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Coutet 2014
+£56.00     (+23.83%) Latest price:  £291.00
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Average Score 94.08

Owned and operated by the Baly family since 1977, Bordeaux’s Château Coutet derives its name from the Gascon word for knife, referencing the “cut” imparted by the Barsac appellation’s unique soil, whose limestone content gives its sweet wines their signature crisp, lively impression. Director of marketing Aline Baly notes that 2014 was a remarkable vintage, with the highest combined levels of acidity and alcohol in more than 20 years, resulting in this beautifully balanced blend of Sémillon, Sauvignon Blanc and Muscadelle. Mid-October rains also created favorable conditions for the development of botrytis. This shows the vivid, racy side of Barsac, with streaming flavors of pineapple, yellow apple, green plum and white ginger, displaying lovely energy from start to finish. Ends with enough honeysuckle and orange blossom notes to balance the richness. Mar 2017,, Drink: 2020-2035
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The Château Coutet 2014 is a blend of 75% Sémillon, 23% Sauvignon Blanc and 2% Muscadelle and delivers...cue the drumroll...a whopping 162 grams per liter of residual sugar, the highest level of any Sauternes that I have data for. As you would expect, the total acidity is slightly, but not dramatically lower than its peers at 3.9 grams per liter (compared to say, 4.3 grams per liter at Doisy-Daëne.) This Coutet '14 has a complex bouquet with razor-sharp, minerally, citrus fruit mixed with wild honey and a touch of Riesling-like petrol. The palate is totally convincing. There is a great thrust of rich botrytized fruit sliced through with Coutet’s trademark acidity, despite the spoonfuls of sugar, that lends this such vibrancy and tension. It possesses and almost clinical precision with long persistence on the finish. This is a divine Coutet that may warrant a higher score subject to how it evolves in barrel., 2015
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The 2014 Coutet is a gorgeous Barsac. Orange peel, cinnamon, dried flowers and lightly honeyed notes abound. The wine is rich and deeply textured, but not at all heavy. This is a terrific showing from a Barsac that is both highly nuanced and also understated. Feb 2017,, Drink: 2017-2023
This shows a lively density, intensity of fruit and spiciness. Pineapples as well. Full body, medium sweetness and a long finish. Apr 2015,

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