From magnum. Warm but high octave nose with dried yellow flowers, unripe pear and lemon. Moderated acids, but nice depth on the mid palate and age showing attractively in the pecan notes on the finish. 89-90
Golden in color. A deep, unctuous mouth feel. This almost tasted like a Condrieu with a little bit of New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc to add freshness. Drank with several different fish courses--Scallop, Roasted Sea Bass, lobster poached in butter, and it worked very well with all of them.
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(Pavillon Blanc du Château Margaux Blanc) Light medium yellow color; mineral, beeswax, honeyed, tart lemon, waxy nose; tasty, maturing, classic, oily textured, tart lemon, mineral, waxy, tart pear palate with cut and medium acidity; long finish 95+ points
(Pavillon Blanc du Château Margaux Blanc) Light medium yellow color; aromatic, light saffron, preserved lemon, almond nose; oily textured, almond, ripe lemon, light saffron palate; very youthful and should go 15-20 years; medium-plus finish
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