This Late Harvest Riesling has an intense wheat-yellow colour. Its
aromas are complex, dominated by mature fruit such as papaya,
canned peaches, quince, with ginger notes, and mixed with a subtle
floral background and a refreshing minerality, due to its origins.
Food pairing suggestions: Ideal to accompany mature cheeses, blue cheese, desserts and fruit.
Round and well balanced, this Grand Cru has a very interesting copper colour with hints of tobacco. The smell is rich and delicately spicy with aromas of crystallized fruits and honey in the mouth.
The combinations are many, you can drink chilled as an aperitif or with meat dishes cooked with red berries. It is also ideal with cheeses.
Classified in the family of sweets, the Château Pontac is of great finesse
in the mouth, well concentrated, lively, fresh and of a smooth creaminess.
Nice nose of honey and a trail of yellow peach, fruit from
the orchard. A fruity, soft palate, the evolution of a body slightly
sweet and fruity, with notes of flowers and pollen.
Perfect as an aperitif with some savory biscuits, toast of foie gras or Roquefort,
or cheese cubes of the Gruyère type, it will also accompany
poultry, white meats, cheeses (parsley, Livarot, Munster ...)
and desserts made from fruits (tarts, mousses, salads ...).
Château Suduiraut is designed for all those who enjoy sensory and emotional experiences that are both rich and full of surprises and leave a lasting memory. With an extensive life-span, it powerfully and harmoniously combines fruit and floral aromas with roasted and candied notes.
Very attractive, fresh and lively, the nose offers a gentle caress
of exotic flavours and mixed with beautiful notes of luscious citrus
fruits. Gros Manseng grape harvest is a feminine wine with smooth
and balanced palate with a parade of delicacies that swirl with
flavours of lychees, peaches, apricots. An exercise in style that
will delight you as an aperitif.
Intense robe, yellow or with glints of green, turning to antique gold
with hints of amber. Intense and complex nose, aromas of flowers,
white fruits, candied citrus fruits and exotic fruits in the early years,
which after 5 to 10 years evolve into hints of precious wood, dried
or candied fruit, honey and roasted almonds, generally marked by
strong minerality. Later on they will also offer hints of waxy gentian.
Powerful opulence on the palate with a strong fat richness, giving
these very sweet wines exemplary balance between mellowness
Clear amber with golden touch notes. Intense flavours of honey, nuts and chestnuts. Creamy and silky on the palate with long lasting rich flavours. Ideal combination for pastries as well as seasoned cheeses.
The wine is a golden yellow colour with amber reflections, the fragrance is typically of honey and nuts. It is warm on the palate, intense, distinctly sweet but held together by a nice acidity.
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