Bruce Sanderson, Wine Spectator, 92 points. - The best late harvest Tokaji in 2010 by Wine Spectator!
“Serious botrytis marks this late-harvest style, which is intense, offering a wide range of orange, orange peel, grapefruit, papaya and banana flavors, with hints of wax and honey. The vibrant acidity keeps it all focused and long on the aftertaste. Drink now through 2024.”
Neal Martin, Wine Advocate, 91 points
“... this has a rounded nose with tropical fruit, toffee apple and beeswax. It could do with a little more defnition. The palate has a lovely viscous texture with almond, honeysuckle, passion fruit and a touch of quince. Harmonious, not particularly complex but very refined on the finish with a hint of lemony dried honey on the aftertaste that adroitly disguises the 165 gm/L residual sugar. This leaves me with a smile on my face. Drink now – 2015+.”
“Opens with tropical fruit and floral touches, pure and elegant. These notes carry into the palate as well with precise, clean fruit; the huge, 165gr residual sugar is carried effortlessly by the ripe acidity. Concentrated, yet eminently drinkable. Splendid, unmistakable late harvest Tokaji character.”
Alc. 9 %, Residual sugar 165 g/L, Acidity 6.8 g/L, Sugar-free extract 49 g/L, Yield 1.4 hl/ha = 1 oz (28ml)/vine.