The Chateau Laribotte Sauternes is a fortified wine made by Château Laribotte from Sauternes of the best of sauvignon blanc, sémillon, muscat and muscadelle grapes. Uvinum users reviewed this fortified wine with 4 of 5 points.
BODEGA: S. C. E. A Lahiteau & Fils
With a natural vintage is fermented at controlled temperature of 20 ° C, without racking unless they are really necessary. Aged for 2 years in cement tanks and one year in French oak barrels.
Varieties: Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc and Muscat
Pairing: poultry, meats, foie gras, cheese”
“TASTING NOTES OF Chateau Laribotte Sauternes 375ml 2009:
- View: gold, amber, bright, clear and good coat trim.
- Nose: elegant scent, candied fruit, roasted, sweet fruit (apricot, pineapple) and honey at the end of the olfactory tasting.
- Mouth: a mild flavor, wide and unctuous attack, good balance, candied fruit flavors. Elegant finish for its finesse, taste of candied fruit and almonds.
GRAPES: Semillon, Sauvignon Blanc, Muscadelle.
PAIRING: foie gras, or goose pate, avocado with seafood, cheeses (Roquefort, Camembert) served with quince.
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 13.5%”
“Alcohol: 13, 5
Contents: 0, 75 l
Full-bodied wine with hints of pear, peach, apple and a final citrus which make it extremely pleasant and not cloying. The combination with herbal and / or hard cheese is the most classic. Also great on its own as a meditation. Serve at a temperature of 12 ° C”
“Varieties: 90% Semillon, Sauvignon 8%, 2% Muscat. Bright golden color. It has an elegant scent reminiscent of candied fruit and sweet fruit. Candied fruit and almond prellonga mouth. Graduation: 13: 5% vol.”