Beckett Tasting Group - Apr 2016: Deepest gold color of the three in the flight. Slow to open up on the nose, but it is becoming more expressive with some time. This is the lightest on its feet, very balanced, a bit of minerality, light tropical fruits, lemon/lime (but not too tart). The oak is in check, it’s not overly buttery, really nice wine and the best of the flight.
Drank this with company who preferred "white?" to the Caymus Cab that I was letting breath before dinner. Since I like to be ready for anything wine, this was already in ice, and it is also a Wagner wine. This was very nice to start off with and even went with the first bite of steak. I have a few 2103's to look forward to, but after that we'll have to see how our dollar does as this has gone up about 30% since I bought last time.
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