Classified as a First Growth in 1855, Coutet is one of longest lived of Bordeaux's sweet wines thanks to its legendary acidity. When young it has tremendous freshness and finesse. With a great deal of age, it develops golden highlights and a thick opulence, with luscious sweetness and roasted notes of botrytis. In "Wines of France", writer Alexis Lichine noted that Coutet was more popular than Climens, but on the drier side.
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