Barsac is an appellation of Sauternes south of Bordeaux. There are sweet white wines close to Sauternes, composed of grape varieties such as Semillion, Muscadelle and Sauvignon. The manufacture of Barsac wines, as for Sauternes, occurs thanks to the noble rot “of the grapes, so that they are candied and that we find this sweet and syrupy ... The wines of Barsac are known to be fresh and fruity but also creamy and rich.
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- Barsac - Bordeaux - Sweet wine
The Château Coutet vintage 2011, is a 1st classified Cru of the Barsac appellation in the Bordeaux region, it is a great Bordeaux white wine. Certainly one of the best white wines we have offered at 12Bottles. It is an excellent wine, praised by critics, it received a 93 from Famous Robert Parker, a 97 from Wine Spectator magazine and a 17.5 / 20 from...18/20Wine Advocate 93Wine Spectator 97J. Robinson 17J. Suckling 93