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Community Tasting Notes (10) Avg Score: 89.7 points

  • one of the nicer faiveleys I have had

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  • much lighter in color then the aux Moines. thought it would cherry, smelled like cherry, but doesn't really have much cherry flavor. after air no cherry, but earth and mushroom. solid.

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  • Seems closed early. Opened up after a lot of air

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  • Hmmm. I was surprisingly disappointed by this one, as the Faiv Caz is one of my perenial favorites. It has this garnet/crimson color with just a touch of bricking followed by subdued aromas of cranberry, red cherry, flowers, and rock. On the palate, this comes across as a bit lean and acidic and out of balance; while there is some mature red fruit here, i just kept waiting for this wne to open and expand -- which never happened. Reminds me of a lean 2008. Hopefully just bottle variation as I still have a few left in the cellar. From 375 mL.

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  • APPEARANCE: clear; pale ruby; medium legs & tears
    NOSE: clean; pronounced intensity; flavour characteristics: red fruits (strawberry, red cheery, cranberry), sweet spices (vanilla), forest floor; developing
    PALATE: dry; high acidity; medium body; medium+ tannin; medium+ alcohol; medium+ finish; medium+ flavour intensity; flavour characteristics: as per nose: red fruits (strawberry, cranberry), sweet spices (vanilla, white pepper), forest floor
    READINESS FOR DRINKING: Can drink now but has potential for further aging
    FURTHER REMARKS: Nice aromatic pinot, the lovely scent filled the room. On the palate it has a good balance, with crisp acidity; tannins still present so this wine still has some time ahead of it if it retains the fruit. Well made!

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  • By Stephen Tanzer
    March/April 2005, IWC Issue #119, (See more on Vinous...)

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  • By Stephen Tanzer
    March/April 2004, IWC Issue #113, (See more on Vinous...)

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