According to Wine Enthusiast - "A very attractive wine that has ripe yellow fruits that are cut by acidity and citrus flavors. The texture is soft, rounded and lightly creamy. It’s can age a few months, so wait until the end of 2014."
"The vineyard Chateau Ducasse; is located in the north of the Graves region, in Mazere graves near Langon. This vineyard has a long family tradition dating back to 1850. Marie-Laure and Jacques Perromat are the sixth generation of wine producers. Our Graves vineyard region consists of 9 hectares of land. The soil is unique in France, primarily located on gravely terraces with a limestone sub-soil. The sub-soil combines with clay, limestone and iron to add to the richness of the soil."
"The sun’s rays progressively redistribute their warmth over the gravely soil contributing to a better ripening of the grapes producing 60% Sauvignon and 40% Semillon. The age of vines is 20 years old. Grapefruit and Flint stone notes on the nose. Bright fruit notes (grapefruit-melon) on the palate supported by a nice alcoholic and mineral frame. Clean acidic and lightly salty finish. Perfect sea food wine." 12.5% ABV.