Château Suduiraut 2003 Sauternes

Tasting notes: Ripe, dense, creamy, toasty, and amazingly supple, this vintage will only improve with age. Worth knowing: This property has gone through many hands since it passed from the ownership of the Suduiraut family in the early 19th century. Suduiraut is remarkably consistent from year to year and always a superb value.

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