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2010 Booker Vineyard Oublie Extended Age 22 Months
Red Rhone Blend
- Central Coast
- Paso Robles
Community Tasting Notes 18
rustyRudy Likes this wine: (94 points)
March 11, 2016 - Dark red. Bacon fat, minerals, raspberry jam on the nose. Still young and tannic, stones, raspberry and black fruits, decanted and drunk over three hours, still did not really open up.
andrewdodd86 Likes this wine: (95 points)
March 11, 2016 - Still tannic, raspberry central, bacon fat, cinnamon, dark chocolate, black pepper. Love it. Drinking well.
mattdathan Likes this wine: (93 points)
June 10, 2015 - Oh yes, this is good! Barely getting into its stride, this has many years left in it, and it's so beautifully balanced, smooth and intense now.
Backdoctor wrote: (93 points)
May 7, 2015 - Incredible nose. I decanted it for an hour and half and when pouring it back into the bottle the nose was just amazing. It opened up even more in the glass. Too bad it wasn't a magnum1 person found this helpful Comment
smphelps wrote: (90 points)
November 11, 2014 - Rich garnet. Licorice spice nose with cherry, clove tea, and cedar box. Round and full, with nice weight. Firm with a rustic bloodiness. Not particularly tannic and medium in lenght. Not to quarrel with a talented winemaker, but not particulary feminine nor reminiscent of a CdP to my taste.1 person found this helpful Comment
Pro Reviews 1
By Antonio Galloni
California's Central Coast: Better than Ever (Aug 2012) (link)
(Booker Vineyard Oublié 22 Paso Robles) Subscribe to see review text.
- Vintage 2010
- Type Red
- Producer Booker Vineyard
- Varietal Red Rhone Blend
- Designation Oublie Extended Age 22 Months
- Vineyard n/a
- Country USA
- Region California
- SubRegion Central Coast
- Appellation Paso Robles
- Pending Delivery 0 (0%)
- In Cellars 263 (60%)
- Consumed 175 (40%)