Community Tasting Notes (3) Avg Score: 93.3 points

  • Light golden color, touch of petrol and yellow flowers on the nose; this is a panoply of layered flavors, starting a bit slowly with what appears as initial simple sweetness, but quickly transitions through waves of richer, meatier depth, adding layers of stony minerality, nice acidity, with a long fading finish. Has some weight and density, easy to drink this quickly.

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  • Light golden yellow. In the nose, hints of botrytis, forest honey, Papaya and Mango, both fresh and dried. On the palate, it's extremely juicy with fine minerality, very fine acidity, hardly noticeable fruity sweetness and a wonderfully adstringend finish with hints of lemon marmelade. Potential for real greatness. Wait.

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  • Gorgeous, deep, lush fruit, just a touch of petrol, some expected sweetness (seems a bit more RS than some other vintages), with mouth-watering acidity to tie it together, long, mineral finish. Delicious.

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  • By Stephen Tanzer
    November/December 2010, IWC Issue #153, (See more on Vinous...)

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