2007 Chateau Rieussec Sauternes
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375ml Bottle $569.89
Case of 12
"This has a very primal nose. ...the oak exposed at the moment although there is obviously a great deal of fruit concentration underneath. The palate is well balanced, a little oaky on the entry, dried honey, lemon curd, apricot and orange peel towards the linear finish. Tightly coiled Sauternes, quite modern in style, this should develop over 8-10 years in the bottle before really opening up and one hopes, evolve a little more "personality"."
Reviewed by: The Wine Advocate - 93pts
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2010 Chateau Doisy Vedrines Barsac
-Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate, 91 to 93 pts.
"Thick and spicy, with unctuous, still slightly raw-seeming layers of apricot, peach and fig. Ginger cream and green tea check in on the finish. Rather backward still, but there's lots balled up."
$284.89 / Case of 12
2010 Chateau Rieussec Sauternes
Reviewed by: Wine Spectator - 93 to 96pts
"Bright straw-gold. Spectacular, intense, exotic botrytized nose is redolent of honeyed yellow peach, apricot and saffron. Then very sweet in the mouth, with concentrated flavors of dried peach, ginger and honey lifted by bright acidity. The finish is long and polished, featuring persistent peach, honey and white pepper nuances."
$512.89 / Case of 12
2009 Chateau Climens Barsac
Wine Spectator - 95 pts
"Common themes are ones of great purity, persistency and precision. The aromatics display pure honey, minerals, occasionally a faint scent of spearmint and white peach, most with spellbinding precision. On the palate, Berenice Lurton has some stupendous lots at her disposal, with ample botrytis, ethereal definition, one or two more powerful, quite spicy lots and others that are shorter and will undoubtedly lend the blend an acidic cut. It will be a joy to taste this after bottling."-Neal Martin
$763.69 / Case of 12
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