D’Yquem I’d believe them. Just taste it and what’s not to believe! It’s so concentrated, viscous, yet with such defined gorgeous flavours. It’s actually more enjoyable than most of my experiences of D’Yquem. I just nosed it again and it's mesmeric.
The former best sommelier in the world, Andreas Larsson tasted it and said: "I was really blown away by it. Made just like Sauternes. A plethora of aromas: apricot, peach, almond paste, saffron, fruits glazed in honey. It’s immensely sweet, but in balance, harmonious and with huge length. Luscious elixir"