Domaine de Bassibe
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100 Folle blanche.
Lovely floral nose with fudge and creme patissiere. Leather and prunes, rich and full on the palate.
2. Le Légendaire Hors d'Age 42°
40% Folle blanche, 30% Ugni blanc, 30% Baco
Complex, smokey, smooth and soft.
3. Hors d'Age / XO
Uni blanc 60%, Baco 40%.
Creme caramel nose, firm on the palate with more caramel and a touch of leather.
4. Blanche ...
... Baron de Sigognac - 20 ans d'Âge
40% from Ugni Blanc and Baco.
Woody nose with sweet spice and prunes which followed through on the palate.
3. Baron de Sigognac 1974
Spirit dominant with big peppery notes on the nose. Smooth caramel and spice on the palate finishing with an almond note.
No rest for the wicked, we had to head off to our next destination - this was a full on day!
... floral, through earthy to soft and hot!
From here we wandered up the road to their cellars where we also got to see "Paradise" which is the small part of the cellar behind a locked door with a particular method for using the key which prevents others from entering. In here are the small quantities of the older vintages which have lost most of their angel share and benefit from being in carboys rather than barrels. Here I spotted some going back to 1900 before ...
... I can say is it was a very long hour. To continue the tradition even more, I once again got stopped by security. This time it wasn't my backpack, however. They made me go through the metal detector several times, and had me remove things as silly as my headband and bobby pins. Finally they gave up and just decided a good old fashion pat down would have to suffice. I forgot I was wearing my Fitbit (hooked to the center of my braw), so ...
We had been told that today was going to be 32degrees. So had decided that we would get up that bit earlier and start walking earlier ...breakfast at seven am... What you don't realise is that sunrise is not until about 8:30... So... All set to go at 7.30 and realised that it was pitch black...after much routing around Helen found her head lamp and off we went marching out of town in the dark...not having a clue where we were going except for turning left out of the ...