To Try, Buy And Put By
Tomás Clancy's trio of vino
Just to the south of the AC Graves vineyards, heading towards the Garonne river and the Sauternes region, Château de Seuil owns several small vineyard parcels in the Cerons appellation. With a gorgeous rush of nutty caramelised apricot, some tinned apricot lusciousness and a rising, citric cut at the finish, this is a well balanced, brilliantly priced dessert wine worth seeking out.
Jean-Luc Colombo is a superstar consultant winemaker and Rhône Valley hero....
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