Purple in color, with ruby swirls. The nose has some volatile acidity but just a bit which serves to raise the aromatics in a good way. Cherries and dust. On the palate, this is less ripe than the other vintages in a comprehensive vertical. That is not a bad thing. There is still plenty of black cherry fruit with good acidity. This may be one of the longer lasting wines. Good finish. It is also quite food friendly at this point. Easily has a decade of good drinking left.
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