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  1. L'Abeille de Fieuzal Blanc - © Seán Gilley 2013

    This classic Bordeaux Blanc is marked by youthful notes of citrus that evolve into toasted hazelnuts over time. A well-structured base of Sauvignon Blanc provides precision at release, while Sémillon adds a supple beeswax texture, elevated by spring floral tones. A fine special occasion wine, perfect for seafood risotto, poultry and oranges with herbs or lightly aging cheeses. This rich Bordeaux Blanc was produced in the classic method, in barrique with regular bâtonnage or stirring up of spent lees.

    750ml bottle


  2. Château de Fieuzal Blanc -  © Seán Gilley 2013

    "A big, fruity wine that manages to balance its ripe tropical-fruit flavours with notes of spice and grapefruit. It has weight and is still settling down. Concentrated and intense.

    750ml bottle


  3. Doisy-Daëne 1975

    Like many distinguished, elderly Sauternes it has shed some of its richness but still packs a punch in both content and intensity. There is more today of the caramel and dried fruit side than those marmalade notes more typical of younger Sauternes/ Barsacs. It tastes exquisite on its own, and would make a very fine match with well chosen, not too sweet puddings, or perhaps best simply with some dried fruit.


  4. Château Coutet

    Light golden colour. Delicate nose. Soft and gentle,ripe and fruity on the palate. This is balanced,elegant and long. Still enjoyable. Fragrant and honeyed at the end. Glorious......

    750ml bottle


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  5. Château Guiraud - 1er Cru Classé Sauternes

    A peaceful harvest in ideal conditions trie after trie. A lot of purity, a botrytis less active than in 1986.
    Intense nose, fresh, full bodied. Aromas reminding over ripe grapes, vanilla, pineapple, coconut, mango, guava, spices, orange, honey, acacia. In mouth, it is very concentrated, well balanced, round, fleshy, fat.
    The finish is long, long, long…ready to drink now but also with a good ageing potential.

    750ml bottle


  6. Château d'Yquem - Sauternes 1957

    Glorious copper,mahogany colour. Sweet, gentle nose, but complex showing creme brulee, figs. Medium bodied on the palate, no obvious botrytis, sweet on initial entry with figs, caramel and a note of custard.

    750ml bottle


  7. Château d'Yquem - Sauternes 1959

    Classic, exciting Yquem. Silky, creamy and round, yet armed with plenty of intense botrytized flavours--dried apricot, raisin, dried fig. Full-bodied, with caramel and butterscotch complexity, it ends on a very intense finish. -- Wine Spectator, May 15, 1999

    750ml bottle


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