1998 Suduiraut, Sauternes

SKU #992917 93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 Pale to medium gold in color, the 1998 Suduiraut gives delicate lemon pastilles and lime cordial notions with peach blossoms, honeycomb and ceps in the background. Both unctuous and refreshing in the mouth, some compelling white pepper and powdered ginger notions come through on the long finish. (LPB)  (5/2018)

91 points Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar

 Medium yellow. Superripe, honeyed aromas of exotic fruits. Concentrated and fairly unctuous, with lovely peach and spice flavors shaped by ripe acids. Youthful, solidly structured and firm. Finishes with a flavor of apricot liqueur and a suggestion of oak tannins. Like the Coutet, this is stronger than it appeared to be from barrel last spring. (ST)  (7/2001)

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