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(Blanc de Lynch-Bages Bordeaux) A pale golden hue. It has a lovely, complex nose, initially showing wet stones, golden fruits and lemon pastry, but later a greater depth of flavour with pineapple and marzipan. On the palate it is fresh and medium bodied, with a bitter twist behind the stony, mineral-laden fruit. My only concern is that it seems a little dilute, but with air in the glass - and I suspect time in the bottle - it fleshes out. With time, in fact, it shows a good texture, and is nicely balanced. Plenty of spice and an almost creamy lemon pie note on the finish. Approachable now, but really needs another year or two.
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