Wine Chateau de Rolland Sauternes AOC 2003
The wine has a golden color.
The wine has a rounded fruit flavors with a long finish.
The wine has a deep, rich flavor with notes of dried fruits (almonds and apricots), marmalade, tropical fruits (pineapple, mango) and spices (vanilla).
The wine is ideal with desserts and foie gras and cheese with noble rot.
Chateau de Rolland dates back to 1492, this is the year the family Rolland acquired land of the ancient Carthusian monastery, where he later was built itself estate. Vineyards Chateau de Roland are located near the river Gironde and today is one of the oldest in the region of Sauternes, in the vicinity of which are sweet white wines known worldwide for its unique ability to develop for several decades, as well as a unique range of taste and aroma. Soil chateau presented sand, clay, limestone and gravel, which give grapes amazing aromas of tropical fruit, but most importantly, that the wine is made only from berries affected noble rot «Botrytis Cinerea». "Generosity" Bouytis Cinerea is that it affects the skin of grapes, but not touching the flesh, whereby the berries increases the concentration of sugar.
Chateau de Rolland Sauternes 2003 - one of the great white wines of Sauternes, which is almost entirely made by hand. Fermentation of wine is carried out in stainless steel vats, after which it is aged in small oak barrels from 12 to 18 months. Even with the age of Sauternes Chateau de Rolland does not lose the rich palette of flavor and aroma, but rather reveals all the more tempting fresh fruit and spicy tones.