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Wine Spectator: "Delivers delicate, fresh green plum and fleshy melon flavors, with savory flint, citrus zest and apple blossom accents on a lithe frame. (KB, Web-2023)" K&L Notes: Just across the Rhône river from the esteemed vineyards of Châteauneuf-du-Pape, this 88-acre estate is owned and operated by Rodolphe de Pins, a UC Davis graduate and former member of the winemaking staff at Domaine du Vieux Télégraphe. Montfaucon crafts their Côtes du Rhônes to express the intense fruit characteristics of the appellation, blending to achieve harmony and bala...
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2005 Lafaurie-Peyraguey, Sauternes
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95 points James Suckling: "This is powerful and racy with lots of class. Full body, very sweet with lots of spicy botrytis character. Intense. Drink or hold. " (10/2012) 93 points The Wine Independent: "The 2005 Lafaurie-Peyraguey is medium lemon-gold in color. It is a little subdued to begin, giving way to notes of lemon marmalade, honey-coated nuts, and unsmoked cigars with touches of spice cake and Ceylon tea. The palate has soft acidity and bags of opulent, honey-laced stone fruit, finishing long and spicy. (LPB)" (12/2022) 93 points Wine Enthusi...
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91 points James Suckling: "This has aromas of sliced green apples, grapefruit, basil and lemons. Crisp and bright, with a medium body and clear, linear finish." (01/2023)
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Château L’Avocat is from the small commune of Cérons, which is located just north of Barsac and Sauternes in the southern Graves appellation. I met Nicola Allison in Napa Valley at a small conference of Women from Bordeaux and Napa Valley. She followed my advice by sending her wines to our hotel in April to be tasted, and Clyde and I liked them. I followed up by visiting the estate almost eight weeks later and was given a tour of their gravelly vineyards by her husband Sean, who manages the vines.
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95 points Wine Advocate: "Tasted in Sauternes with Charles Chevalier, the 1988 Rieussec is a vintage that Chevalier himself claimed to be his favorite. I can understand why. It has an unerringly youthful bouquet with vibrant citrus fruit, wild honey, mandarin and mineral scents, a bouquet that seems to have electricity flowing through it. The same can be said for the palate that is full of tension and vigor, almost clinical in terms of focus with alluring viscosity and wonderful length. This bowled me over with its charm and breeding. Hunt a bottle down ...
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100 points Jeb Dunnuck: "A brilliant sweet wine that tops out on my scale, the 2001 Château D'Yquem is now fully mature yet still vibrant and pure, with an incredible nose of honeyed marmalade, caramelized tropical fruits, rising bread, marzipan, and lavender. Incredibly complex, full-bodied, and unctuous on the palate, it's one of those rare wines that can deliver incredible richness and decadence while staying pure, light on its feet, and perfectly balanced. A wine that every wine lover should taste once in their life, it should be just about immortal....
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93 points Vinous: "The 1975 Climens is one of the finest releases of the decade. It has a wonderful bouquet with shimmering citrus fruit commingling with wild honey, orange blossom and soupçon of old antique furniture. Blossoms in the glass! The palate is fresh and vibrant with a killer line of acidity. This is still fresh and tense with notes of marmalade and grapefruit, mandarin, orange rind and allspice. This is a powerful Climens, though the 1976 has the edge. (NM)" (08/2022) Jancis Robinson: "Deep gold with the first signs of amber. More oily on t...
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1959 d'Yquem, Sauternes (high shoulder, soiled label)
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97 points John Gilman: " The 1959 Yquem is a great vintage and the wine is at its absolute zenith at the present time and shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. The utterly profound bouquet soars from the glass in a blaze of oranges, white cherries, honeyed nuts, crème brulée, new leather, great minerality, barley sugar and gentle topnotes of candied orange peel. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied, long and very, very refined, with a rock solid core, impeccable balance, laser-like focus and simply stunning acidity for a nearly fifty year-o...
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98 points Wine Advocate: "A prodigious effort, possibly the finest Suduiraut since 1959, the medium gold-colored 2001 offers notes of creme brulee, caramelized citrus, Grand Marnier, honeysuckle, and other exotic fruits as well as a pleasant touch of oak. With terrific acidity, a voluptuous/unctuous palate, and sweet, powerful flavors buttressed by crisp acidity, it is a phenomenal Sauternes. (RP)" (06/2004) 98 points Wine Spectator: "Gorgeous aromas of honey, passion fruit, mango and candied lemon rind. Full-bodied and ultraconcentrated, yet balanced ...
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93 points Wine Advocate: "The 1975 Climens has a glorious bouquet with beautifully defined citrus fruit, wild honey, orange blossom and just a touch of old antique furniture. It blossoms in the glass. The palate is fresh and vibrant with a killer line of acidity. This is still fresh and tense with marmalade, grapefruit, mandarin, bitter orange and brown spices. It feels long and tender in the mouth: quite a powerful Climens at its peak. (NM)" (06/2015) Jancis Robinson: "High-botrytis vintage, low yields (7.2 hl/ha). TA 4.5 g/l (sulphuric), RS 98 g/l. D...
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93 points Wine Advocate: "The 1975 Climens has a glorious bouquet with beautifully defined citrus fruit, wild honey, orange blossom and just a touch of old antique furniture. It blossoms in the glass. The palate is fresh and vibrant with a killer line of acidity. This is still fresh and tense with marmalade, grapefruit, mandarin, bitter orange and brown spices. It feels long and tender in the mouth: quite a powerful Climens at its peak. (NM)" (06/2015) Jancis Robinson: "High-botrytis vintage, low yields (7.2 hl/ha). TA 4.5 g/l (sulphuric), RS 98 g/l. D...
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98 points Wine Advocate: "Tasted single blind against its peers. Château Climens always tends to go into its shell after bottling, which is probably why I was not dishing out an even higher score to this still, spellbinding Barsac. The 2007 is endowed with a lovely bouquet: very pure with honey, a touch of orange-blossom and a touch of quince. The palate is very well-balanced with great purity and a dash of spice as well as a lovely viscous, botrytis-laden finish that possesses awesome weight and persistency. This is a slice of heaven in a glass, but it ...
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98 points Vinous: "Tasting the 2019, I noticed that it has a slightly paler hue compared to recent vintages (though I never read too much into the colour of young Sauternes.) For certain, it has a highly-aromatic bouquet that is beguiling in purity, enticing aromas of honeysuckle and saffron, soon joined by camomile, white flowers and orange blossom. It has wonderful delineation and gains intensity with aeration. The palate is supremely well-balanced with fine bead of acidity. Very harmonious and armed with just the right amount of viscosity, this Yquem ...
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Wine Advocate: "The 1971 is a gorgeous example of a Barsac that is not that powerful, but has an authoritative presence in the mouth and wonderful, fresh, crisp acidity that admirably balances the apricot, honeyed flavors. (RP)" (01/1998) K&L Notes: 95 points Neal Martin for Wine Journal: "Tasted at Jasper Morris’s book launch at The Ledbury. What a fabulous way to end a meal with probably the best Coutet of the 1970s. The ’71 has an intense bouquet with scents of mandarin, quince, dried honey and a touch of kerosene. The palate has a thrilling, viscou...
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98 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Getting a big “Wow” in my notes, the 2017 Chateau Rieussec is an extraordinary Sauternes that has everything. Awesome notes of orange zest, honeyed flowers, ripe pineapple, peach, and spice all soar from the glass, and this beauty is already complex, has full-bodied richness and power, a great mid-palate, and a beautiful spine of acidity. It's a brilliant, brilliant wine that can be enjoyed today or cellared for two decades or more" (02/2020) 97-98 points James Suckling: "This is very focused and an intense with so much spice an...
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95 points The Wine Independent: "Medium to deep straw-gold in color, the 2005 Coutet delivers alluring candied nut scents of praline and honey walnuts over a core of dried apricots and mangos with a touch of pineapple upside-down cake. Full-on hedonic in the mouth, it has opulent layers and just enough freshness, finishing long. (LPB)" (07/2022) 94 points Wine Enthusiast: "Surprisingly dry, this has richness rather than sweetness, and intense, powerful botrytis. The honey is intensely perfumed, along with baked apples and spice. Certainly a long-aging ...
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100 points James Suckling: "This is a crazy wine! It’s sweet, but not sugary. Mushrooms, furniture wax, spices then dried oranges, lemons, pineapples, and just a hint of vanilla. Full-bodied, with great density and power, yet balanced and refined. So amazing, but give this five to six years still. Pull the cork in 2016. 145 grams RS." (05/2012) 100 points Wine Spectator: "Like lemon curd on the nose, turning to honey and caramel. Full-bodied and very sweet, with fantastic concentration of ripe and botrytized fruit, yet balanced and refined. Electric ac...
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93 points Wine Advocate: "Here is a typical Coutet nose that is just beginning to find its groove: barley sugar and quince scents typifying Barsac, augmented by Seville orange and lime. The palate is viscous and extremely well focused with fine mineralité and tension. It feels quite youthful and linear vis-à-vis its peers and concludes with a tangy, marmalade-lavished finish. (NM)" (10/2014) 93 points Int'l Wine Cellar: "Subdued but pure aromas of mirabelle, peach, pear and pineapple; hints at a roasted botrytis ripeness. Then fat and rich in the mouth...
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Decanter: "Green apple, pear and white peach aromas on the nose. The palate is bright and zesty, alive and vibrant with succulent but also softly sweet lemon flavours, assisted by quite mineral-edged apricot and peach. This has a cool element to it, the refreshing side really prominent. It's not too showy, but refined and easy to drink. (GH)" (03/2022) James Suckling: "This has aromas of lime zest, green mango, basil and white grapefruit. It’s medium-bodied with vibrant tropical and citrus fruit. Tasty fresh mango notes. " (12/2022) Vinous: "The 2021...
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99 points Jeb Dunnuck: "The 2016 Chateau D’Yquem is pure magic and dessert wines don’t get much better. Offering a pale gold color as well as a blockbuster bouquet of honeyed tangerines, tart apricots, liquid rocks, white flowers, and honeysuckle, it hits the palate with full-bodied richness, an opulent texture, vibrant acidity, and again, an incredible sense of minerality, despite having no shortage of sweetness or richness. The 2016 is a classic blend of 75% Sémillon and 25% Sauvignon that hit 14.2% alcohol with 135 grams of residual sugar. It’s alread...
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92 points Int'l Wine Cellar: "Complex, classy aromas of nectarine, apricot, smoke and roasted grain. Very rich and concentrated; full and sweet for Barsac but carrying no excess weight. Lovely pliant texture. Finishes very long, spicy and fresh. A very elegant wine with an impressively long, spicy aftertaste. " (07/2000) 92 points Vinous: "Complex, classy aromas of nectarine, apricot, smoke and roasted grain. Very rich and concentrated; full and sweet for Barsac but carrying no excess weight. Lovely pliant texture. Finishes very long, spicy and fresh. ...
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92 points Wine Advocate: "The 1998 Coutet is pale to medium gold in color with intense notes of lemon zest, crystallized citrus fruits, dried apricots and lanolin plus touches of orange blossoms and creme brulee. The palate is wonderfully refreshing with zippy acid lifting the rich, decadent fruit, finishing on a compelling savory note. (LPB)" (05/2018)
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94 points Wine Spectator: "Nectar-like if a bit on the sweet side, impressively complex, concentrated and focused. Deep gold, big, sweet and rich, with gobs of concentrated fig, brown sugar, butterscotch and oak flavor. A knockout." (12/1988) 92 points Wine Advocate: "Light golden with just the slightest tint of green, the 1983 Rieussec, from an excellent year for Sauternes, is certainly one of this property's greatest wines. Well structured with excellent acidity, and a deep, long, rich, full-bodied, viscous texture, this wine, despite the richness an...
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94 points John Gilman: "In the US market, this was the first vintage of Lafaurie-Peyraguey that really caught the imagination of Bordeaux lovers and it was very widely distributed. Consequently, along with the 1988 vintage, the 1986 is the wine from this estate that I have had the most opportunities to enjoy and it continues to drink beautifully at age thirty. The bouquet is deep, pure and quite elegant in its expression of toasted coconut, pineapple, chalky soil tones, honey, orange peel and a deft framing of vanillin oak. On the palate the wine is deep...
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93 points Decanter: "Bright and lively in the glass, tangy and sharp but so well balanced with intensity yet softness, getting the liveliness and energy but also complexity of flavour - lemon, pineapple, apricot and peach - sharp, almost sour, so tangy and zesty in the glass just shining brightly. This is extremely aromatic and flavourful with a persistence that lasts the whole way through. I also like the really soft honeyed lemon touch that runs underneath the more overt acidity. A solid effort. Tasted twice. (GH)" (03/2022) 93 points Jane Anson: "Th...
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90 points Wine Advocate: "Somewhat less evolved than the 1971, and for me always a shade less interesting and complex, the 1970 Yquem is a large-scaled, rich, full-bodied, fairly alcoholic Yquem with significant flavor interest as well as crisp acidity. Unlike the 1971, which is close to peak maturity, this wine has a long way to go and is impressive, but not yet revealing all of its potential. Anticipated maturity: Now-2025. (RP)" (01/1998) Jancis Robinson: "Rich and very sweet with more than a hint of orange peel." (01/2012)
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100 points James Suckling: "This is a crazy wine! It’s sweet, but not sugary. Mushrooms, furniture wax, spices then dried oranges, lemons, pineapples, and just a hint of vanilla. Full-bodied, with great density and power, yet balanced and refined. So amazing, but give this five to six years still. Pull the cork in 2016. 145 grams RS." (05/2012) 100 points Wine Spectator: "Like lemon curd on the nose, turning to honey and caramel. Full-bodied and very sweet, with fantastic concentration of ripe and botrytized fruit, yet balanced and refined. Electric ac...
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93 points Wine Advocate: "Served at the 'KFC at The Ledbury' soiree and from magnum, the Coutet ’75 has a sprightly citrus-driven nose with hints of mango and quince developing with time in glass. The palate is bestowed with a touch of spice and dried pineapple on the entry, fanning out beautifully with a crisp, dried apricot and marmalade tinged finish. Coutet is defined by its vivacity and acidity and this is a perfect example of it. Very fine. (NM)" (05/2011)
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96 points Wine Spectator: "Golden yellow. Butterscotch and vanilla, with hints of ripe apples. Full-bodied, with lots of sweetness and a spicy apricot and honey aftertaste. Excellent concentration and balance. Loads of botrytis character on the finish. Intense. Hard not to drink now because it's so luscious and rich. *Top 100 Wine of 2003, Highly Recommended* " (09/2004) 95 points James Suckling: "Intensely fruity and rich with wonderful sweetness and loads of spicy and honey character with a dried apricot undertone. It hasn’t changed much since I last...
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Superb year for the stickies--not well-known property, but very fine quality.
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92 points Int'l Wine Cellar: "Captivating, tangy aromas of vineyard peach, pear, white flowers and curry powder. Supple and very concentrated; thick but lively thanks to perfectly integrated acidity. Fruit notes nicely complemented by spice tones. Conveys a tactile impression of extract. Long and strong on the back end. Still quite youthfully unevolved and built for long life. (ST) 92+" (07/2000) 91 points Wine Advocate: "This wine contains an extremely high percentage of Semillon (usually about 90%), which was to its benefit in 1997. The wine is light...
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In 1855, château Romer du Hayot was awarded the rank of second cru classé, not long after the Hayot family took over the property in 1851. The du Hayot family is proud that their ownership of the estate predates the origin of Sauternes wines which were initially produced in the mid-19th century. The fifth generation, Catherine Boyer du Hayot carries on the family tradition, as the estate continues to craft wines of the finest quality.
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91 points Decanter: "Another great Australian Viognier, this time from the Barossa. ‘Love child’ refers to an in-joke at the winery that it was winemaker Stephen Dew’s favourite variety. Less expressive on the nose than some wines in this selection, but opens up beautifully in the glass. A rich, barrel-fermented character, though it finishes bright and crisp. (FB)" (12/2020) 91 points Vinous: "Green-tinged straw. Fresh orchard and citrus fruit aromas are complemented by hints of violet and sweet butter. Sappy pear nectar and white peach flavors display...
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From head-trained vines planted in 1962. Farmed organically since 1987. Native fermentation and maturation in neutral Puncheons and stainless barrels. Bottled unfined, unfiltered.
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97 points Wine Spectator: "White peach, pineapple, white ginger, orange zest and green fig notes are clear and racy, while green almond, brioche, pear and yellow apple details wait in reserve. Offers stunning range and polish, showing terrific energy and cut on the finish. This just makes you feel special when you drink it. An estate that has been rising steadily for a while now. Best from 2016 through 2035. *Highly Recommended* (JM)" (03/2014) 96 points Wine Enthusiast: "Well balanced, this gorgeous ripe wine is packed full of fresh yellow fruits, rip...
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2022 Brokenwood Sémillon Hunter Valley New South Wales
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94 points James Halliday: "Wet growing conditions that prevailed through to January ’22 were well-managed across the patchwork quilt of vineyards spread across the Hunter. Flavours of lemongrass, citrus and lanolin all contributing, this has the balance and length to transform itself over the next five years." (12/2022) 93 points James Suckling: "A textbook semillon from Hunter Valley as always, with sliced lemons, green apples and lemon curd character with minerals and waxy undertones. It’s full and layered with a bright acidity and vivid finish. Drin...
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93-95 points The Wine Independent: "Pale to medium lemon-yellow colored, the 2021 de Rayne Vigneau soars from the glass with notes of lemon tart, fresh grapefruit, and lime cordial, plus suggestions of candied ginger, orange blossoms, and marzipan with a touch of chamomile tea. The palate shimmers with expressive citrus and mineral layers, framed by fantastic tension and a satiny texture, finishing very long. Residual sugar around 130 g/l. (LPB) " (05/2022) 93-95 points Vinous: "The 2021 Rayne-Vigneau is quite powerful and resonant in this vintage. Th...
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