In the wake of Libourne, Bergerac wines are the closest cousin of Bordeaux. Situated a few dozen kilometers from Saint Emilion, they share the same valley, the same grape varieties ... Indeed, it is difficult during bling testing to distinguish a Bergerac from a Bordeaux. Well vinified, the Whites give expressions of Sauvignon and Semillon far better than the average Bordeaux.
Ratings and notes: RP= Robert Parker from The Wine Advocate journal / WE = Wine Enthusiast / WS = Wine Spectator magazine / DEC = Decanter / NM = Neil Martin
GH = Guide Hachette ( 1 Star = excelent wine / 2 stars = Outstanding / 3 stars = Exceptionnal ) / Gold, silver and Bronze medals from various competittions