Château D'Yquem Magnum 1995

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£482.76 (Approximate price)

Technical sheet

Type Of Wine: sweet wine
Vintage: 1995 Other vintages
Appellation:Sauternes (Bordeaux, France)
Winery: Château d'Yquem
Volume: 150cl Other volumes
75cl, 6L, 50cl and 375ml
Grapes: Sémillon, Sauvignon Blanc
Allergens: Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Vol.: 13.5%
Château d'Yquem elaborates this Château D'Yquem Magnum 1995 , a sweet wine from Sauternes made of sauvignon blanc and sémillon of 1995 and has an alcohol content of 13.5%. The Château D'Yquem Magnum 1995 is the ideal sweet to combine with honey desserts and desserts. Drinks&Co users rate this sweet wine with 4 out of 5 points while renowned wine experts rate it as follows: robert parker: 95 and wine spectator: 90.

Elaboration of Château D'Yquem Magnum 1995

Château D'Yquem Magnum 1995 (Sémillon and Sauvignon Blanc)

Producer: Château d'Yquem

Appellation: Sauternes

Grapes: Sémillon and Sauvignon Blanc

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4 /5

A wine that can be purchased at the shopping mall.
Deep colour at first sight. Woody flavour, do not know if the grapes or barrels.
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Yquem Magnum 1995

Reviews of other vintages of Château D'Yquem Magnum 199520092007


It was light but tasted like blackberries.
No doubt I would recommend Château D'Yquem Magnum 100%.
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Albert Green


Not suitable for a menu as varied as we had. The best friend from Sauternes.
Has a strong colour. It's a pity that was slightly vinegary.
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Peter Samuels