93 Points

Saturday, November 20, 2010 - Popped and poured. Deep, clear garnet color. My first impression of this wine was that, while the concentration was there, the rest of the wine seemed somewhat disjointed. After a couple of hours, the wine pulled itself together. The nose showed classic Dundee Hills sweet cherry and oyster shell. On the palate, the sweet cherry quickly gave way to concentrated layers of black cherry, sweet cherry, white pepper, cinnamon, and allspice. Strong mid-palate, long finish. I like the Winderlea version of this wine a lot, but this is better.

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