Château Doisy-Daëne 2022 Barsac 2e Cru Classé
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• De erfenis van ‘Pape du Blanc’ Denis Dubourdieu
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‘• The 2022 Doisy Daëne is all class’ (Vinous)
- SmaakprofielHoning, nectar & zoetig
- DruivenrasSauvignon Blanc/Sémillon
- Land & RegioFrankrijk, Bordeaux
- 100% proefgarantie
- Gratis bezorgd vanaf €75
- Levering binnen 2 tot 3 werkdagen
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"De erfenis van ‘Pape du Blanc’ Denis Dubourdieu"
Jane Anson schreef in haar meesterwerk ‘Inside Bordeaux’ (2020): ‘[Doisy Daëne] deserves recognition for its exceptional quality’.
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Dried mangoes and persimmons with dried flowers and exotic spices. Full with vivid acidity and an attractive spicy edge. Long with beautiful fruit.
Light golden yellow, silver reflections. Fresh tangerine and grapefruit residues, white tropical fruit, mineral bouquet. Juicy, elegant sweetness, some gooseberries, white fruit, fine acidity, elegant finish, shows length and certain ageing potential.
Jeff Leve (The Wine Cellar Insider)
Vibrant, sweet, mineral-accented, pineapples, vanilla, lemon curd, yellow plum, and honey are on fire here! Perfectly balanced between its sweet and fresh side, this is a serious, sweet treat!
The 2022 Doisy Daëne is all class. Rich, layered and super-expressive. Dried flowers, coconut, chamomile, apricot and dried ginger all grace this deep, beautifully layered Barsac
Full, rich colour. Lifted and pure on the nose with floral, honeyed and white-fruit notes. Lovely weight and volume on the palate, the bitter-botrytised note adding freshness. Rich but not cloying. Lingers on the finish.
Jane Anson (Inside Bordeaux)
Pale gold in colour, with dried apricot, frangipane, honeysuckle and baked mirabelle plum, offset by a welcome bitter edge of rosemary that gives contrast. Rich in texture, this is luscious and intense. Dubourdieu family are the owners at this legendary Barsac estate, and the fact that even here the balance is challenging is a clear sign to me that there is an issue with freshness in the sweet wines this year. Ageing starts with 10 months in oak barrels, this is followed by 9 months in stainless steel tank before bottling. Tasted twice at different temperatures, and the key takeaway is that they need to be served cold to maximise the perception of acidity. I was a huge fan of this wine last year, and I would urge you to look out for the 2021 vintage to really capture the spirit of this excellent property.