Medium red-garnet color, clear-edged. Nose of rubber hose, roofing tar, fresh mushroom, celeriac, leather, cow's milk, and faint cherry. Low tannin and low acidity. Drinks better than it smells, saved by more fruit than the nose suggested would be present. Bottle #2 of two, from a weak vintage in CndP.
On the downward slope but still good. Not much by way of primary flavours but the secondary flavours are extraordinary. Meat, leather, tar, violets. A serious wine that forces a debate about whether brett is really a defect.
Solid. Dark crimson; spicy nose with a pleasant characteristic stink; mid weight, nice acidity, savory; medium finish. A bit rough, and without the punch of the best vintages, but charming nonetheless.
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