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Château de Rayne Vigneau 1969


First Growth Bordeaux from the Sauternes appellation.

Bottled at the Château.

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Vintage (year) 1969
Color Amber
Capacity (cl) 75
Level Mid shoulder to high shoulder
State label Slightly worn down and ripped
Capsule state Very small rip
Designation Sauternes
Castle / Estate / House Château de Rayne Vigneau

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The 1969 Château de Rayne Vigneau is a Bordeaux white wine from the Sauternes appellation.

Founded in the 17th century by Gabriel de Vigneau, this First Growth Sauternes spreads over a 62-ha vineyard ideal for producing great wines. Château de Rayne Vigneau was considered for a long time as Château d'Yquem's rival, known for producing exceptionally long ageing wines.

Produced mainly from Sémillon with added Sauvignon, Château de Rayne Vigneau's syrupy wines are highly sought-after by lovers of rare and ancient syrupy wines.