Chateau Beauregard Ducasse Blanc is a white wine made by Albert Perromat with the Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon varieties from his own vineyards located in the AOC Graves, Bordeaux, France.
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In Graves there are white wines of great tradition, normally made with these two varieties that are also typical of the Sauternes. They give rise to fresh wines but with a certain substance typical of austere gravel soils. It's called """" Graves """" for a reason. This wine is traditionally vinified, at a regulated temperature, and is aged on its fine lees for eight months, in steel, to preserve the varietal aromas of the Sauvignon Blanc. Try it with salads or a scorpion cake.