The wines of the property Château de Myrat are commonly characterised by their softness, their spicy notes, their concentratio and their finesse. Château de Myrat 2014 does not break the rule. Its crystal clear and deep yellow robe gives way to exotic accents on the nose ( guava and pineapple fragrances evolving to the passion fruit ) with a delicious freshness. The swirling, which is more floral (lily) does not forget the fresh apricot notes:it is very elegant. Quite dynamic on the mouth, the wine shows richness without suffering from any heaviness. One can enjoy its balance and digestibility. The finish, savoury, takes over a few exotic expressions felt on the nose with a hint of white pepper. This is a digeste and charming Sauternes.
Parker : 89-91 / 100 J. Robinson : 15 / 20
Wine Advocate-Parker : The Château de Myrat 2014 is a blend of 88% Sémillon, 8% Sauvignon Blanc and 4% Muscadelle. At 118 grams per liter residual sugar it has one of the lowest levels, with 4.5 grams per liter total acidity. It seems just a little "simple" on the nose with scents of honeysuckle and beeswax, though my main gripe is that it does not offer the mineralité of its peers at the moment. The palate is fresh and crisp on the entry with plenty of pineapple and citrus fruit mixed with light honeyed tones towards the finish. This improves with aeration in the glass, not a million miles away from Doisy-Daëne in style, but with slightly less breeding. With a bit of luck it will land at the top of my banded score.