Ma Langue Sourit (Luxembourg): Slight variation to the last bottle but again a nice showing. Beautiful strawberries, raspberries and cherries. This time the difference was a zingie backbone. Added a nice depth to the wine.
I will preface this note with the fact that wine has been somewhat inconsistent from bottle to bottle and this bottle was a standout. This wine is now rich red brown and dark in color. The only complaint was a slight haze. It has an aromatic nose of aged prunes, faint strawberries, smoke, and red licorice. It was full bodied with soft round tannins and a powerful flavor of baby port with prunes, strawberries, tangerines on the finish, with a highlight of white pepper and vanilla. The finish is long and luscious. Drink it now for it is at it's peak. Don't wait more than 9 months! We had it with the course and while there were no super strong cheese it complimented them all nicely.
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(Marcel Lapierre Morgon) Bricking med red color with pale meniscus; nice dried cherry and cranberry, mushroom nose; tasty, very tart dried red fruit, raspberry, cranberry, iron and mineral palate; medium finish 92+ pts.