Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc

Grapes are handpicked and harvested and go for the vinification and maturation processes.

Fermentation happens in oak barrels with a controlled temperature of 20-22° with slow pressing and requires cooling to avoid forming of tartrate crystals in the wine.

Chateau Malartic Lagraviere - Malartic Blanc
Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc

Malartic Blanc shows a light yellow color with lively aromas of creamy oak, passion fruit and gooseberries followed by a white peach note.

This stocky, powerful wine gives out ripe peaches, pomelo, apricot and mangosteen flavors with a long finish.

Information about Malartic Blanc

Brand name: Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc
Wine name: Malartic Blanc
Country: France
Region: Bordeaux
Appellation: Pessac – Leognan
Website: Château Malartic Lagraviere

About the harvest

Weather: Cold, wet winter followed by warm, dry spring until the end of July
Harvest: Handpicking – sustainable farming and high value environmental certification
Soil: Well drained gravels, clay gravels
Oenologist Consultants: Michael Rolland

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Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2015

Tasting Notes

Tint: Light yellow
Aroma: Creamy oak, passion fruit and gooseberries
Flavour: Stocky, powerful flavor of ripe peaches, pomelo, apricot and mangosteen
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Shellfish, sashimi, sushi, all types of seafood, chicken, veal and cheese
Grapes: 80% Sauvignon, 20% Semillon
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
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Chateau Malartic Lagraviere - Malartic Blanc

Award

JAMES SUCKLING, Recognition won: 95 – 96 pts.

WINE SPECTATOR, Recognition won: 91 – 94 pts.

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Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2014

Tasting Notes

Tint: Light yellow
Aroma: Grassy
Flavour: Stocky, powerful flavor of ripe peaches, pomelo, apricot and mangosteen
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Octopus drizzled with lime, crepes and caramel cream, Roquefort cheese
Acidity: Good
Alcohol %: 13 – 14.5%
Grapes: 90% Sauvignon, 10% Semillon
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
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Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2014

Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2013

Tasting Notes

Tint: Light yellow
Aroma: Honeyed and caramelized citrus and honeysuckle
Flavour: Citrus and stone fruits
Alcohol %: 13 – 14.5%
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Smoked fish, baked salmon or any strongly flavored, salty or briny fish dishes
Grapes: 75% Sauvignon, 25% Semillon
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
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Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2013

Award

WINE ENTHUSIAST, Recognition won: 95 pts.

WINE SPECTATOR, Recognition won: 90 pts.

DECANTER, Recognition won: 91 pts.

Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2012

Tasting Notes

Tint: Light yellow
Aroma: Muted apple and lime
Flavour: Ripe peaches, pomelo and mangosteen
Alcohol %: 13 – 14.5%
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Beef, lamb, game, poultry
Grapes: 75% Sauvignon, 25% Semillon
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
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Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2012

Award

WINE ENTHUSIAST, Recognition won: 95 pts.

WINE SPECTATOR, Recognition won: 90 pts.

STEPHEN BROOK DECANTER, Recognition won: 91 pts.

ANTONY HOWARD DECANTER, Recognition won: Highly recommended

STEVEN SPURRIER DECANTER, Recognition won: Highly recommended

Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2011

Tasting Notes

Tint: Light yellow
Aroma: Peaches, exotic fruit and white flowers
Flavour: Full-bodied, rich and well defined
Alcohol %: 13 – 14.5%
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Beef, lamb, game, poultry
Grapes: 80% Sauvignon, 20% Semillon
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
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Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2011

Award

JAMES SUCKLING, Recognition won: 94 pts.

STEVEN SPURRIER DECANTER, Recognition won: Quoted in the top whites

JAMES MOLESWORTH WINE SPECTATOR, Recognition won: 91 – 94 pts.

Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2010

Tasting Notes

Tint: Clear, bright yellow with green glints
Aroma: Citrus fruits, white pepper with floral notes
Flavour: Clean, lively, intense fruit dominated by citrus and white fruit
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Beef, lamb, game, poultry
Grapes: 85% Sauvignon, 15% Semillon
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
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Chateau Malartic Lagraviere - Malartic Blanc 2010

Award

JAMES SUCKLING, Recognition won: 94 pts.

JAMES MOLESWORTH WINE SPECTATOR, Recognition won: 90 pts.

Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2009

Tasting Notes

Tint: Limpid light yellow
Aroma: Citrus, mango, bananas and orchard fruit
Flavour: Soft, mellow, very rich and full-bodied
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Meaty and oily fish
Grapes: 80% Sauvignon, 20% Semillon
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
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Chateau Malartic Lagraviere - Malartic Blanc 2009

Award

IAN D’ AGATA DECANTER, Recognition won: 90 pts.

THE WINE ADVOCATE, Recognition won: 95 pts.

NEAL MARTIN – THE WINE JOURNAL, Recognition won: 92 pts.

JAMES MOLESWORTH – WINE SPECTATOR, Recognition won: 91 pts.

DECANTER, Recognition won: 17TH among the top 2009 whites

Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2008

Tasting Notes

Tint: Clear, bright, pale yellow with beautiful hints of green
Aroma: White fruit, peaches and pears
Flavour: Sappy, racy with citrus and passion fruit notes
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Meaty and oily fish
Grapes: 80% Sauvignon, 20% Semillon
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
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Chateau Malartic Lagraviere-Malartic Blanc 2008

Award

Gilbert and Gailard International, Recognition won: 94 pts.

JAMES SUCKLING, Recognition won: 91 pts.

Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2007

Tasting Notes

Tint: Beautiful pale golden yellow tinged with green
Aroma: Citrus, white-fleshed fruit with hints of honey and almonds
Flavour: Powerful, lively with good structure and excellent volume.
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Pork, vegetarian, poultry, appetizers and snacks and lean fish
Grapes: 90% Sauvignon, 10% Semillon
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
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Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2006

Award

ROBERT PARKER, Recognition won: 96 pts.

JAMES SUCKLING WINE SPECTATOR, Recognition won: 92 pts.

STEPHEN BROOK DECANTER, Recognition won: 18.5

WINE ENTHUSIAST, Recognition won: Quoted among the Top 100 Cellar Selections

Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2006

Tasting Notes

Tint: Beautiful pale golden yellow tinged with green
Aroma: Citrus, white-fleshed fruit with hints of honey and almonds
Flavour: Powerful, lively with good structure and excellent volume.
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Pork, vegetarian, poultry, appetizers and snacks and lean fish
Grapes: 90% Sauvignon, 10% Semillon
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
Image:

Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2006

Award

STEVEN SPURRIER – DECANTER, Recognition won: 9th among 20 noted wines

ROBERT PARKER – THE WINE ADVOCATE, Recognition won: 94 pts.

Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2005

Tasting Notes

Tint: Beautiful pale golden yellow
Aroma: Elegant, complex and lively with almonds, minerality and flint.
Flavour: Delicate fruitiness and distinguished minerality
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Pork, vegetarian, poultry, appetizers and snacks and lean fish
Grapes: 90% Sauvignon, 10% Semillon
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
Image:

Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2005

Award

THE WINE JOURNAL, Recognition won: 92 pts.

ROBERT PARKER, Recognition won: 92 pts.

WINE ENTHUSIAST, Recognition won: 91 pts.

JAMES SUCKLING WINE SPECTATOR, Recognition won: 90 pts.

Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2004

Tasting Notes

Tint: Beautiful pale golden yellow
Aroma: Voluptuous notes of apricot, truffle, almond, fig and plum
Flavour: Rich, full-bodied, lively
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Pork, vegetarian, poultry, appetizers and snacks and lean fish
Grapes: 85% Sauvignon, 15% Semillon
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
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Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2004

Award

GUIDE GILBERT & GAILLARD, Recognition won: Exceptional wine – 95 pts.

DECANTER, Recognition won: Highly recommended

Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2003

Tasting Notes

Tint: Beautiful pale golden yellow
Aroma: Voluptuous notes of apricot, truffle, almond, fig and plum
Flavour: Rich, full-bodied, lively
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Pork, vegetarian, poultry, appetizers and snacks and lean fish
Grapes: 85% Sauvignon, 15% Semillon
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
Image:

Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2003

Award

GUIDE GILBERT & GAILLARD, Recognition won: 93 pts.

Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2002

Tasting Notes

Tint: Beautiful bright pale golden yellow colour
Aroma: Pure, quite flowery and elegant with notes of spice and toasted nuts
Flavour: Silky, very refined with good volume
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Meaty and oily fish
Grapes: 90% Sauvignon, 10% Semillon
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
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Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2002

Award

LE GUIDE HACHETTE DES VINS, Recognition won: 3 stars

Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2001

Tasting Notes

Tint: Green and flinty
Aroma: Elegant and complex with roasted notes, toasted almonds as well as mint and apricot
Flavour: Smooth, full-bodied and with lingering ripe yellow fruit flavor
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Meaty and oily fish
Grapes: 80% Sauvignon, 20% Semillon
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
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Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2001

Award

THE WINE ADVOCATE, Recognition won: 92 pts.

Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2000

Tasting Notes

Tint: Green and flinty
Aroma: Dominant notes of ripe yellow fruit and honey
Flavour: Mellow and complex with notes of honey, marzipan and bitter almonds
Bottle size: 75 cl
Food pairing: Meaty and oily fish
Grapes: 80% Sauvignon, 20% Semillon
Data Sheet: PDF (Backup)
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Château Malartic Lagraviere – Malartic Blanc 2000

Award

LE GUIDE HACHETTE DES VINS, Recognition won: 1 star

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