In the superlative in English you would never say the goodest and you don't in French either.
A superlative in English describes something that is at one extreme or the other.
In other words, these wines may offer investment opportunities for wine collectors…or just a superlative wine to be enjoyed later if one has patience and fortitude.
For the most part, comparative and superlative sentences in French are not difficult because the construction is similar enough to English that most French language learners pick up on the idea quickly.
With a little practice you will have mastered comparative and superlative sentences in French.
The judges found it difficult to pick the person with the superlative performance in the talent show.
Hissuperlative efforts in volunteer work were rewarded with a plaque at the annual ceremony.
At the end of the year, the class decided to pass out awards to recognize their peers' superlative talents and efforts.
After interviewing a large number of applicants, we have decided to hire the candidate with thesuperlative experience.
The poets and the philosophers paid him enthusiastic homage, and all the distinguished women of the day testified to his superlative merits.