Light gold in color, this 2008 offers powerful notes of fresh apricot, coconut and cashew. This wine has beautiful elegance and balance, without excessive sweetness and with fine acidity.
95%Sémillon, 3% Sauvignon Blanc, 2% Muscadelle
Formerly, Château de Loupiac belonged to the Montaigne family, the famous philosopher. The Château was sold to the Ducau family in 1920, and their vineyard was expanded to include Gaudiet, thus the name, Château Loupiac Gaudiet. The vineyard is located around the Château, on slopes overlooking the Garonne, near the 12th century Roman church of Loupiac. The exceptional microclimate, with morning fog and sunny afternoons, enhances the development of “Botrytis Cinerea”. The wines of Loupiac are famous for their fruity and smooth characteristics. Served between 8 and 10° C, they are perfect for aperitif and make wonderful accompaniments to foie gras, cheese and desserts.