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A stunner. This coats the palate with cassis, blackberry and boysenberry fruit, but stays focused and pure, with vanilla, spice and toast notes chiming in on the palate for added effect; then the finish resonates with purity. A thoroughly seductive wine t —James Molesworth
Absolutely wonderful aromas of flowers, currants and citrus. Full-bodied, yet very, very refined, with a center core of fruit that tastes like crushed raspberries. It goes on and on on the palate. Greatest wine from this estate since 1945. Best after 2010 —James Suckling
Out of this world. Incredible aromas of crushed blackberries and cherries, with wet earth, mineral and mint. Full-bodied, with fantastically refined, silky tannins and a long, long finish. Terrific. Greatest Angelus I have ever tasted. Best after 2010. 7, —James Suckling
More like auslese-level ripeness here, but what a beauty. Silky, seamless and superbly balanced, with its richness offset by mouthwatering acidity. So pure and graceful, the apricot, citrus and pineapple flavors melt in the mouth. It ends with a tangy, mi —Bruce Sanderson
Gorgeous aromas of plums, blackberries and licorice, with hints of mineral. Full-bodied, with full, silky tannins and a long, long finish. Big and solid. Fantastic. If you love Lynch, buy this. Best after 2010. 35,000 cases made. Highly Recommended. —James Suckling
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