This rare wine was poured blind by Olivier Castèja while at the château. The 1967 Château Doisy-Védrines has a deep gold/auburn color. The nose is quintessential Barsac: slightly nutty with tangy Seville orange marmalade and quince (actually reminiscent of mature Tokaji.) That Hungarian theme carries across onto the palate, which has good acidity with tangy mandarin and quince towards the finish. Good length here. (NM)
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