The dry white wines of Bordeaux are much less famous than their red counterparts but should not be overlooked.
Increasingly, the region offers great-value alternatives to New World Sauvignon Blanc, as well as high-quality wines capable of competing with premium whites from Burgundy.
Graves remains a key region for top wines, but areas such as Fronsac, and the dry whites from sweet wine producers in Sauternes and Barsac, are also worth looking out for.
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