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Community Tasting Notes (38) Avg Score: 92.7 points

  • Popped and poured. two glasses followed over 3 hours.

    Young, young, young. Baked maraschino cherry on the nose. Cough drop. Menthol. Baked stewed cherries and burnt orange rind on the slightly hot palate. A bit of fresh green beans on the palate as well. Another beguiling vegetable flavor we could not identify. Young. No secondary/tertiary development yet. Firm, nonfleshy wine. Finished medium/short length. This was all business.

    This was just OK tonight. (expectations were high) Bottle re-corked and placed in fridge. Will revisit in two days. I hope this evolves or is just 'dumb' now. Next bottle in 5+ years.

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  • Really good but need more time. 2020 or later b4 hits stride. Tannins still unresolved & bit tense & wine seeking its ultimate Dancing with The Grapes tango.

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  • Wow. So elegant and beautiful. All dusty rose and ripe strawberry. Structured and yielding. Fabulous wine.

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  • I think this 2008 really deviates from the typical Thomas profile. PNP: well made Oregon Pinot evolving into a blue fruit and anise profile which I haven't got from other Thomases - a Burgundian terroir aspect I don't associate with Oregon Pinot. After that some butterscotch emerged. Day 2: this wine picked up a lovely kirsch dimension. This is a complex, multidimensional evolving wine - amazing stuff! 95+

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  • Cherry and brick, shishito pepper, m&ms; dirt and tobacco; thrills you and sets you gently. Unique and surprising while still true to form; an exciting, elegant, and fulfilling wine.

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