2009 Bedrock Wine Co. Lorenzo’s Heirloom

Red Blend

  • USA
  • California
  • Sonoma County
  • Dry Creek Valley

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  • Loren Sonkin wrote: 87 points

    December 30, 2015 - Never really got this bottling. My wife, a huge Bedrock fan, didn't finish her glass and switched to Dragon's Milk Beer. I have had this a few times and its been quite consistent. Just not a lot of fruit here. Purple in color. The nose has leather, pepper and slight black raspberries. On the palate, plums. Enough fruit that I doubt there is any low level TCA, but not enough to make this wine great. Not enough complexity either. Its ok, but way below what I had hoped for. Oh well. My last bottle, we drank about half (normally a Bedrock wine is consumed quickly), and I will see if there is any change overnight.

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  • PSUSteve commented:

    12/30/15, 4:35 PM - I haven't had this yet. In the Bedrock retrospective earlier this year, Chris said not to touch for 5 years and that it will last for 20. Sounds like in 5 years, there will be little fruit left.

  • Loren Sonkin commented:

    12/31/15, 5:19 AM - I will certainly defer to Chris on knowing the site and his wine.

    I opened the remaining wine last night. It had not budged at all. This is good in terms of longevity but again, there was little fruit. What there was is mostly plums and dark. My wife, who likes fruit in her wines, tasted it and made me open something else. YMMV.

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