Barsac


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Barsac

(ˈbɑːsæk; French barsak)
n
(Brewing) a sweet French white wine produced around the town of Barsac in the Gironde
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Guests included Cindy Crawford and Pharrell Williams (together, left); the architect's daughter, Pernette Perriand (right, with Burke); and Perriand's husband, Jacques Barsac. (Photos: Billy Farrell Agency)
I haven't touched on the right-bank where soft merlot rules; the refreshing whites of Entre deux Mers; the splendid sweet wines of Sauternes and Barsac.
Pedal through bottle labels and drink in the scenery of Graves, Barsac, Sauternes and more.
The great sweet wines of Bordeaux including Sauternes and Barsac account for less than 1pc of the total production of the Bordeaux region.
But there are many Sauternes and other Bordeaux varietals like Barsac that are affordable and highly drinkable.
Las fincas donde se producen esos tan celebres y generosos (Cerons, Sauternes, Barsac en la orilla izquierda del Garona y Sainte-Croix-du-Mont, y Loupiac en la orilla derecha) se situan en un enclave localizado en la punta sur de los "graves", cerca de Langon.
A little stonefruit personality shone though on an interesting and cheaper alternative to Barsac or the great region of Sauternes.
South of the town of Bordeaux and the Garonne, the regions of Graves makes finest red and white wines; also the sweet wines of Sauternes and Barsac.
Marie Therese de Lamourous was born in Barsac, France, on November 1, 1754.