The wine botrytized three traditional varieties Sauteners Sémillon, Sauvignon and Muscadelle.
wine producers from the 15th century, Chateau De Malle dedicated to Sauteners 28 hectares of their vineyard located between the towns of Fargues and Preignac. From vines of 50-60 years.
A particularity 'of this wine and' the fact that the autumn morning mists deposited on these vines a beneficial microscopic fungus called Botrytis cinerea, or noble rot, which affects the feeding grapes of their water and leaving only the natural sugar. The berries are so 'rendered very brittle and must be picked one by one, for which reason the harvest you can' also extend up to eight weeks.