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2013 Chateau Lafaurie Peyraguey
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- Cellar 6 - 8 years (2022-2024)
- ABV 13.5%
- Closure: Cork
Brilliant golden straw colour with a very pale gold hue. Intense aromas of honeyed peaches and dried apricots are followed by some honeycomb, citrus and spice. Rich, exotic and possessing a luscious creamy texture the palate is drenched in very concentrated flavours of honey, ripe apricots and peaches with nuances of marmalade, tropical fruits and spice ensuing. Incredible weight, richness and power finishing with just the right amount of freshness. Very long conclusion of luscious honeyed peaches and apricots, marmalade, citrusy honeycomb and light spice. An outstanding Sauternes.
Drink over the next 6-8 years.
The Chateau Lafaurie Peyraguey has a mineral-led, citrus-driven bouquet that is tightly wound at first - delicate touches of orange blossom and apricot emerging from the glass. The palate is well-balanced and attired with a mellifluous, spicy entry. There is certainly good weight and concentration here, the finish long and satisfying, perfectly controlled. This is always a dark horse Sauternes and in 2013 they have produced something a little bit special.
Neal Martin - Wine Advocate #212 (Apr 2014)
A full and concentrated young Sauternes with lots of botrytis spice character such as dried mushrooms and nutmeg. It's full body, medium sweet with a wonderful length of fruit and intense acidity. It's layered and fascinating. Lots of dried fruits too. Sliced dried mango and pineapple.
Packed, with dense, creamy layers of glazed pear and green fig, tarte Tatin, marmalade and almond cream. Despite its weight, this brings you back over and over thanks to its well-embedded acidity. Impressive and very long. Seems the new owner (Silvio Denz) is off to a good start here.
James Molesworth - Wine Spectator