Wine Enthusiast, 94 points: For a 2004, this is big and rich, but that is to be expected from Guiraud. The fruit is magnificently ripe, with flavors of peach and tangerine syrup along with the core of botrytis and dark honey. The aftertaste is...
Wine Spectator, 91 points: Displays focused aromas of lemon curd spice and dried apricot. Full-bodied medium sweet and quite oily with a lemon rind and spice aftertaste. Long and racy for the vintage. Best after 2010. -JS
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, 93 points: The 2004 Climens is beginning to open up nicely – no surprise given that this Barsac always needs a decade in bottle. The nose has a delicacy that is uncommon for a youthful Climens, unfurling with subtle scents of...
Wine Spectator, 94 points: (WS92-94 points) Fruity, with lemon, apricot and lilac on the nose. Full-bodied, with a lovely intensity and bright acidity. Long and elegant. The palate builds on the finish. Not the 2001 (Wine of the Year), but very...
Wine Enthusiast, 96 points: This is a beautiful Yquem not huge or powerful but with crispness honey and freshness very expressive of the year. The higher than usual proportion of Sauvignon in the blend gives it a real lift. - R.V.
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Competitive Prices. Especially good with Bordeaux futures. Email offers always tempting.
-Aaron C., March 2017