1937 Clos Champon-Ségur - Loupiac
Clos Champon-Ségur belongs to the Reglat family, established on the slopes of the Garonne for several generations.
Made from a majority of Semillon blended with Sauvignon Blanc, both planted on clay and gravel soils, Loupiac is a "right bank sweet wine", as opposed to the Sauternes and Barsac born on the other bank.
Botrytized or passerillé, the grapes are always harvested by hand, by successive passages, to collect only those very rich in sugar. However, the appellation stands out by proposing sweet wines that are quite airy in style, which privilege the delicacy of the bouquet and the lightness on the palate. With age, they develop aromas of exotic fruits, candied mango and spices.