Situated in Graves, the most prestigious appellation in Bordeaux for dry white wines, the Lesgourgues family resurrected Château Haut Selve which had been abandoned for over 100 years since the time phylloxera struck the region. Working with a team, the family designed the landscaping, installed trellises, planted vines, and constructed a new winery in the mid-1990’s. This wine offers an intense nose of white flowers, honeysuckle aromas with an elegant toastiness. The mouth is medium-bodied, complex and well rounded with balanced acidity, ripe stone fruit notes with a kiss of vanilla and on a long finish. This is the perfect choice for when you can’t decide between a Sancerre and a White Burgundy. Perfect pairing for stronger fish seafood dishes like mackerel or eel or even a simple roast chicken and root vegetables.