Cadillac is an appellation of sweet wine located in Entre-Deux-Mers south of Bordeaux. Previously, the wines of this region belonged to the appellation Premières Côtes de Bordeaux. It was in 1973 that Cadillac became a proper name. It now has an area of 128 hectares of vineyards. Cadillac wines have aromas such as apricot, citrus, vanilla and honey. They are lively and fresh wines.
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- Cadillac - Bordeaux - Sweet wine
For this sweet wine, based on Sémillon and Sauvignon Gris, we prefer aromatic freshness rather than sweetness and concentration. Clos Saint Anne 2007 Liquoreux is not like a Sauternes. We find here a wine less rich, fresher but equally balanced. At 12bouteilles, we love Clos Saint Anne 2007 because it is proposed to you in bottle of 50cl, which makes it...16/20