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Turmeric color. Nose: peach, pineapple, roses. Chalky texture, in a bad way. Different - pineapple, cookie, flowers, almost spicy. Medium+ sweetnes... Read more
This producer always seems to be right on top of things. Great quality, and you can't beat the price. Read more
Attractive aromas and flavors of sliced apple, pear and honey. Medium-bodied and medium sweet, with a spicy botrytis and fruit finish Wine Spectato... Read more
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Turmeric color. Nose: peach, pineapple, roses. Chalky texture, in a bad way. Different - pineapple, cookie, flowers, almost spicy. Medium+ sweetness. $50
This producer always seems to be right on top of things. Great quality, and you can't beat the price.
External Reviews for Château de Malle Sémillon-Sauvignon Blanc Blend Sauternes
Attractive aromas and flavors of sliced apple, pear and honey. Medium-bodied and medium sweet, with a spicy botrytis and fruit finish Wine Spectator. A Sauternes Blend wine from Bordeaux in France. 2009 Chateau de Malle 375ml
69% Semillon, 28% Sauvignon Blanc, 3% Muscadelle. 30% new french oak, and aged for 20-24 months in barrel. Loads of citrus, creme brulee, vanilla and toast. This is sweet but balanced with great acid, spicy botrytis and a delicate focused finish. Geoffrey Binder. A Sauternes Blend wine from Bordeaux in France. 2009 Chateau de Malle 375ml
Shows fresh pineapple on the nose, with hints of melon. Medium- to full-bodied and medium sweet, with a spicy, honey finish. Score range: 89-91 -JS Wine Spectator. A Sauternes Blend wine from Bordeaux in France. 2006 Chateau de Malle 375ml
Very clean aromas of caramel, vanilla and ripe pear. Full-bodied, medium sweet, with dried pineapple character and a light finish. Slightly hollow midpalate. Not as exciting as from barrel, but a pleasant wine. Best after 2006.
Full yellow. Aromas of peach, flowers and marzipan. Dense on entry, then sweet and concentrated in the middle, with a slightly aggressive note of reduction showing today. In an awkward stage, but this boasts strong sappy, spicy material. Like a couple of these '05s, this seems youthfully musclebound in the early going.
(Barrel tasting) Lots of spices, lemon rind and honey follow through to a thick, full-bodied palate. Long finish. Dense and sweet.
(Barrel tasting) Lemon aromas of surprising intensity allow this wine to stand out from the crowd. But they also give it a dry, firm feel with acidity more dominant than sweetness.
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