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The subtle aromas of fig paste and maple syrup belie the intensity of the green tea, blood-orange marmalade, date, dried apricot and honey flavors that are seamlessly intertwined. And when you're ready to take another sip, you realize the incredibly lithe —James Molesworth
Intense and packed with black cherry, mineral and spice elements, matched by a vibrant acidity and dense tannins. The oak is almost completely absorbed by this unevolved monolith, which leaves a sweet fruit and spice aftertaste. Best from 2007 through 202 —Bruce Sanderson
Powerful aromas of anise, game and tar may be too strong for some, but they morph into ripe blackberry, cassis, espresso, black pepper, licorice and mineral flavors on the palate. The texture is plush, the tannins massive but well-integrated, and the frui —Thomas Matthews
Brooding and animallike, this is a wild red, evoking terroir with its aromatic intensity and incredible length. It explodes on the palate with black cherry, herb and tobacco flavors. Very dense, concentrated and long on the finish, it needs to inte —Bruce Sanderson
Deep golden in color, this has explosive aromas and flavors of coffee, vanilla, apricot, citrus and toasted hazelnut. A bold, brazen Champagne, it possesses a firm underlying structure, ripe fruit and a long, sumptuous, smoke- and spice-filled finish. Dri —Bruce Sanderson
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