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Per Bottle: $49.99
Per case of 6: $299.94
Producer: Yvon Mau Grand Crus
Vintage: 2016
Production Area: Pessac-Léognan, Bordeaux. Soil : Clay-limestone and fine gravel over a claylimestone subsoil. Plot-by-plot management with integrated drainage system. Average yield for the 2nd wine in 2016: 49 hl/ha / 10 000 bouteilles. Average age of the vines : 20 years old.
Type: White Table Wine
Alcohol: 13%


THE STORY OF OUR SECOND WINE « LE COLOMBIER » -- “Le Colombier de Brown” refers to a beautiful stone dovecote set in the grounds facing the house – a sign of wealth back in feudal times. This “Colombier” (“dovecote” in english) was built in the eighteenth and its presence is the witness of the age and quality of the Château Brown vineyard. We have given this name to our second wine in memory of this prestigious past. THE LITTLE BROTHER OF CHATEAU BROWN -- The second wine is the reflection of Brown terroir and enjoys the same lavish care as the Grand Vin. The plots of vines are selected to make a fruitier, lighter, easy-drinking wine made to be enjoyed younger. Elegant and well structured, it can be enjoyed right away.


Bright yellow appearance.

Grape Varieties

Grape %
Semillon 84
Sauvignon Blanc 16


Complex aromas of citrus zest, Williams pear, sweet vanilla and a fresh spiced note of cardamom.


The finish demonstrates the lovely ripeness of this vintage, offering well-blended oaky aromas and a surprisingly refreshing finish.

Cellaring Potential

5 - 10 years.

Food Matching

Cooked fish, thanks to its very sweet, powerful and fleshy mouthfeel.


Harvest period: From 8th to 26th of September 2016. Bottling date: 31th of August 2017. Harvesting: 100% manual, with sorting in the vineyard and transportation in small cases to avoid any risk of oxidation. Vinification : Light pressing for the grapes, in inert conditions (horizontal pneumatic press). Cold must settling (8°C) in small regulated stainless steel vats. Alcoholic fermentation at 16.5° in barrels (used once previously)


Over fine lees, with stirring (twice weekly), during 8 months. French oak barrels with mild toast.