Growing Conditions

For several decades, this wine has been made mostly from old Sémillon vines originally intended for the production of AOC Barsac-Sauternes great wines. 35 years average vine age grown on clay silt & limestone soils on fissured rock subsoil. HVE (Haute Valeur Environnementale) certified growing practices.


White wines were often picked in fine weather in early September after a warm August, and are fresh yet intense, the best attractive in quality. -Andrew Jefford, Wine Scholar Guild


Bottled unfiltered


Vinification and aging in stainless steel for 5 months


Intense lime and gooseberry fruit aromas with savory and appetizing herbal edge.


Medium bodied frame, passion fruit and lemon/ lime fruit flavors are followed by stony minerality and a clean finish. The racy acidity, low 12% abv, dry palate, and unoaked style keeps the wine ultra-refreshing and versatile.


Pale straw

Food Pairing

Château Ducasse is best served as an aperitif or paired with seafood, fish, oysters, spicy or Asian dishes.