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2011 Chateau de Myrat Sauternes (Barsac) (half bottle)
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90-93 Points | International Wine Cellar , July 2012

(6.7 g/l total acidity; 160 g/l residual sugar):  Deep yellow with golden highlights.  Initially reduced nose clears with air to offer smoky apricot and peach aromas.  On the palate this has the lighter frame of a Barsac, but the peach, apricot and papaya flavors are richer and sweeter than most of the wines from this subzone in 2011.  Still, de Myrat is successful this year thanks to the vintage's telltale acidity, which provides adequate lift to the fruit flavors.

92-94 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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