The Chateau Gilette Creme de Tete 1967 is perhaps the wine that really convinced me how great this wine can be. It has the finest bouquet of several older vintages: tangerine, beeswax, pine needles and cumin, that opens wonderfully with aeration. The palate is beautifully balanced with an allspice, dried orange peel, marmalade and white pepper. This is very harmonious and elegant with a long, tender finish not far removed from a Tokaji Aszu! Lovely. Drink now-2030+. eRobertParker.com (Neal Martin)
Dont see this very often, and really not on a par with Yquem, but not far behind.
Dont see this very often, and really not on a par with Yquem, but not far behind.9.2