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Wine Chateau d'Armajan des Ormes, Sauternes AOC, 2009

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Tasting Notes


Wine brilliant golden color.


The wine shows a full, soft, sweet taste with an oily texture, notes of fruit jam, caramel and vanilla, gradually turning into a long, charming aftertaste.


Complex aroma of the wine reveals notes of fruit, caramel, spices, vanilla and nuts.


Wine is ideal as a digestif or to accompany cakes and desserts - cakes and pastries. Goes well with soft cheeses.

Interesting Facts

Chateau d'Armajan des Ormes - sweet white wine with an expressive, complex flavor with fruity, spicy, nutty, caramel and vanilla tones and full, soft, sweet taste with a long finish. It is created from a blend of three grape varieties - Muscadelle, Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc, which grow in the vineyards of Chateau. In the production of this wine are only berries infected with botrytis (noble rot).
Chateau d'Armajan des Ormes is a great digestif. It also perfectly complements the soft cheeses, desserts, pies and cakes.

Producer's description

Chateau d'Armajan des Ormes is in the possession of the family Perromat for three generations. The castle is located in the town of Preignac on the left bank of the Garonne. Partially destroyed during the Fronde, it was rebuilt d'Armayyanom Vincent, son of Montesquieu in 1750. The average age of the vines is 25 years. Crop harvested by hand, each process of wine production is strictly controlled.
Wines Vignobles M. & J. Perromat enjoyed success both in France and abroad.


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