Chateau de Fargues Lur Saluces Sauternes 2005 - Carlo Russo Wine & Spirit World
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Chateau de Fargues Lur Saluces Sauternes  2005
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Chateau de Fargues Lur Saluces Sauternes 2005

  • ws95
  • v92
  • we88

750ml
$239.99
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Category Dessert Wine
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Region France, Bordeaux, Sauternes
Brand Chateau de Fargues
Alcohol/vol 13.7%

Wine Advicate 95pts "Tasted blind at the 10-Year On Tasting in Sauternes. The 2005 Château de Fargues has a rich and intense bouquet with layers of honey, dried peach, beeswax and acacia that soar from the glass. The palate is powerful and authoritative: intense botrytis-rich honeyed fruit with compelling mineralité underneath. It fans out in glorious fashion – a stunning de Fargues that is now beginning to show its talents. As I remarked a couple of years ago, just afford it a couple more years so that it can fully absorb the vestiges of oak."

Wine Spectator
  • ws95

This is so creamy, almost milky in feel, with toasted coconut and cashew notes giving way to sweet peach, apricot and glazed pear flavors that glide along, while ginger, green tea, lychee and kumquat flavors extend through the finish. Shows terrific range and definition. Feels like it's just starting to open, and is in no rush. Drink now through 2035. 2,665 cases made.

James Molesworth
Vinous
  • v92

Medium yellow. Exotic, high-toned apricot, spices and flowers on the nose, complemented by coconutty, toasty oak. Very sweet and unctuous, with exotic, nobly rotten flavors of pineapple, apricot and coconut and an impression of elevated alcohol. Not quite as racy, fruity or structured as the 2007; conveys an impression of softer acidity, and yet this maintains a light touch. Finishes with suggestions of vanilla and marzipan.

Antonio Galloni
Wine Enthusiast
  • we88

A highly perfumed wine, which shows high vanilla and wood flavors, while the sweetness remains much more delicate. A combination that needs time to settle down before becoming a light style of Sauternes.

Roger Voss, June 1, 2008