91-92pts, James Suckling
Dense and layered with dried-apple, stone and mineral character. Medium body and a crisp finish.

    Bordeaux Blend
    Pessac-Léognan, Graves
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Château Baret is one of those hidden gems that only the stealthiest of Bordeaux Blanc fanatics have discovered. While it has been in the Ballande family for over two centuries, they’ve been cranking out stellar wines with the help of Denis Dubourdieu, a consultant and well-known professor of the University of Bordeaux. Though Dubourdieu unfortunately passed away in 2016, his keen abilities live on through the talents of one of his team members, Christophe Ollivier.

Minerality, zestiness, and all sorts of refreshment and layers are what is happening in the glass. Gooseberries, papayas, elderflowers, lemon curd and a bit of lemon zest. A touch of grass, wet stones and perhaps even a dash of pineapple. It exudes refreshment and the utter loveliness of Bordeaux Blanc. Bright yet rounded by the addition of Sémillon, there’s vibrant acidity with tons of flavor that leads to a layered, savory finish.

$120 a 6-pack delivered! You gotta have this, seriously. We know you have lots of wines to choose from, but this Bordeaux Blanc is certainly a can’t miss.


Notes of gooseberries, papayas, elderflowers, lemon curd and lemon zest with hints of grass, wet stones and pineapple. Refreshingly bright yet rounded by the addition of Sémillon, there’s vibrant acidity with tons of flavor that leads to a layered, savory finish.


Château Baret is an up-and-coming wine property in the Graves sub-appellation, owned by the Borie-Manoux negociant company. Borie-Manoux itself is one of Bordeaux's oldest merchant houses and belongs to the Castéjà family, who are also proprietors of the celebrated Pauillax Classified growth Chateau Haut-Batailley.

Formerly the property of the Lords of Baret, the Ballande family, Bordeaux traders and ship-owners, acquire the property in 1867. Following fire damage in the early twentieth century, the Château’s extension building work is carried out. During the last twenty years, the vineyard, the vat room and the cellars have been fully rehabilitated and refurbished.

The coolest clay-limestone and clay-gravel soils, are reserved for whites, which they are best known for.