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Chateau d'Armajan des Ormes Sauternes

Apricots poached in syrup, honey and chamomile tea...unctuous and slick and culminates in a caramel, honey finish. Nicely balanced, not too, too sweet and entirely enjoyable.
Pair with fruit tarts and ripe cheeses.
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+147090
Waldorf Wine Group
 
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Chateau d'Armajan des Ormes Sauternes

Apricots poached in syrup, honey and chamomile tea...unctuous and slick and culminates in a caramel, honey finish. Nicely balanced, not too, too sweet and entirely enjoyable.
Pair with fruit tarts and ripe cheeses.
www.winescores.ca
+147090
Waldorf Wine Group
 
Chateau d'Armajan des Ormes Sauternes

Apricots poached in syrup, honey and chamomile tea...unctuous and slick and culminates in a caramel, honey finish. Nicely balanced, not too, too sweet and entirely enjoyable.
Pair with fruit tarts and ripe cheeses.
www.winescores.ca
+147090
Waldorf Wine Group
 
WineScores Recommends
Chateau d'Armajan des Ormes Sauternes

Apricots poached in syrup, honey and chamomile tea...unctuous and slick and culminates in a caramel, honey finish. Nicely balanced, not too, too sweet and entirely enjoyable.
Pair with fruit tarts and ripe cheeses.
www.winescores.ca
+147090
Waldorf Wine Group
 
 

WineDiva.ca was launched prior to WineScores, in February 2004. WineDiva is the alter ego of Daenna Van Mulligen. She wears a cork tiara and is proof that a girl can have her w(h)ine and drink it too! WineDiva.ca is a tongue-in-cheek approach to a very serious passion for all things wine. WineDiva’s goal is to make wine fun, subtly educational & deviously inspirational. Vintage reciting wine snobs need not apply. WineDiva is painting the wine world pink and drinking it all in, and her glass is always (at least) half-full.

WineScores is the more serious follow up to WineDiva.ca. WineScores was born from the demand to see wine writer Daenna Van Mulligen provide scores on her wine reviews. These are numerical scores based on a 100 point scale – an internationally recognized form of rating wines. These numbers provide a snapshot for consumers on