Château Paradis Casseuil Blanc

The vintage
The unusually mild winter facilitates a rapid warming of the soils and an early bud break, similar to the conditions in 2019, with a lead of 10 days compared to the average. The abundant rain in April has caused some soils to become waterlogged, leading to root asphyxiation issues and growth slowdown. Despite cooler temperatures in June, the vine maintains its lead.
The absence of rain in summer results in limited growth of the berries and significant water stress from July onwards. Veraison is slow but steady. Grape maturation takes place under optimal conditions : high temperatures, long sunny days and cooler nights.
Sauvignon blanc : 80%
Sémillon : 20%

The 2023 vintage is characterized by its brilliance. It unveils a charming refreshing bouquet. It is a straight wine with a lot of volume on the palate. The grape varieties are vinified together, allowing the creation of a complex and balanced wine. The wine has subtle woodiness, giving it a broader mid-palate. It is ready to be enjoyed now.