la Tour Blanche 2010

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Product Details

Vintage
2010
Colour
White
Appellation
Sauternes

Tasting Notes and Scores

Neal Martin
93

The La Tour Blanche 2010 has an outstanding bouquet with beautifully defined aromas of dried honey, peach skin, melted wax and butterscotch – linear, taut, and focused in keeping with the vintage. The palate is beautifully proportioned with that thread of acidity interwoven through the botrytized fruit. This is a Sauternes with volume and dimension and yet I am seeking more persistency on the finish, because it feels like the job is done too early. This is a good wine that dare I say, could have been even better with more ambition.

Michael Schuster
90-92

Freshly defined, rich middleweight; very sweet, round and flowing, with a delicious and fine purity of fruit, but without the projection and aromatic botrytis scope and complexity that this wine usually has at this level of richness; nice fruit length. Good.... but not its usual excitement. 2014-25+ [M. Schuster Bordeaux Mar/Apr 2011]

Wine Spectator
93-96

Gorgeous apricot, ginger, green fig and honey flavors show lots of density, with a sweet, rich finish. A big one in the making. —J.M.

James Suckling
92

Sweet flowery nose with honeysuckle, white peach and candied lemon peel. This Sauternes is very sweet and well-structured on the palate with a good acidity and pure white fruit. Elegant and charming. Drink now or hold.
-www.jamessuckling.com, 'Tasting Report: 2010's Greatness Across The Board in Bordeaux', 17 Feb 2013

Antonio Galloni
91-94

Bright, pale yellow-gold. Exotic aromas of apricot, kiwi and minerals, complicated by smoky botrytis. Very clean and focused in the mouth, with pure, penetrating orange marmalade and ripe citrus flavors lifted by minerals and saffron. Refined and elegant in its mouth feel and very long on the aftertaste. Extremely well done. Ian D'Agata