Tasting notes: The wine has a dried pineapple, Aszu-scented bouquet that gains intensity with aeration..The palate is medium-bodied with decent botrytised fruit, fresh and crisp with notes of bitter orange, honey and mandarin, quite saline on the edgy finish.
About the winery: The team at Chateau Suduiraut has one goal that they strive to achieve: "to make one of the world's truly great wines." With a history dating back to the 17th century and boasting gardens designed by Le Notre, the Chateau was classified as a First Growth in 1855. Today, Chateau Suduiraut's vineyards stretch over 92 hectares and are planted with 90% Semillon and 10% Sauvignon Blanc. The sand-gravel soil and its location within the appellation lake the Chateau's vineyards the ideal environment for The Noble Rot- resulting in wines that have a harmonious combination of luscious fruit and flower aromas.