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Chateau de Myrat (375ml) 2007

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$49.00 per bottle

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"A very lifted nose with great definition: notes of honey, white peach, mango and dried apricots. The palate is very intense with superb acidity and vibrancy, good levels of botrytis with a clean, fresh, vibrant honeyed finish.This is a superb 2007 and a great success for Myrat." Robert Parker

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94 Tasted single blind against its peers. I was so glad to re-taste the excellent Chateau de Myrat 2007 in bottle. It has a deeper color than its peers and the nose has a profound depth, offering pure scents of white peach and quince. The palate is rich on the entry and displays an engaging nuttiness from start to finish with dried honey, almond, and a touch of ginger lingering in the mouth. Long and persistent, this Chateau de Myrat is well worth seeking out. Tasted January 2011. - Neil Martin
96 Darker in color than most 2007 Sauternes, showing intense aromas of dried apricot, with toffee notes and an almost smoky character. Full-bodied and very sweet, with a full-blown dried fruit and raisin flavor. Long and superbly rich. –JS
  Myrat 2007 already offers all the pleasures of a mature sauternes. Notes of caramel, bitter orange, plum honey and dried apricots mingle with a rich liquor wish. The finish is long, with a hint stuffed.


Provenance - a cold European cellar

Name Château de Myrat
Vintage 2007
Type Liquoreux / Sweet White 
Appellation Sauternes
Classification 2eme Cru Classé / 2nd Growth
Grape Varieties 86% Semillon, 8% Sauvignon, 6% Muscadelle
Format 375ml
Vineyard 22 Hectares
Average Age of Vines  
Production 3,300 Cases
Soil Limestone-clay on fissured limestone 
Winemaking Gentle pressing. Fermentation in barrels. Each batch of barrels represents one day’s
Ageing 18months in barrels (1/3 new barrels each year)
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Food Pairing  

‘In the mid 1900’s Myrat was ranked at the head of the Second Growths of Sauternes. It is claimed to have the best soil in Barsac after Chateau Climens.’ Stephen Brooks