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(2017) Lovely creaminess and fudge like layer of oak and sweet fruit, with the palate ripe and creamy, with a sweet berry and milk chocolate texture, a fairly abrupt acid and tannin core, but fine.
(2017) Aged in seasoned French oak for 18 months, 1.5 vines produces only one bottle, with drastically restricted yields. Nice touches of briar and sweet earth, but also a chocolate density and a bit of violet lift. There's a bright red fruit juice character on the palate, but plenty of grip: really tight and firm, great concentration, and feels as if it still needs time.
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