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Château Talbot is a winery in the Saint-Julien appellation of the Bordeaux region of France. It was classified as one of ten Quatrièmes Crus Classés (Fourth Growths) in the Bordeaux Wine Official Classification of 1855. The Estate used to be the property of Sir John Talbot, Governor of Aquitaine in the 15th century. From 1917, the propery belonged to Désiré Cordier, one of the most important merchant of wine in the Boreaux place. He extended the reputation of Talbot during almost 80 years at the head of the estate. It is his son, Georges Cordier who has decided the first to replant white vineyards in Médoc and created by this way the “Caillou Blanc” with the aim of producing an excellent white wine in Talbot lands.
More and more, the technical choices adopted by the owners have made of Caillou Blanc one of the best white wines in Médoc. Indeed, during a winetesting in 2013 by Denis Dubourdieu for the DUAD, this growth was classified as second over eight wines.
Today, Caillou Blanc changes his labelling and capsulling in order to reflect the best the greatness of this white wine.