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The Vinogourmets cellar welcomes you from Tuesday to Sunday to present a large range of 4 “Bordeaux Sauternes”.
Philippe Christian, sommelier in catering, notably with Bernard Loiseau in Saulieu, then manager of a cellar in Paris for 12 years, specializing in great wines and rare vintages. He pays close attention to the choice of “Bordeaux Sauternes Wines” in order to present you with the best price for guaranteed quality.

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yquem 2019 magnum

YQUEM Castle 2019

Cru Classé Sauternes
Grapes 80% Sémillon 20% Sauvignon Blanc

Details Domain
It is in 1596 that Jacques Sauvage, a notable, is granted the rights of simple tenure of Yquem. The Sauvage family undertakes the construction of the castle and begins the selection of parcels of the vineyard. In 1711 the family is then ennobled under the reign of Louis XIV and becomes the happy owner of right of the castle of Yquem. A few years later the heiress of the Sauvage family, Francoise Joséphine marries Count Louis Amédée de Lur Saluces who unfortunately will die of a 3 horse fall years later in 1788. Francoise Joséphine then takes responsibility for the whole area. With a master hand it is she who elaborates the creation of the cellars and which transforms the domain into a real wine company. His work is rewarded in 1855 by raising the estate to the rank of superior premier cru. Since the estate is still in the hands of the descendants of the Lur Saluces family and after a few difficult years in the 70 years, Alexandre Lur Saluces, supported by the LVMH group (Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy), perpetuates the name of Yquem admirably and preserves a heritage of more than four centuries.
Bernard Arnault - LVMH Group and Director Count Alexandre de Lur Saluces
Manual harvesting of berries with Botrytis-Cinerea (noble rot) of minimal richness 20 ° potential alcohol. The harvest is carried out grain by grain by successive "tries" (on average, 6 tries spread over 6 weeks). Fermentation and aging in new oak barrels. No chaptalisation. Aging during 3,5 years before bottling.
Graves, sands, clays, permeable limestone
103 hectares in production.
Production capacity
Between 60 000 and 120 000 bottles by vintage. On average (over 20 years), 8 hectoliters per hectare (one glass per vine).
Admired worldwide since the 18th century, Château d'Yquem remains the largest of the great liqueurs of Bordeaux. Its refinement, the exquisite perfection of its balance and its power have no equivalent. The excellence of this premier cru classé is undoubtedly due to the draconian selections practiced and to a unique breeding

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820,00 €

Located in the heart of the appellation Sauternes ,  White Tower Castle owns a vineyard with an area of ​​40 hectares in the commune of Bommes.
On a gravelly soil with clay-limestone subsoil, the vines are planted with 83% Semillon, the rest Sauvignon and Muscadelle.
La Tour Blanche wine is known for its very present residual sugars, due to the action of the Botrytis cinerea fungus.

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77,00 €

Château RIEUSSEC 2019 Sauternes Classified Growth
Grapes : Semillon 89%, Sauvignon blanc 9%, Muscadelle 2%

Second Wine The Carmelites of Rieussec 

Details Domain
In the 1790th century, the Domaine de Rieussec belonged to the Carmelite monks of Langon. The confiscation of the Estate during the Revolution led around XNUMX to its sale as “National Property” to Mr. Marheilhac, owner at the time of Château La Louvière in Léognan.

In the 1855 classification, Mr. Mayne is the owner. The quality of the Rieussec terroir is recognized there as a Premier Cru Classé of Sauternes and Barsac. From this date, the history of Rieussec is strewn with changes of owners: Charles Crepin (around 1870), Paul Defolie (1892), M. Bannil (1907), then the Gasqueton family (owner of Château Calon-Ségur in Saint Estèphe), PF Berry during the war (American citizen brother-in-law of the Vicomte de Bouzet), M. Balaresque (1957) and finally, Albert Vuillier (1971), passionate lover of “sweet wines” from Sauternes.

Château Rieussec was acquired by Domaines Barons de Rothschild (Lafite) in 1984, the estate then comprised 110 ha, including 68 ha of vines. To better express the potential of Château Rieussec, rigorous measures are put in place with, among other things, more meticulous sorting of grains and fermentation in barrels which allows a much finer selection during the assembly of the great wine.

A new cellar was built to extend the period of aging in barrels from the 1989 vintage. The quantity of great wine was considerably reduced in the 90s by a more rigorous selection, the year 1993 even saw the absence of great wine. lack of quality.

From the year 2000, the renovation of the aging cellars, the construction of a fermentation cellar and the technological development of the reception and pressing room also make an additional contribution to the permanent quality effort carried out since 1985. .
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125,00 €
the justices sauternes 2017 75 cl


Grapes 85% Semilon 10% Sauvignon 5% Muscadelle

Château Les Justices is an 8,5 hectare property located in Preignac in the heart of Sauternes on a clay-limestone terroir with a rocky subsoil. The vines have an average age of 40 years. The harvest, depending on the whims of the Botrytis Cinerea, is done by successive sorting, and the wine is then vinified in vats.

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36,00 €
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