OK, I made a slight error. These 2nd wines sometime change names. The 2nd is actually called Reserve de la Comtesse and they even have a 3rd called Pauillac de Pichon Lalande. These 2nd wines are usually made from barrels that the owner does not think are perfect enough to bottle under the chateau name or from barrels of wine made from the grapes from younger vines. BTW, try a Warre's Warrior or a Taylor's Tawny port. Yes, they are naturally sweet like a Tokay or sauternes. Incidently, anything labelled port, sherry, tokay etc in the US is not the genuine article and is just something from NY or California or even Ohio labelled this way.It could be made from a Concord grape(not even a wine grape) and have the label Port put on the bottle. This has been challanged by the authentic growers in US courts but the court here ruled that because they've done it so long that they could still keep doing it! No other country permits this under international law having to do with product labeling. It would be like some grower in the French Midi making wine and then labeling it Napa Valley.