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Sauternes - France

From Summer Hassam

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Sauternes usually exhibits intense notes of honeyed apricot, butterscotch, caramel, coconut, mango, ginger, marmalade, and citrus themes, along with tropical fruit, honeysuckle, and toasted baking spices. Sauternes qualifies as a very sweet wine.

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