The 2011 Château d’Yquem is one of the most sought-after bottles in the world, a golden elixir that will age gracefully over the next century. Tasted out of half bottles at Michelin-star Restaurant Saint James on June 6th: Brilliant, silver-gold in hue, the nose alone is well worth the price of admission, featuring mouthwatering aromas of bitter honey, beeswax, honeysuckle, and fresh vanilla. Extravagant on entry, exquisite in its focus and pristine delineation, weighty and dense, 2011 was a highly botrytized vintage, making for luscious flavors of wild honey, dried apricot, orange peel and ripe citrus — finishing with tremendous poise and persistence, arguing gracefully for 25-75 years of cellar slumber!
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