Robe : Pale yellow, brilliant, gold highlights
Noze : Characteristic floral Pessac-Léognan nose, dominant citrus and tropical fruit notes of passion-fruit and lychee, as well as ripe apricots.
The palate is subtle and gracefully lively and fruity, with notes of melon, apricot and peach. Hints of toasty, melting oak. Smoky. Drink within five years, with Spanish lobster served with a fennel risotto, stuffed mussels, salmon scallopine, devilled mackerel, or just on its own…
Tasting date : 01 Jan 2009
Maturity : Keep in cellar (mature 2009 from 2014)
Reviewed 7 years ago