Marie-Pierre Lacoste and her mother Bernadette are committed to the difficult venture of making Sauternes. They are not striving to challenge the grands crus classés in terms of power and richness, but are showing off their little Barsac vineyard with a high proportion of old vines to best advantage.
About the cuvée
The wines are fruity with a pleasing tartness, making them ideal for an aperitif. The quality stays true to style and this mother-daughter team continues to invest in the vineyard and technical facilities in order to get the very best out of their terroir. [...] (Source: RVF)
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