Château Suduiraut

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Château Suduiraut

1998 De Suduiraut PARKER 88-91/100

Lime and honey on the nose with a touch of grapefruit. Good balance and definition on the palate with notes of pineapple/marmalade and quince. Balanced with good levels of botrytis. A fine Sauternes, though surpassed by other vintages. Tasted May 2000.

Wine Advocate #128 Apr 2000 Robert M. Parker, Jr. 88-91)

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Château Suduiraut 1999

1999 Suduiraut PARKER 89/100

The 1989 is the most well-balanced wine of this trio, but its fruit does not appear to be sufficient to stand up to the wine's high alcohol and aggressive style. None of these wines offers much delineation, so cellaring should prove beneficial as they do have admirable levels of extract. Last tasted 11/94

Bordeaux Book, 3rd Edition Jan 1998 Robert M. Parker, Jr. 89


Château Suduiraut 2006

2006 Suduiraut   PARKER 93/100

This wine is medium gold in color, with a flamboyant, buttery, intensely intoxicating nose of smoked tropical fruits, especially pineapple, melted caramel, and honeyed orange. Unctuously textured, with superb, full-bodied richness, good underlying acidity, and a stunning finish, it should have 30+ years of longevity.

Wine Advocate #181 Feb 2009 Robert M. Parker, Jr. 93
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Château Suduiraut 2009

2009 De Suduiraut - PARKER 98/100

One of the outstanding successes of the 2009 vintage, this may surpass the superlative 2007. It has a more understated nose at the moment, but is very well defined with honey, white peach, orange peel and crushed stones. The palate has a viscous entry, is very well balanced, very powerful with great depth and effervescent minerality. Layers of botrytis layer across the mellifluous finish that is beautifully defined and sensuous. Fabulous.
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Château Suduiraut 2011

2011 Suduiraut PARKER 95/100

Picked over three tries through the vineyard from September 12 until October 5, the Suduiraut 2011 has 150 grams per liter residual sugar counterbalanced by a pH of 3.7. It has an intense nose, albeit one that takes time to unfurl in the glass, offering attractive notes of citrus lemon, minerals, apricot and quince suffused with great tension. The palate is medium-bodied with crisp, citrus-led fruit mingling with apricot and quince. It has less bravura and ambition than the 2009 or 2010, and you might consider it a Barsac-like Suduiraut due to its racy acidity. It has wonderful focus and satisfying length, and it should drink well both early and with age.

Drink 2014-2035.

Wine Advocate #200 Apr 2012 Neal Martin (93-95/100)