L'Ecuyer de Bastor-Lamontagne

 SECOND WINE OF CHATEAU BASTOR-LAMONTAGNE, "L'Ecuyer de Bastor-Lamontagne" comes from the same terroir as its elder brother. It comes from the youngest vines and from first selections which give wines that are fruitier and less complex than the next ones.

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Points de distinctions

L’avis de notre expert

The Ecuyer 2016, an organic and gourmet wine!

"We put as much heart and desire into preparing this second wine as its elder, the Bastor. L'Ecuyer is a 100% Semillon wine which gives it rich and very pleasant aromas".

Margaux Reeder

Vintage 2016

The relatively mild and very wet start to the year allowed us to have an early budburst; the spring and early summer were also very wet, putting our stress level at its maximum regarding the smooth running of this 2016 vintage. But the end of the summer, like the Indian summer that followed, was very dry and very hot, and finally allowed the vines to reach the water stress necessary for the good aromatic maturity of the grapes. waiting and we only started harvesting late. The noble rot then developed easily and regularly allowing a smooth harvest and the picking of a young and fresh botrytis.

Deep straw yellow colour

Complex, open, expressive nose. Notes of citrus zest, spicy (ginger, clove), fresh clementine. Slightly brioche.

Very ample attack on the palate with a nice substance and a nice fatness. Well-balanced with a very round wine. Greedy aromatic notes (brioche, yellow fruits). Fresh and spicy finish (white pepper) with a long finish.



Echelle de degustation


Comment le servir ?


Tandoori Chicken


Blue-veined cheeses (e.g. Roquefort)


Salmon tartar with citrus fruits


Vegetable Tian with spices


Fruit salad marinated in citrus fruit juice

L'Ecuyer de Bastor-Lamontagne

100% Sémillon

Appellation :
AOP Sauternes
Centilisation :
75 cl
Degré d'alcool :
13.5 %
Millésime :
Garde :
10 - 15 years
L'Ecuyer de Bastor-Lamontagne

Le Château

Often described as "modern Sauternes", Château Bastor-Lamontagne favours freshness and harmony. Less concentrated than some of its peers, it is a "relaxed" Sauternes as an aperitif and at the beginning of a meal, which retains all its capacity for ageing thanks to its beautiful freshness.