Château Miaudoux, Doux (50 cl), 2010

Saussignac, Bergerac, France

Château Miaudoux, Doux (50 cl), 2010

Saussignac, Bergerac, France



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Grape Varietes: Sémillon 60%, Muscadelle 40% Wine Style: Sweet & Fortified Winemaker: Gérard Cuisset Optimum Drinking: 2017-2020 Reviewer Rating: 90 Reviewer: CFW Code: 102687 Alcohol: 11.5%
Estate Notes

Château Miaudoux’s 2010 sweet wine is a great value alternative to Sauternes and made from very old vines. It is the perfect aperitif alongside fine pâtés or foie gras, and a great dessert wine too.

Saussignac has been famous for its vinous bounty since medieval times when Rabelais, a renowned French writer, penned his perspective on it. Now it’s time to add your own taste perspective with authentic wines from this certified organic grower.

And, once you have enjoyed Miaudoux’s wines, why not see how they make them for yourself? Gérard and his wife Nathalie offer ‘vineyard environment discovery’ breaks – with vineyard accommodation – perfect for wine lovers who want to get their hands dirty.


The native terroir of the Semillon grape gives a fruitier expression than in Sauternes, redolent of ripe apricots, coupled with the honeyed richness of the fine 2010 vintage and the crème brulée undertones brought about by the late autumn botrytis before picking. All this married to the discreet vanilla of the oak barrels in which the wine is vinified.