The purity of Botrytis in this wine is so impressive with dried fruits such apple and mango. And then spicy character. Full body and very sweet but it is incredibly fresh and lively. Such class and elegance. Perfectly manicured wine. Everything in the rig
96-98. Stunningly rich in character, a wine with great power to go with its acidity and sweetness. It is dense, powerful and concentrated powered by honey and by spice from the wood. The finish has dried apricots, very aromatic.
Rather restrained now, showing terrific purity and precision, with dried pineapple, persimmon and mango notes, offset by racy honeysuckle, white peach and chamomile hints. The extremely long finish sails on, switching to yet another spectrum, with green a
Served from an ex-chateau bottle. Consistent notes compared to the sample tasted blind at Southwold, the 2010 Chateau d’Yquem does not quite live up to the billing it showed out of barrel. Certainly it does not possess the concentration of the 2011, the e
A big surprise that this didn't stand out for anyone. Broad, slightly cheesy and slack on the nose. Rather inexpressive at the moment. And a bit hot on the end. An awkward teenager? Jancis Robinson
A gorgeous Yquem that will no doubt get better with time. Too young at the moment with intense dried apricot and honeyed notes. There is excellent intensity and depth for the wine to age for the next few decades. By jeannie cho lee in 2014