This is the second RoaC offering, from bordeaux bottle. Unfortunately it doesn't hold up to the frosh effort - so this is simply an average QPR effort this go around. Perhaps some aging for my second / final bottle will do the trick..
Delicious. More raspberry fruit-driven than I recall, but still showing the characteristic Reynvaan smoked meat tones. Ready to go on PnP and still shining on Night 2. Drink now or hold for a few years.
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(NV Result of a Crush Red Table Wine) Jumps straight out of the glass with saline, earthy funk, ash, and savory notes. The palate is fresh and elegant in style – my guess would be that there is a good chunk of 2011 fruit in here - but still with good depth and intensity of flavors and length on the finish. For those looking for an entry level Rocks wine to see what all the fuss is about, look no further. Drinks better on the second day than the first. 14.5% alcohol. Sample provided by winery.
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