2014 Château Coutet Blanc

Barsac

RP93-95+

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The 2014 Château Coutet Blanc ($63.25) is a sweet wine made in the region of Barsac that contains muscadelle, sauvignon blanc and sémillon of 2014 and presents an alcohol content of 14%.

Technical sheet · Château Coutet Blanc

Type Of Wine: sweet wine
Vintage: 2014 Other vintages
Appellation:Barsac (Bordeaux,France)
Volume: 75cl
Score: RP93-95+
Grapes: Sémillon (75%), Sauvignon Blanc (23%), Muscadelle (2%)
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 14%

2014 Château Coutet Blanc description

2014 Château Coutet Blanc (Sémillon, Sauvignon Blanc and Muscadelle)

TASTING NOTES Château Coutet Blanc 2014 DE:

  • View: sustained gold, patinated reflexes.
  • Nose: Nice aromatic notes, small amplitude, but of great elegance, aromas of beeswax bees, some subtle notes of candied fruit, peach liqueur and nuts (hazelnuts).
  • Mouth: soft and tender, precious mineral notes, iodine taste more sweet notes of sweet spices, vanilla and stewed prunes.

APPELLATION: Graves.

WINERY: Château Coutet

GRAPES: Sémillon, Sauvignon, Muscadelle.

PAIRING: foie gras, fruit-based desserts.

TEMPERATURE: 6 °C

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Reviews about other vintages

Reviews about Château Coutet Blanc 2016

Geena Richardson
Geena Richardson

4/5

Has a very cheerful colour. It tasted a lot like wine.
This Sauternes accompanied us while waiting for food.
I had it with my friends at home.

Reviews about Château Coutet Blanc 2015

Edward Harris
Edward Harris

4/5

I bought it in Uvinum and It arrived immediately.
Nice colour. Quite clear presence of plum in the mouth.

Reviews about Château Coutet Blanc 2012

Edward Harris
Edward Harris

4/5

It felt too acidic of a Barsac.
The truth is that I expected more.