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Château Suduiraut 2011

Bordeaux - Sauternes - White - 13.5° Château Suduiraut Château Suduiraut 2011 1086/11
  • Parker : 93
  • J. Robinson : 16,5
Château Suduiraut is a perfect example of 18th century architecture: noble, stately, and full of light. The château is surrounded by magnificent gardens designed by Le Nôtre, which make the estate even more attractive. The soil is composed of sandy-clay and gravel. Suduiraut is located in the commune of Preignac in the heart of the Ciron valley. The Château's privileged position fosters, from the month of September onwards, the growth of botrytis cinerea (the famous "noble rot") on the grapes. These are picked one by one in several waves. After the grapes have been pressed, the must is fermented in oak barrels for 18 to 24 months before bottling

Wine Advocate-Parker :
Tasted blind at the Sauternes 2011 horizontal tasting. The Château Suduiraut 2011 has a muffled nose at first: dried honey and quince, wet wool and marzipan scents that gradually open up with aeration. Coming back after 10 minutes there is a heartwarming gingerbread note. The palate is viscous on the entry and full of tension. There is a keen line of acidity here, quite linear at first, but it fans out nicely toward the finish and offers notes of honey, mandarin and even a touch of rhubarb! This is a class act, a Sauternes that does not need to shout about its inherent qualities.
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Millesima offers Chateau Suduiraut, purchased exclusively from their producing estates. In stock in our cellars in Bordeaux in their original case from the Château or Estate.

Château Suduiraut is a perfect example of 18th century architecture: noble, stately, and full of light. The château is surrounded by magnificent gardens designed by Le Nôtre, which make the estate even more attractive. The soil is composed of sandy-clay and gravel. Suduiraut is located in the commune of Preignac in the heart of the Ciron valley. The Château's privileged position fosters, from the month of September onwards, the growth of botrytis cinerea (the famous "noble rot") on the grapes. These are picked one by one in several waves. After the grapes have been pressed, the must is fermented in oak barrels for 18 to 24 months before bottling

Wine Advocate-Parker :
Tasted blind at the Sauternes 2011 horizontal tasting. The Château Suduiraut 2011 has a muffled nose at first: dried honey and quince, wet wool and marzipan scents that gradually open up with aeration. Coming back after 10 minutes there is a heartwarming gingerbread note. The palate is viscous on the entry and full of tension. There is a keen line of acidity here, quite linear at first, but it fans out nicely toward the finish and offers notes of honey, mandarin and even a touch of rhubarb! This is a class act, a Sauternes that does not need to shout about its inherent qualities.
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