Château de Myrat 2009 Barrel sample White (Barsac)
94-96 Barrel sample. The aromas are immense, dried apricots, sweet jelly and honey. The palate shows considerable power, richness, a wine that is packed with intense, biting botrytis, very spicy.
Château de Myrat 2011 Barrel sample White (Barsac)
93-95. Barrel sample. Rich fruit flavors of spiced orange are layered into its structure. With a smooth texture and fine balance, it is opulent, crisp and dense. A wine for long-term aging.
Château de Myrat 2008 Barrel sample White (Barsac)
92-94 Barrel sample. With its gold color, this announces richness. The texture is rich, a wine that rounds in the mouth, giving sweetness, tropical flavors and big, ripe fruit. Only to finish, does the acidity arrive.
Château de Myrat 2012 Barrel sample White (Barsac)
92–94. Barrel sample. Rich and spicy and full of ginger flavors, this is a concentrated wine that is still coming together. The wine is very rich and full of dry botrytis—a fine wine for this difficult vintage.
Château de Myrat 2009 White (Barsac)
Here’s a rich wine that is developing slowly and surely. It holds back on the botrytis character, with a bitter orange note that gives a dry edge to the wine’s sweetness. The finish shows acidity and a taut line of citrus.
Château de Myrat 2005 Barrel sample White (Barsac)
90-92 Barrel sample. This poised wine has attractive layers of clean, fresh lemon and honey flavors. There are some light wood nuances, lively acidity and dryness from botrytis. A finely balanced wine.
Château de Myrat 2006 Barrel sample White (Barsac)
90—92 Barrel sample. Fresh, rich, with attractive acidity and crisp, green apple and cream flavors. Well balanced, this wine shows excellent botrytis and sweetness properly together.