This is still young and a but tight. It is a gorgeous wine but give it some air if you are going to drink soon. Purple in color, ruby at the rim. The nose is clean with slight earthiness, a bit of bacon fat and boysenberry fruit. Seems like a bit brighter acidity than these wines usually have which is nice. Perhaps just a function of the rest of the wine being tight. On the palate, black cherries, boysenberries, and a mineral streak that is very nice. Deep. Long finish. I would hold for at least 5 years but it should last for decades. At least a couple or more points of upside.
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