This is an inexpensive Sauternes that retails for around $20. That is a great value for a nice dessert wine. Light gold/green in color. The nose has apricots and slight honey. It has just a hint of sweetness. Some apricots on the palate. Nice acidity. A nice choice for large groups or just a nice finish to a meal.
What a fantastic wine. Deep golden in color. Very pretty. On the nose, there is honey, sea air, and apricots. On the palate, this is very complex. Apple, honey, some citrus (almost a burnt sugar-ish citrus if that makes sense). With air, some creme brulee emerges. Long finish. This is sweet but not as sweet as I expected and no where near cloying. Good acidity. The wine has decades left.
Gold/silver/copper in color. The nose has lemon and minerals with a bit of a metallic quality to it. On the palate, this has good acidity. Full bodied. Green apples especially on the finish. Slightly oily texture. This is a very nice, relatively inexpensive white Bordeaux that is drinking fine right now. I doubt it makes old bones, but that is fine. Food friendly as well.