Opened by a friend after a Lodi Zin tasting as an example that Zins last. We all wondered if it were alive and, it was. Purple in color, a bit flat but not really looking like it was 27 years old. The nose is dusty with a bit of bramble and woodiness left but also some cherry fruit. On the palate, there is still cherry fruit and some dried fruits. Good balance. Now, this was probably better twenty years ago, and I doubt ageing improved it much, but it clearly has lasted (stored in a wine fridge). A real treat to try now.
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