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Why dry Sauternes are the next big thing

22 September 2023

8:54 PM

22 September 2023

8:54 PM

It is my sense that the popularity of sweet wines like Sauternes, Port, Tokaji and all the German Auslese wines is on the upswing. I am here to tell you about the Next Big Thing: dry Sauternes.

Yes, that’s right: dry Sauternes.

The supersnazzy, superexpensive Château d’Yquem is the only Sauternes to boast the designation “Premier Cru Supérieur” from the 1855 classification of Bordeaux wines.

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