Rayne Vigneau is a very enjoyable, but not remarkable Sauternes. I’ve recently had a couple of bottles of the 2009, which is very much on the tropical fruit end of the Sauternes spectrum (lots of lychee). I prefer their second wine, which makes a delicious sweetie for things Eaton Mess and other summery/fruity puds.
Before this sounds too much like damning with faint praise. However, it’s one of the most enjoyable vineyard visits I’ve had in Bordeaux. The tour was good, interesting and less generic (carried out by vineyard employees rather than someone specifically to do the tour, as well so they were very knowledgable about very nerdy specifics), they have some interesting artwork and the tasting didn’t feel mean.