Château La Bastide Blanc, AOC Cotes du Marmandais
The Château La Bastide was built during the Hundred Year’s War in 1472 and used as a refuge for the residents of neighboring villages. The Château is located on the highest point in the village of Cocumont, it was destroyed by a fire in 1721. Rebuilt, it was used as seigneurial residence until the Revolution. The Lafitte family became owner in 1943 with only 5 hectares of land. In 1962 , it is the second Lafitte generation who took over the property with 12 hectares including 6 of vines.
A pale yellow color with golden reflections. The fine nose expresses pleasant notes of exotic fruits married to discrete woody nuances. The palate is similarly fruity, smooth and silky with a slight perfectly integrated with all grilled. Persistent wine, flattering balance to accompany a pike.