What could be better with some Foie Gras than a good glass of Sauternes? This example certainly delivers and at a very sensible price. Dont put it away after the foie - ideal for pudding and not half bad with a bit of blue cheese.
Chateau Suduiraut dates back to the 15th Century and covers 200 hectares of land in the village of Preignac, 92 of which are planted with vines. Château Suduiraut released this wine for the first time with the 2009 vintage, aiming to breathe new life into the Sauternes category with the launch of a new sweet wine aimed at younger drinkers. It is a classic Sauternes produced from hand-picked grapes affected by noble rot, but is also fresher, fruitier and more vibrant than its traditional counterparts.
Tasting notes: Honey, nuts and a peach liqueur aroma, moving to sweet, spicy pineapple and peach notes on the palate.
Vinification takes place in French oak barrels. The wine is aged on its lees in 50% new, French oak barrels for 18-24 months, depending on the character of the vintage.
Drink over the next 2-3 years.
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