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(DRC Romanee Conti) The last wine on this night ended up becoming one of a few people’s wines of the night. The 1926 DRC Romanee Conti had an ‘intense, liqueury texture,’ per Sir Robert. While redder in its fruit profile than the previous two, that unmistakable rusty smack, which was present and consistent in all three wines, could only be RC. Rich, hearty, big and long were the rest of my notes, right before I scribbled, ‘I’m toast’ (97).
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