Semillion

Food pairings: Semillon goes with fish but there are many better matches. Serve dry Semillon with clams, mussels, or pasta salad. Districts: sémillon is the major white grape in the Bordeaux region of France. Sémillon is also known as Hunter (River Riesling), boal/bual of Madeira, chevrier, columbier, malaga and blanc doux. Sémillon is also grown in Chile, Argentina, Australia, and California. Typical taste: the wine varietal features distinct fig-like character. Sémillon is often blended with sauvignon blanc to delimit its strong berry-like flavors. From the Bordeaux region of France come the great Sauternes and Barsac. These wines are produced from overripe sémillon grapes. They are blended with sauvignon blanc to produce a syrupy, full-bodied wine that may be world class.

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  1. La Pommeraie De Brown Pessac Leognan Rouge 2014

    La Pommeraie De Brown Pessac Leognan Rouge 2014

    $36.99

    Size 750ML


    Located at the gates of Bordeaux between Pessac and Léognan , the Château Brown estate covers 63 hectares. Resulting from a different plot selection, his second wine La Pommeraie de Brown follows the same rigor of vinification as the first wine. It reveals the creaminess of the grand vin brought by Semillon and a delicate woody, in a more nervous style. A very large second wine that will be unanimous around your table for a pure moment of sharing .. A real treat for the taste buds! Learn More
  2. Ch Doisy-Vedrines Sauterne 2011

    Ch Doisy-Vedrines Sauterne 2011

    $38.94

    Size 375ML


    The 2011 Chateau Doisy-Védrines has a more mineral-driven bouquet than the 2009, more reserved with scents of beeswax, honeysuckle and jasmine. The palate is fresh and vibrant with viscous honeyed fruit, a dash of spice and a flowing, harmonious finish that has only just begun to start showing what it is capable of. This has great potential and may vie with the 2009 as one of the modern-day benchmarks from the estate Learn More

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