Bricking at the rim, the heavy fruit has mostly changed to sort of a Burgundian aroma, oddly. I'd say this is officially on its way to being "old zin," at least if this ex cellars specimen with a perfect cork is to be believed. Very Good.
$60/case on a stained label sale at the winery. Berry and yeast nose leads to some very nice berries and even some crispness and pepper on this medium-weight Zin. Not much finish and a little tannic, but very enjoyable with chili. Good+.
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