Chateau Poulvere 1985 Monbazillac
As with the famous wines of Sauternes, the sweet white wines of Monbazillac are affected by the noble fungus, Botrytis Cinerea, which dehydrates the grapes to raisins, leaving only the sweet sugary pulp for pressing. Where the two appellations differ is the grapes which make up the blends: Sauternes is mostly Semillon with some Sauvignon Blanc; Monbazillac is mostly Muscadelle, with some Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc - generally creating a slightly more delicate style.
This bottle is in excellent condition: label & foil/wax seal intact; cork/closure secure, no leakage.
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