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The 2020 Doisy-Védrines has an elegant bouquet, well defined and perhaps more poised than recent vintages from this Barsac estate. Dried honey, orange pith and light marmalade notes gradually unfurl in the glass, followed later by hints of candle wax and lemon verbena. The palate is well balanced with a lovely touch of orange zest that counterbalances the rich, honeyed fruit, and superb tension on the finish This is a wonderful Doisy-Védrines.
Pale gold; honey and wax and citrus-fruit rich to smell; medium-full, moderately concentrated, fresh enough; sweet, straightforward, pleasing, but very limited in botrytis concentration and complexity, nonetheless, lively and lemony and aperitif pleasing.
Full bottle 1,295 g. 85% Se?millon, 12% Sauvignon, 3% Muscadelle. 11 hl/ha. Cask sample. Aged in oak for 18 months.
Deep straw-gold. Hint of ginger on the nose. Firm and sweet on the palate. Not quite luscious but certainly refreshing. Something floral and lifted about this. A little bit of chewiness on the finish which fades just a little fast.
The 2020 Doisy-Védrines is wonderfully effusive. A whole range of floral notes open first, followed by scents of tangerine oil, mint, ginger and spice. There is something about Doisy-Védrines that is quite exotic in 2020. Such a classy wine.
Lemon chiffon, ginger, flowers, vanilla, honey and orange cream are on the nose. Sweet, juicy, and focused on honey-coated yellow tropical fruits and candied yellow citrus, there is ample freshness to balance the sweetness here. 91-93
Tasted by Jane Anson(at Primeur week tastings in Bordeaux, 01 May 2021)
Powerful fleshy exotic fruits - the juice comes in from the first moment and doesn't let up, ensuring the apricot and mango fruits are shot straight through the core of steel. A brilliant showcase of what the soils of Barsac can do. A yield of 11hl/ha, 18 months in barrel. Tasted twice.
Drinking Window 2020 - 2048