Château d'Yquem 1970
Somewhat less evolved than the 1971, and for me always a shade less interesting and complex, the 1970 Yquem is a large-scaled, rich, full-bodied, fairly alcoholic Yquem with significant flavor interest as well as crisp acidity. Unlike the 1971, which is close to peak maturity, this wine has a long way to go and is impressive, but not yet revealing all of its potential. Robert Parker WA 90.

Content 75cl
€ 799.95 799.95 EUR
Château d'Yquem 1979
Lovely, elegant in style, this balanced Yquem seduces with tropical, dried apricot and creamy-smooth flavors. Medium-bodied, it weighs softly on the palate, then kicks in with a persistent finish. WINESPECTATOR (93)

Content 75cl
€ 749.95 749.95 EUR
Château Cheval Petit Cheval Blanc 2016
The colour of this Petit Cheval blanc 2016, crystalline with yellow-green reflections, characterises the young age of this wine. From the first nose, the minerality dominates with its notes of flint, matchstick, percussion pebbles. With aeration, the wine unfolds all its complexity with notes of fresh citrus fruits such as lemon or bergamot. Rustic characters like sage or rosemary mingle with notes of fresh flowers like acacia, lilac or vine blossom. The open and direct attack shows all the nervousness of this wine. The mid palate is broad and crisp. Volume and sweetness harmonise perfectly with the fresh and straightforward acidity. The aromatic return fully expresses the complexity of this wine with a fruity taste with white flesh (peach, pear). Its finish, long and rich, expands thanks to pretty bitters. (75cl)
€ 199.95 199.95000000000002 EUR
Château d’Yquem 2019
Decanter: 97/100 : “ The 2019 vintage of Château d'Yquem has the highest proportion (45%) of Sauvignon Blanc in any modern Yquem. The Sauvignon Blanc adds to the freshness, acting as a great balance to the succulent, sweet and voluptuous palate. Intense peach and apricot, combined with lemon and orange zest, make this highly appealing to drink right away – an ideal vintage with which to start Yquem's 'lighthouse' project. However, it would be a shame not to give this 10+ years maturation to see how it develops. Very well, I suspect. The growing season was both warm and wet, with mildew a big threat. After a mostly dry September, 40mm rain came at the end of the month, leading to a very short harvest window. All of the Yquem grapes were picked in two tries within a one-week period. Residual Sugar: 138g/L ”. - 600cl
€ 3,495.00 3495.0 EUR