Drink these up if you have them. While a supposed premium single vineyard chard, turns out it has a plastic cork. This bottle was a ways down the back side of the hill...I find it troublesome that Iron Horse cheaped out on the cork...these were pretty darn good upon release and this was stored well. Beyond the oxidation, full bodied, deep golden and toasty carmel notes on the palate.
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