Chateau Les Justices

2017 Chateau Les Justices Sauternes

Bordeaux, France
Special Price $46.75 Regular Price $55.00
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A bright, floral, succulently sweet dessert wine with light peach, quince and persimmon notes that glide through the long, creamy finish.

Grape Variety: 88% Sémillon, 8% Sauvignon blanc, 4% Muscadelle


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Chateau Les Justices

Sauternes, Graves, Bordeaux

Julie and Xavier Gonet-Médeville are, in many ways, the first couple of French wines. Both hail from storied winemaking families: Julie’s family is famous for its incomparable Château Gilette, and Xavier comes from a long line of Champagne growers in Le Mesnil. Leading a new generation of winemakers, they bring their family knowledge, methods and passion to the many wines they now make together.In the 1930s, Julie’s grandfather, René de Médeville, was feeling the effects of the economic slump that had hit the whole area, so he built concrete vats to replace costly barrels. After a few years, he observed that the wines were breathing well, maturing more slowly and developing more complex aromas. For more than half a century, the Médevilles have let their Sauternes age for decades in concrete vats. The wines never see the inside of a wooden barrel; they go directly from vat to bottle. Although Gilette was not included in the 1855 classification, its wines can compete with the best.Château Gilette is unique not only in Sauternes but in the world, as wines are aged between 15 and 25 years before release. While Gilette comprises barely nine acres, Château Les Justices is more than 19, just west of the Gironde River in
Preignac. Chateau Les Justice is a tremendous value coming from this world class estate.


  • Grape Variety: 88% Sémillon, 8% Sauvignon blanc, 4% Muscadelle
  • Soil: Sandy soil with rocky, clayey subsoil
  • Farming: Sustainable - Lutte Raisonnée
  • Vineyards & Viticulture: Les Justices is located to the west of the Gironde River. Average vine age 40 years.
  • Harvest & Vinification: The grapes are pressed very gently and fermented in stainless steel vats for one to three months. The wine is then aged 2 years in cement vats an additional 1 year in bottle. No oak casks or barrels are used for either fermentation or maturation.