Sauternes and Foie Gras

Drinking Sauternes with Foie Gras is a big tradition in France, especially at Christmas time.  Outside of France it’s sometimes a little bit more controversial, but production continues to grow with both Israel and the US becoming large producers.

Having tasted a lot of salty and spicy food alongside Sauternes recently, it was interesting to go back to trying something very rich with it instead.

I tested first with Chateau La Tour Blanche, which is a very rich, sweet wine, some would say more of a traditional pudding wine.  I then followed it with some Sigalas Rabaud, which has a slightly finer and more pointed style.

Watch the video to find out what my conclusions were, and whether Barsac or Sauternes was the best fit with the Foie Gras.

If you’re looking for a great wine to compliment your Foie Gras, we’d recommend
Chateau Coutet 2004, great for drinking now and in stock for immediate delivery.

'mi cuit foie gras' perfect complement to SauternesIf you’re looking for a specialist, independant Foie Gras supplier for the UK click here.
Foie Gras Direct supplies ‘mi cuit duck foie gras – a perfect complement to a decent glass of Sauternes.
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