Château Doisy Daëne, 2ème Cru Classé, Barsac, 2005

  Château Doisy Daëne

The usual floral notes on the nose, coupled with lime marmalade and botrytised fruit; on the palate there is great freshness and elegance, and a long delicate finish. A decidedly terroir-based, feminine and seductive wine from Denis Dubourdieu, the leading white wine œnologist in Bordeaux.

Contains Sulphites.

About Château Doisy Daëne

Château Doisy-Daëne is Second Cru Classé winery located in Barsac within the Sauternes appellation. The estate has been in the Dubourdieu family since 1924. For over eighty years three generations of vine growers have exercised talents to produce great sweet white wines : Georges (1924-1948), Pierre (1949-1999) and Denis since 2000. The vineyards are planted on soils that consist of red sand and clay with limestone with 80% Semillon and 20% Sauvignon Blanc varietals. On average, the vines at Doisy-Daëne are 35 years of age. The wines are typically deep, rich and vibrant and usually sell out en primeur – an unusual feat amongst the estates of Sauternes.

Appellation: Barsac

It is a region on the other side of the Ciron from the even bigger and more famous Sauternes district. Wines produced within Barsac are also entitled to use the appellation Sauternes.

The wines are considered more elegant than those of Sauternes. Climens and Doisy-Daëne are some of the leading producers