We tasted this blind with a few other white wines from Bordeaux, and it was a decisive winner. This was unique, more serious than the others with more of a sense of place and a bracing minerality. Come to find out this is the family project of Pierre Lurton, the General Manager for Chateau d'Yquem and Cheval Blanc. A Gorgeous, energetic blend of 40% Sauvignon Blanc, 35% percent Semillon, 20% Sauvignon Gris, 5% Muscadelle grown on clay and limestone. Fermentation is all in temperature-controlled concrete to preserve the freshness of the wine. Crisp apple, pear, lemon, and lime zest, with a touch of minerals, spice, and straw; The palate is focused with refreshing acidity, balanced, and finishing on an easy-going, fruitful note. Chateau Marjosse Blanc is a great summer quaffer and easy drinker that doesn't require brain-racking to enjoy but still has the details to keep one engaged.