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(Clos de Tart) had a gorgeous, seductive nose with great aromatics of rose, smokehouse, gardenias, pinches of menthol and leather, red cherry, sexy musk and light , underlying earth. Ruth observed how it was 'unlike anything I have ever smelled,' while Teona noticed its 'stinky wood.' Rob found it 'Baroloesque.' While the nose was complex, the palate was delicate and easy. Worcestershire crept in to join its menthol flavors, and the wine softened yet held in the glass
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