No reserve on this auction.
Tiny production of less than 2000 cases annually.
Neal Martin’s 2011 review for the Wine Advocate:
“A blend of 67% Sauvignon Blanc, 15% Semillon and 18% Muscadelle, this has a very fresh lively, well defined nose with citrus lemon, a touch of brioche and fresh tinned pineapple. The palate is very well balanced with fresh citrus fruits, patisserie, lemon curd and a touch of custard creme at the finish. Very good acidity. This is very fine indeed. Drink now-2016. Tasted March 2011.”
Three more recent Cellartracker notes from 2016:
8/30/2016 – Rupert wrote:
Catty sauvignon, only partly softened by the oak – high acid and lively – I like this but suspect I’d be in a minority
6/23/2016 – hargy Likes this wine: 91 Points
lovely wine – refreshing and balanced
3/12/2016 – mmh wrote: 91 Points
A massive and really complex nose that is dominated by ripe and slightly funky pineapples. Intense on the palate, steely, good acidity, long and very good but there is also a hint of oak and alcohol that I could live without. Nevertheless, a great wine! This was my first bottle out of 6 and I think I will drink them slowly as, although ready to drink, it may still improve as well.
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