Robert Giraud

Clos Le Comte
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Clos Le Comte - Sauternes

The grapes are harvested following the techniques used by the Grands Vins de Sauternes by picking in 3 to 5 successive runs through the row of vines. Vinification takes place in vats and ageing is carried out in oak barrels for 12 to 18 months before bottling.

The wines of Clos Le Comte show great finesse and elegance and have a remarkable aroma and smoothness.
A beautiful yellow robe with golden highlights.
A fine and attractive nose of freshly baked bread with aromas of accacia flowers, crystallized apricot, notes of nut and orange peel.
The wine is well balanced, smooth and fruity.

Technical Sheet
Technical Sheet
Wine name
Clos Le Comte
Appellation Sauternes
Vineyard size
6 hectares
Grape varieties
45% Sémillon, 21% Muscadelle and 34% Sauvignon
Soil Structure
sandy-gravel soil over a clay and limestone subsoil
Average age of vines
30 years