2010 de Myrat, Sauternes

SKU #1128644 92-94 points Wine Enthusiast

 Hugely aromatic, a wine that manages to combine freshness, lightness and density. It is deliciously fresh, then offering a fine, ripe dried fruit aftertaste.  (6/2011)

91-93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 The nose is very pure, with honey, passion fruit and quince, whilst the palate demonstrates great freshness and vitality, zippy acidity, with real race towards the linear finish. This holds great promise for the future.  (5/2011)

92 points James Suckling

 Spicy nose with this Sauternes with nutmeg, dried orange peel and sultanas. Dense and rich on the palate with lots of sweet vanilla. Dense and very pretty. Drink now or hold.  (2/2013)

92 points Wine Spectator

 A lush tropical, overtly buttery style, with notes of creamed mango, papaya and guava leading to lots of ginger cream, meringue and dacquoise on the finish. Very showy, but offers gorgeous mouthfeel and length. Best from 2015 through 2028.  (3/2013)

87-90 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar

 Pale, bright golden yellow. Intense peach, chamomile, tea and gin aromas are complicated by a touch of honeyed botrytis. Shows flavors similar to the aromas, with a richer than usual texture, good intensity, and a clean, persistent finish that shows a hint of youthfully chewy tannins. One of the more promising Myrats of recent years.  (8/2011)

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