White peach, pineapple, white ginger, orange zest and green fig notes are clear and racy, while green almond, brioche, pear and yellow apple details wait in reserve. Offers stunning range and polish, showing terrific energy and cut on the finish. This jus
Well balanced, this gorgeous ripe wine is packed full of fresh yellow fruits, ripe oranges and lemon. The fruit counterpoints the generous, dense structure, offering the dry core of botrytis. Acidity gives a line of freshness at the end. Drink from 2020.
This sweet white is quite oily, with dried-pineapple and mango character. It’s full-bodied, very sweet and juicy on finish. Thick and rich. Drink now or hold.
Tasted blind at the Sauternes 2011 horizontal tasting. The 2011 Château Coutet has a distinctive but attractive bouquet: clear honey, rosewater, peach and just a touch of barley sugar that pins it down to Barsac. The palate is medium-bodied and viscous in
Tasted blind. Light nose with barley sugar flavours on the palate. Some hint of burnt caramel. Medium intensity. Jancis Robinson
Fairly deep yellow-gold. Open nose with accents of honey, caramel, a biscuit note and a touch of spice. The palate is concentrated at point of entry, sweetness is very upfront yet freshness also features across the palate. A distinctive, traditional style. ~Gilbert & Gailard in 2012
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