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2017 Chateau Doisy Daene (375ml)

Barsac, Bordeaux, FRANCE
$49. 99 Bottle
$599.88 Dozen
Closure: Cork

Other Reviews....
The 2017 Doisy Daëne has a slightly closed nose with ripe apples and fresh pears accented with sparks of lemon and orange peel plus a touch of fungi. It's very rich and bold in the mouth with balancing freshness and a long earthy finish.
92-94 points
Lisa Perrotti-Brown - Wine Advocate #236 (April 2018)

A bold, ripe, unctuous style in the making, with lots of spicy orange, tangerine and peach notes that roll through an exotic, hazelnut-filled finish.—J.M.
92-95 points
Wine Spectator

Fresh and crisp, this is a light wine, shining with acidity, citrus and spice. Lemon juice and crisp quince flavors are backed by light botrytis character. Drink from 2021.
89-91 points
Wine Enthusiast

The 2017 Doisy-Daëne is a little richer on the nose compared to recent vintages, quite pure with acacia honey, melted wax and touches of almond filtering through with aeration. The palate is well balanced with a viscous opening, finely judged acidity, borrowing some of the weight usually expressed by Doisy-Védrines to create a very satisfying and opulent finish. It does not give the live-wire tension that is common in this Barsac, but it does give plenty of depth and length.
93-95 points
Neal Martin - Vinous

A wine of real density and weight, the 2017 Doisy-Daëne is positively stunning. It is also likely to require a number of years to be at its best, given its currently reserved, shy state of mind. The 2017 is marked by an almost phenolic impression of structure. There is so much to admire, including the wine's explosive energy, but the best is very obviously still to come. What a wine!
93-96 points
Antonio Galloni - Vinous

The 2017 Château Doisy Daëne is a seriously decadent, thick, opulent beauty that packs serious sweetness in its canned peach, lime peel, and exotic tropical fruit aromas and flavors. While it’s a big wine, it has terrific balance, good density and concentration, and a huge finish. It’s a potential blockbuster Barsac that’s going to have a long life.
93-97 points
Jeb Dunnuck