Tasted Monday, April 30, 2007 by kstoddard with 474 views
Sea Saw, Scottsdale
Doughy and minerality character with lemons, apples and grapefruits. Nice mid palate complexity and finish. A very pretty Champagne.
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Tropical fruit, brown sugar, vanilla and minerals. Extremely complex with a finish that lasts over a minute. Well balanced.
Pears and minerals with a strange funk on the nose. Elegant. Chalky on the finish.
Noticeable oak on the palate. Tropical fruits and caramel. Very tight. Rich and concentrated. Huge upside. Needs time. Would love to try this one in 10 years.
Exotic spices, raspberries, strawberries and soy sauce. Smooth an elegant. Very impressive showing for nearly a 40 year old wine.
Cloudy and browning in color. Vegetal. Cherries and earth. Faded fruit. Over the hill?
Bright cherry fruit profile. Rich with an elegant finish. Beautiful.
Earth and cherries. Smooth finish. Very firm tannins in this wine still. Definitely could use some more time.
Cherry and earth. Amazing concentration, depth and richness. Outstanding finish that lasts for minutes. This wine needs time to really reach its full potential. Wow!
Cherries, earth and chalky limestone. Some elegance in the mid palate. The finish a bit subdued. Curious wine.
Vegetal. Cherries. Not even in the same class as the others.
Overripe cherries. Big and rich but a bit monolithic. Made very much in the style of an extracted California Pinot Noir. Nonetheless, a very nice wine but definitely out of place with the others.
Earth, cherries and raspberries. An incredible depth and elegance to this wine. Great acidity and freshness. A beautiful wine that is showing extremely well young. What a pleasure to drink.
Earth, charred mesquite, perfume, chalk and dark fruit. A little flat on the finish. Way too young to evaluate.
Unfortunately, slightly corked.
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