Wines from this winery keep showing up from the early 70's. I am not sure of the story, but it seems to stem from the sale of the winery and vineyards in 2014 from the Lurton family to Dennis Debourdieu. The vineyards were ripped up and new plantings incorporated into Chateau Doisy-Daene. It is an old estate in fact, it was classified as a second growth in the 1855 classification of Bordeaux. It is 100% Semillon. This iss ddep golden with some orange hues, clear and bright. The nose is nice with orange rind and apricots. Maybe slight honeyed notes. Full bodied and slightly viscous. On the palate, burnt orange tands out but again, some honey. It is just barely sweet at this point, but slightly. A fun wine that is clearly of its place and style at age 49.