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2003 Coutet Cuvee Madame

Coutet Cuvee Madame

95Average Score
flagBordeaux / France
White

The Chateau Coutet 2003 Cuvee Madame was picked on September 30 at between 22 and 26 degrees potential alcohol and is laden with a whopping 230 grams per liter of residual sugar, one of the highest ever. Aged in 100% new oak for 36 months, it has a powerful nose that perhaps does not quite have the finesse of the 2001 Cuvee Madame. Pineapple, quince and marmalade are to the fore with touches of beeswax developing, through I find more delineation on the 2001. The palate is rounded, soft textured, plump in the mouth, a boatload of botrytis here with notes of marmalade, quince, almond and honeycomb. It is a delicious Cuvee Madame that I suspect will be enjoyed best from release in September 2015 (on Aline's birthday incidentally.) Aug 2015, www.robertparker.com

Neal Martin    Score: 95/100

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