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Sauternes Wine & Wineries, French Wines & Vineyards Sauternes
We list below websites of a few Sauternes Wine & Wineries for your information. The list is neither exhaustive nor representative of Sauternes Wine & Wineries. We wish to present this information of Sauternes Wine & Wineries websites only for reference purposes. We assume no responsibility for the professional ability or integrity of the persons or firms whose names appear on the following list of Sauternes Wine & Wineries.
 

Château de Malle -
In the heartland of one of the oldest vineyards of France, forty kilometers south-east of Bordeaux, an extended estate firmly anchored in the Sauternes soil.
http://www.chateau-de-malle.fr/

Château Filhot -
 Sauternes second growth. Includes information about the product, vineyard, history, company, and region.
http://www.filhot.com/

Château Guiraud -
 Sauternes Premier Cru estate offers information about its vineyards. winemaking, and wines. Also contains a description of botrytis, the "noble rot" responsible for the sweet wines.
http://www.chateau-guiraud.fr/

Château La Tour Blanche -
 Premier cru classé. Presents vineyard, winery and the school of oenology. Wine tasting notes.
http://www.tour-blanche.com/

Chateau Nairac -
Located in Barsac. Terroir, methods, the vine garden and wines. Photo sections.
http://www.chateau-nairac.com/

Château Raymond-Lafon -
Sauternes appellation. Includes history, vintages, and news.
http://www.chateau-raymond-lafon.fr/

Château Romer -
Domain caracteristics and gastronomy page.
http://www.chateau-romer.com/

Château Suau -
 This estate, located near Cadillac, presents its red, rosé, white and sweet wines. History and virtual tour sections.
http://mediaplan.ovh.net/~duneweb/suau