Ho fortunate to be able to taste this wine again. This was opened at a friend's birthday party and as you might expect, it went quickly. Luckily for me, they made sure I got a glass! The 92 is often overlooked between the 91 and 94 (and even the 93), but 1992 was a very good year too. The 92 is drinking quite well right now if starting to show a bit of age. Garnet in color, ruby at the rim. The nose takes one to Bordeaux. Gorgeous combination of cassis, tobacco, slight dust and slight leather with just a hint of dried fruits. On the palate, this is delicious. Layers of cassis over a bit of a leathery note with soft tannins. The finish on this bottle is a bit short but that is fine. A wonderful wine for the dinner table at this point. These will certainly offer interesting drinking for at least a decade but they are starting the long slow process down hill.
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