According to WA this is: 50% Monastrell, 25% Malbec, and 25% Petit Verdot aged for 13 months in French and American oak. Not long after I bought it, WA added the following to its on line review (which gave it 96 points) "(Note: Compaints based on different bottlings from what Mr. Miller tasted make us suspicious of what happened at the winery. Until further notice, readers are advised to bypass this wine.)"
Because I bought it before this came out, I had 4 bottles, which I promptly forgot about. I brought it to a tasting and explained that our expectations should be low. Turned out to be a very good to almost great wine. I don't know how my remaining three bottles will be, but I am going to drink them this year.
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