The Tasting Pass is essential to discover and taste the quality and diversity of Bordeaux and New Aquitaine wines. Take advantage of the exceptional price of €16 from March 10th to June 7th (instead of €21).
8 Appellations, 8 interpretations of sweetness. It’s time to let you in on the secrets of the sweet and fruity white wines of Bordeaux. Born in the heart of a terroir that is unique in the world, exalted by ancestral skills, sweet Bordeaux wines are above all a human adventure, the endeavor of valiant men and women. Discover the story of these fabulous glimmering gold wines, with their opulent, complex aromas and richly enveloping palates. Wines that are sensual, ethereal and voluptuous for all occasions and all tastes.
The sweet and fruity white wines of Bordeaux
8 Appellations, 8 interpretations of sweetness :
- Premières Côtes de Bordeaux
- Bordeaux supérieur
- Bordeaux moelleux
For centuries, the exceptional location and microclimate south of Bordeaux along the Garonne have allowed châteaux to enjoy the best conditions to produce rare and unique wines.
8 separate AOC's united by the same ambition: to produce wines of great quality and offer a wide range accessible to all.
The secret? A unique white wine made from Sémillon, Sauvignon Blanc and Muscadelle enhanced by Botrytis, in a very special terroir, producing wines that are complex on the palate with unique fruit flavors to share and accompany your moments of pleasure.
They are wonderful with spicy Chinese foods. Multiple matchings are possible, it is a sensual expérience for the taste-buds.
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The sweet white wines from Bordeaux all share one feature: an expertly crafted balance between freshness and sweetness. At the same time, each appellation has its own aromatic and gustatory identity which defines it: mineral, floral, citrus fruits, caramelised fruits… All these appellations are located in the same area, but they have different soils, topologies and mesoclimates. At their epicentre is the Ciron river and its microclimate, which creates botrytis cinerea: the famous ‘noble rot’ which gives grapes a unique concentration of sugar and aromas.