Bordeaux is one of the great wine regions of the world; it is known most for its reds which are some of the most expensive in the world.
Bordeaux whites are generally made from Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon or a blend of both and come in two styles; crisp, fresh and modern or savoury and substantial.
This Laithwaites White Bordeaux is very much in the modern style - think zingy kiwi Sauvignon.
It is also, like so many Laithwaites wines, rather underwhelming yet overpriced for the quality.
It's not a bad wine, just somewhat half-hearted and mediocre. It adheres to Rory Sutherland's definition of a brand as being "a guarantee of non-crapness". It's typical and not unpleasant, that's about as much as you can say about it.
So who is this wine suitable for? If you don't mind paying a premium for a brand you've heard of and a wine that is not terrible, then it could be your thing.
It shows better when well-chilled.
Laithwaites Sauvignon Blanc 2019 Bordeaux (£11.99) expressive herbaceous aromatics and blossom with grapefruit, citrus, green apple and white stone fruit; high acidity, light bodied, short finish.