Tasting Notes for KPB

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Red
2016 Ovid Hexameter St. Helena Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
8/3/2020 - KPB Likes this wine:
93 points
A stunning wine, the 2016 Hexameter has a silky, voluptuous texture that opens to reveal an incredibly aromatic nose of griotte cherry and toffee, with hints of sage and mint, and leads into a perfectly balanced palate that showcases the fruit but in a poised, elegant, seamless framework. Bravo!
Red
7/31/2020 - KPB wrote:
89 points
A bit on the heavy side for Charvin. Chewy, classic rhone, but could use a bit more acidity and a bit less ripeness.
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Red
7/29/2020 - KPB wrote:
87 points
In a very classical style for the CDP region, the CV ‘05 showcases brambly blackberry fruit, garrigue and tar. Very drinkable but not a particularly elegant bottle, I would pair this with rare roast beef or leg of lamb or some other strongly flavored main dish.
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White
7/28/2020 - KPB wrote:
89 points
Very pale gold, with a nose showing yellow currents and beeswax, bitter orange peel, musk. Assertive palate showcases these old vines (Sylvaner, Riesling, others) at low yields harvested just shy of ripeness. Fantastic match for the spicy Indian food we ate last night, but a bit overpowering on its own.
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Red
7/18/2020 - KPB Likes this wine:
91 points
It must have been a hot vintage... the Sineann 2012 Resonance Reserve is dark in color, like a Sonoma Russian River PN, with an appealingly sweet nose of plums followed by hints of cracked walnuts and crushed mint. You find that sweetness up front on the ripe, lush palate, after which you pick up a less prominent tartness. The finish is fairly long, with satiny tannins and a saline note. Not the style I most often associate with this wine, but I like it a lot. Drinking extremely well now.
Red
6/28/2020 - KPB wrote:
92 points
This is really good right now! Dark ruby with spicy raspberry compote and a hint of honey on the nose. Sweet yet tart, richly structured, medium length finish. Don’t hesitate!
White
6/25/2020 - KPB wrote:
91 points
This is a Chardonnay (quite pure) from very old vines, low yield, in a somewhat neglected portion of the Chuy vineyards, a historically interesting dry-farmed vineyard in Napa. I tasted the wine in the summer of 2019. It was light in color in a tart style, like a crisp Chablis, yet with a really interesting chardonnay character. Stylistically, this reminds me strongly of the Arnot Roberts or Sandlands Chardonnay whites -- the opposite of your buttery, woody, exotically ripe California image. Among European producers, if you know Verget's wines, you might not be surprised to find this in the lineup. A one-time wine: the vineyard was replanted after this harvest.
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White
6/20/2020 - KPB Likes this wine:
93 points
An exceptional wine, the 2016 ZH St Urbain has relaxed over the past few years and is really great right now. A lovely yellow color, limpid in the glass, with a nose of mirabelle plums, yellow gooseberry, beeswax and white flowers. Rich and flavorful but with lively acidity and a stony mineral-inflected finish that persists in the mouth; just a tiny bit exotic, which made it an ideal match for the Vietnamese dinner we enjoyed it with. Just wonderful!
Red
6/16/2020 - KPB Likes this wine:
93 points
Bevan never holds back, and some of his wines strike me as awkward, but this 2015 Wildfoote Vixen is a case where his style works well. The wine is a powerhouse, but one with finesse. Black with hints of purple, so opaque that when I tilted my glass I still couldn't see anything through even the thinnest layer of liquid. The nose is all creme-de-cassis and oaky spice, with a sweet but elusive note of lavender pastilles barely perceptible. Maybe I'll add chocolate mint to that list. Quite a complex nose. In the mouth, the sweetness of the ripe fruit is set off by a tart presentation and a soft glove of tannins; I'm visualizing those white gloves opera-goers wear... A bit hot, like a vintage port (and you could mistake it for one). Long finish.

This wine is quite integrated and supple and really ready for business right now. Don't hesitate (but it will hold for many years). People who love rich, almost thick wines, would give this more like 96 or 97 pts. But even if my score is a measly 93, I actually like it a lot.
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Red
6/11/2020 - KPB Likes this wine:
93 points
Deep purple, this wine is all about sweet, very ripe fruit: on the nose, raspberry syrup, toffee, garrigue, violet pastilles. Once you sip it that impression of very sweet fruit dominates, but gradually fades to reveal satiny tannins and a very persistent finish. Quite good, and in fact if you love wines that are unabashedly sweet, sensational. Now obviously, this is a dry red, yet if you told me it was a young vintage port I might actually believe you! Still, who doesn't love candy? I have to admit: I like this wine, even if normally I prefer wine to be a bit less exuberant!

Probably reaching its peak but no hurry here -- if the wine is this good at age 13, it will still be rocking at age 18.
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Red
6/6/2020 - KPB wrote:
94 points
In a great place now, the 2010 Pegau is almost black in color, with a nose that just explodes from the glass. The first impression is of black caps, very ripe, with an overlay of roasted pecans. But there are so many nuances: garrigue, melted creosote, creme caramel. Richly flavored, powerful, very long finish. A bit too much Brett detracts on this particular bottle, and I’m marking the score down to reflect that: 94 instead of what might have been 95 or 96.
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Red
6/4/2020 - KPB wrote:
90 points
At age 12, a proof that Oregon PN can age extremely well. Medium ruby with a tawny hue, the nose shows pomegranate juice, spice and beeswax, with the barest hints of violets and forest loam. Tart yet ripe, lifted, very long finish. Lovely, still has a long future, but probably is at its peak now.

A quick comment on the score: when I opened this I actually was ready to go with 92pts (same as I gave it ten years ago). Not so much that it was a 92pt bottle in that moment, but it seemed to have the potential to improve more. But with air, the wine opened up and at the same time, some of the initial allure faded. I decided to notch my score down, accordingly, and settled on 90. And I adjusted my comment too: the wine may already be at its peak, and I would probably drink it now.
Red
6/2/2020 - KPB wrote:
This bottle is still solidly in its window. However, it may be slightly corked. The score should be 91 but I clicked “flawed” to be fair...

Ruby with a significant level of browning, the wine is satiny, with a lovely clarity. On the nose, red currents, beeswax, and a mushroom/loam aroma that perhaps is a bit too insistent (I wondered about TCA, and the cork is not in ideal shape, yet it doesn’t taste corked, so I’ll just chalk it up as reduction). Tart and yet with vivid fruit, again red currents, and a very long mineral finish. Outstanding wine, but definitely time to drink it!
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Rosé
5/29/2020 - KPB wrote:
89 points
Delicate palate pink, with a nose showing rose water, fresh brioche, pink grapefruit. Light and elegant, with yellow-current flavors and a lovely fruit.
White
5/26/2020 - KPB wrote:
90 points
A really enjoyable albeit simple Pinot Gris. Clean, crisp, rich mouthfeel but not excessively sweet or overripe.
Red
5/24/2020 - KPB Likes this wine:
93 points
I worried that this would be too young, but in fact the Clajeux is already drinking well.

The wine is dark in color, yet has a cool-climate personality: you can tell that yields were low and that the vines worked hard to come up with this very distinctive fruit. The nose is quite aromatic, showcasing the barest hint of menthol over black current compote, beeswax, sage. Flavorful and ripe, but not sweet: this wine is in a slightly tart, balanced style with lifted acidity that really frames the story, and has a firm but soft tannic spine, long finish.

When I bought this, I was hoping to avoid the kind of Napa cherry creme caramel one sometimes finds, and without question, this bottle is in my comfort zone. Plus, I bet it can improve for 20 years... a rare statement to be able to make about a Napa cabernet these days!
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White
5/23/2020 - KPB Likes this wine:
90 points
A very light, pure, delicate Chenin Blanc, with tart fruit and a mineral finish. Slightly musky note on the tail of the nose. I like it!
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Red
5/18/2020 - KPB wrote:
92 points
Quite a nice effort, the 2010 is medium bodied with a spicy nose showcasing blackberries, verbena and toffee. Sweet but rich, the fruit is ripe here without dominating, nice acidity and good length. Ready to drink now, but should hold at this level for five years or more.
White
5/17/2020 - KPB wrote:
98 points
An exceptional Northern Rhone white... rich gold, satiny texture. The nose just leaps from the glass with aromas of ripe golden gooseberries, pear, bitter orange marmalade, hints of caramel. Powerful and rich in the mouth yet with substantial acidity, and a remarkable long mineral finish. Drink now or hold for as long as you like...
Red
5/14/2020 - KPB wrote:
91 points
Needed air... too oaky on opening.

Wow. Deep purple, the wine has an instantly appealing nose of sweet-spicy red raspberries (think of just-picked berries on a hot summer day...), maybe a hint of pecans and kirsch. Ripe but not at all overripe, the palate is flavorful and soft. Perhaps a tiny bit too much new oak on the finish: Grenache is easily overwhelmed by any sappy flavor, which is why Rayas is aged in 40-year old cases lined with a cement-like tartar accusation. But the issue is minor.

I was hoping this would be a ringer for Rayas, and it comes close. That spicy nose is irresistible. Absolutely delicious.
White
5/13/2020 - KPB wrote:
97 points
Delicious now, although it will be fascinating to watch this age, the 2016 Blanc is straw yellow, with a limpid, rich texture. The nose is honeyed, showcasing yellow Cape gooseberry and Lingonberry aromas, lemon curd, bitter orange marmalade. Almost shockingly concentrated, with the fruit and acids balanced yet intense, touch of bitterness on the endless finish. My wife finds this a bit too concentrated right now, but I love it. On the other hand, I had salmon tonight, and she went for shrimp...
Red
5/12/2020 - KPB wrote:
91 points
Fully mature, the 2010 St Cosme has a deep blackish purple hue, and leaves noticeable tears in the glass. The nose still centers on red cherries and garrigue, but has evolved a pronounced scented geranium aroma that somehow works well with the fruit, but still is a bit peculiar. On the palate, the fruit is flavorful but not sweet, tannins have relaxed but remain quite evident. Finish is a bit oaky. Very enjoyable, but a bit unbalanced if you pause to think about it. I would serve this soon, with bbq or some other grilled meat, maybe a leg of lamb with garlic and Provençal herbs... something strongly flavored.
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White
5/6/2020 - KPB Likes this wine:
91 points
Really nice! I’ve never had this varietal and didn’t know what to expect. The wine is a bit like a dry Pinot Blanc, with a delicately floral nose showing honeydew melon, peach, yellow plums, vanilla. Nice acidity and real verve on the long, flavorful palate. The mouthfeel here is an interesting mix of silky and light, lifted by the crisp acids. I wish I had gone for more than just one bottle!
Red
5/1/2020 - KPB Likes this wine:
91 points
A very nice PN from the hills above Bodega Bay. Saturated ruby, with a spicy nose dominated by red currents, hints of scented geranium and strawberry pate de fruit. The fruit is ripe but not sweet, medium acidity, mineral and slightly saline finish.
Red
4/30/2020 - KPB wrote:
89 points
Not a bad wine, the blend is a juicy cabernet blend with sweetly ripe fruit in a soft glove of tannins. On the nose a bit nondescript, but this is a wine I would happily drink by the glass at any restaurant or hotel bar. For my personal cellar, well, I might not buy more, but I actually recommend it.
White
4/29/2020 - KPB wrote:
90 points
An assertive style of sauvignon blanc, the Tench 2019 will thrill fans of big, buttery California Chardonnay who want to try something different, yet not insipid. You pick this up immediately from the nose: grassy, with a lovely yellow floral undertone and aromas of ripe yellow plums, white peaches and other stony fruits. In the mouth, quite powerful for this varietal: a wine well matched to rich seafood dishes like Coquilles St. Jacques in a cheesy béchamel or perhaps a Thai seafood curry. Long finish.
Red
2009 Tenuta di Biserno Biserno Toscana IGT Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
4/28/2020 - KPB wrote:
Quite a good table wine, yet it lacks any real distinction. In a rich, flavorful style. Nose has some resinous tones on cassis... sweet attack, soft tannins. Maybe in a sullen mood? I would rate this 89 but instead I won’t post a score.
Red
4/23/2020 - KPB wrote:
90 points
At age 17, this bottle is still quite fresh, and is actually in better shape than a bottle opened five years ago! Medium mahagony. The nose is very aromatic, with sour cherry, forest loam, tar, raspberry pastille. Perhaps some hints of VA. Tart but not sour, the flavors here run towards a darker, meatier expression of Syrah, almost charcuterie. Long finish... quite good, mature, better than I had expected.
Red
4/21/2020 - KPB wrote:
90 points
This first vintage from Tench was a tough year all around in Napa, between the very cold and rainy spring and then the extreme heat spikes during the summer (to say nothing of the fall fires). Their neighbor, Screaming Eagle, apparently didn't make much wine at all. Tench released a fairly small number of bottles, according to the owner. I would say that the wine is a promising start, but that they need a little more time before they can produce what the site is really capable of.

The wine is in a style I associate with Russ Bevan, who is apparently a partner in the project and presumably either made the wine or at least was an advisor. On opening, you can't help but be struck by the color: very deep purple, but also a bit murky. No filtered stuff here! The nose evolved over a three hour period, and I plan to watch it for at least a full day. At first the dominating impression was warm yeasty brioche with concord grape jelly. With three hours to breath the wine is showing a bit more complexity. The nose is still quite fruit-driven and primary, but now I'm finding nuances that a bit of bottle aging will bring out: toffee, hints of eucalyptus, and a sweet candied cassis lozenge note. Rich with a supple palate, but a bit disjointed right now, showing some sharp edges, and a touch of bitterness on the finish. The wine wants to have a creamy finish but a hint of bitterness intrudes, probably from pips that didn't achieve full maturity (or there could have been some whole clusters in the blend).

I would let your bottles sleep for 5-6 years but then I might drink them; right now this is too young to really enjoy, but in the larger picture I'm guessing that this wine will peak quite young and given the vintage, may not be the most representative of what will be the house style, either. But balance isn't a thing that appears magically, and this particular vintage isn't likely to seem balanced even with age.

After 12 hours: The wine is a little more knit together with 12 hours to breath, can be enjoyed this way (after just 2 or 3, not so much...). I would say that it is very much a Russ Bevan style of wine: even the knit together version is a powerhouse red, very ripe and extracted. It has a slightly creamy texture that came out with more air, and that woody bitterness is less evident. If you love Alpha Omega ERA, you'll think this is even better and in a similar style, and will be shocked by my unfairly low scoring...

If I could offer a bit of advice to the Tench team, I might suggest easing back a little on the concentration and ripeness: to me that slight bitterness suggests a very long extraction, which the material may not really have been up to in 2017.
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Red
4/17/2020 - KPB wrote:
95 points
A fantastic syrah, already very enjoyable to drink. On pop and pour, the wine is inky purple, with a really expressive, interesting nose: concentrated blueberries, garrigue, caramel, lavender. The nose evolves over a few hours to have more of a charcuterie character with meaty dimensions, black olives. Sweet fruit in a very satiny, rich wrapping that fades to tingling acidity... On the midpalate I get an interesting hard-to-place flavor that I'll call black-olive tapenade. At its peak after about 2 hours open.
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Red
4/12/2020 - KPB Likes this wine:
94 points
really lovely right now with the most impressive purity of raspberry aromas and fruit that you can imagine. Medium bodied, a luminous garnet-amber color, and this incredible nose that takes the basic ripe raspberry aromas and then overlays hints of molten white chocolate, espresso, anise. Very long finish...
Red
4/8/2020 - KPB Likes this wine:
91 points
An excellent wine from Margalit, and in fact I don't remember ever having a better cabernet franc from Israel. Very dark, with a nose showing spicy blackberry, hints of menthol or perhaps red pepper, beeswax. On the palate, tart with barely-ripe cassis framed by that lifting acidity and a soft tannic glove. Long finish -- ideal wine tonight (Passover, although this is not a kosher bottling).
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White
4/6/2020 - KPB wrote:
91 points
An enjoyable change from the most common white wines, the Verdicchio is a luminescent gold, really lovely, with a striking nose of basswood honey, ripe pineapple, and other tropical fruits. Surprisingly dry after that sweet nose (it had me expecting a Sauternes), the palate is actually firmly tart, with quince or apple flavors, and a long finish. Quite an unexpected wine in good ways, but not for everyday drinking. I would pair this with a rich pate, a blue cheese, or perhaps with Thai or Vietnamese or even Burmese curry... something with a coconut milk sauce, perhaps. It would be a fantastic match. In fact with the right food, Ian’s 94 pt score would make a lot of sense.
Red
4/5/2020 - KPB Likes this wine:
95 points
A lovely wine, the 2005 Beaucastel is really in its window now. Deeply colored, the nose is extremely complex and spicy with a mix of ripe cassis, plums, red licorice, and cherry pastilles. There is a hint of freshly mowed hay too, but barely perceptible. On the palate, tart and Burgundian, like a Syrah, with the fruit just barely ripe and the soft tannins and lifting acidity really telling the main story. Long mineral support... a sensational wine!
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Red
4/2/2020 - KPB wrote:
89 points
Medium ruby, amber tint. A prune-inflected nose gives way to very ripe raspberries and garrigue, then toffee. But the 2007 VD highlights a stylistic weakness I sometimes am struck by at this domain: their wines can seem awkwardly put together and unbalanced. Here I would say that comes through on the palate: some of the underlying grenache was probably overripe, and they tried to compensate with rather tart syrah in the blend. It works, to a degree, with that note of sweetness that appeals to many rhone fans, but the wine seems hot (14.5%) and a bit brutish.
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Red
3/30/2020 - KPB Likes this wine:
89 points
I really like Sineann’s 2018 Wy’East. The wine is dark with a lovely nose showcasing plums, strawberries and red licorice. This is still a bit unevolved, but swirling reveals hints of the spicy character the vineyard is known for (a few years aging really brings it out). The fruit is ripe but not at all overripe, with an appealing structure: modest acidity, soft tannins. 89 now but could merit 91 at peak in 3-5 years.
White
3/29/2020 - KPB Likes this wine:
91 points
A year later, the 2018 is somewhat less exciting: the lively acidity has receded just enough to give the wine a slightly flabby feel. Pale, almost like yellow-tinted water, with a nose showing a penetrating note of yellow cape gooseberry, some lime zest, brioche. Sappy and lifted, medium finish.
Red
3/27/2020 - KPB Likes this wine:
95 points
Drinking exceptionally well, the Clos du Mont-Olivet 2010 is still very dark in color, but has evolved since I last tried it in 2014. Today the wine has a highly expressive nose of black-cap raspberry and garrigue, with hints of melted red licorice. Lovely intensity in the mouth, with a rich palate, sweet fruit balanced by satiny tannins, and a very long mineral finish. Solidly in its window... but no hurry here.
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Red
3/21/2020 - KPB wrote:
90 points
Very tough with a menthol aroma until it had an hour to breath, but then started to open up and lost the breath-mint note. Brambly black raspberry and currents, toffee, apricots (!). A powerhouse but in a good way.
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Red
3/19/2020 - KPB Likes this wine:
94 points
Delicious! The 2006 has a black/garnet hue, slightly amber tint on the rim. A perfumed black cherry nose with beeswax and red licorice. Sweet yet tart and enrobed in a sort of satiny glove. The finish is fairly short. Highly recommended if you own this: a wine at its peak.
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Red
3/10/2020 - KPB wrote:
88 points
Quite nice to drink now. Call it a good bistro table wine. Dark mahagony with a slightly tawny rim, nose shows red currents and wax, stone dust, spice. Lovely palate, short finish, supple. Not an intellectual experience, but drinking very well right now.
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Red
3/9/2020 - KPB wrote:
88 points
Quite good right now! Light, supple, aromatic... drink up!
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White
3/5/2020 - KPB wrote:
87 points
A nice aperitif wine. A very pale yellow wine, watery-looking, with a nose of peaches and flowers. A bit sweet, very much a peach-flavored SB, with a hint of musk late on the palate.
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Red
3/3/2020 - KPB wrote:
92 points
Drinking really well, the regular Asili is a light bodied, elegant wine with a lovely amber-tinted mahagony color, and an elegant nose of red currents, rose petals, beeswax, melted creosote. That light, elegant feel continues in the mouth: red currents (sweet-tart), soft tannins, very long finish.
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Red
2011 Bond St. Eden Napa Valley Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
3/1/2020 - KPB wrote:
94 points
Delicious right now, the 2011 St. Eden is nearly black with a ruby rim, and has a nose that leans towards the briary, tobacco side of cabernet (it reminds me of the Montrose 1990, in fact). I find eucalyptus oil on the ripe blackcap nose, then vanilla and black chocolate as the fruit aromas fade into background. The tobacco note is more evident on the powerful, slightly bitter palate, which has polished tannins and a long finish. Great performance for a difficult vintage!
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Red
2/28/2020 - KPB Likes this wine:
96 points
Wow, this wine is amazing right now!

Medium ruby with a nose that just leaps from the glass: the purest raspberry aroma you can imagine, overlayed with toffee and spice. So pure and ethereal, it just floats on the palate: sweet, but with Burgundian acidity, yet such soft tannins, and the finish is endless. My wife asked for a sip -- she could smell it from her side of the table and said that it was stunning, and that sums it up. When Marcoux VV is "on" you can't find a better pure Grenache. And this bottle is hitting on all cylinders!
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Red
2/26/2020 - KPB Likes this wine:
96 points
Still very young, the 2011 La Landonne is a genuinely classy wine. Dark as night, the wine has a very slightly satiny texture. Extremely aromatic and totally sexy: Black Cherry, cracked walnuts, beeswax, and toffee on the nose. Rather tart and a bit tight, the wine needs a lot of air and really should be left in the cellar for another decade. Yet even now the purity of the fruit and the soft polish of the tannins make for an irresistible combination. Immense promise!
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Red
2/23/2020 - KPB wrote:
96 points
Deep red with a bluish hue. Even with air, this wine is much too young to drink now, but it shows a lot of promise and it has the potential to be wonderful if you are willing to wait 10 years or more, and if it integrates better with bottle age. On the nose, stone dust and cassis pastille, blueberry compote, mint, some vegetal notes. Intensely flavorful, the fruit here is ripe but just barely, in a tight fist of tannin with substantial acidity. Quite a long finish. I’ll call it (92-96?) points... it will be interesting to revisit in a decade or so. CT records this as 96, but I’m unsure.

But I also want to add a cautionary note. In some very dry, hot settings like Israel, you find wines where cabernet never fully ripens, and they mask the green woody notes with a sweeter and riper grape like Syrah. Those blends rarely work for me. I don’t know Carmaniere but this wine reminds me of those, and if it falls into that category, it could unknit as it ages. You end up with a more and more evident blend in which the components age in different directions and just aren’t harmonious. I won’t say firmly that this wine is fated to go that route, but simply that it will take ten years to know. If so, my 96 will turn out to have been much too high.
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Red
2/21/2020 - KPB wrote:
93 points
Fully mature, the 2004 Laurence has a lively and interesting nose that features black cherry, spice-cake, red licorice, vanilla. The nose was really exceptional, in fact, but unfortunately the midpalate turned out to be a bit disjointed and unbalanced: a little hot, a little overripe, and I found a hint of shellac or walnuts that to me suggest the wine perhaps needed to have been bottled without seeing quite so much oxygen in the barrel (the cuvee Laurence ages a few years longer than the Reserve, and this can be an issue with it as it ages). Basically, a bottle that has started to decline but still has a good life before it loses appeal.
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Red
2/21/2020 - KPB Likes this wine:
97 points
In the 4 years since I last tried this wine it has just exploded with aromatic nuance and richness. I significantly underrated it in 2016. Absolutely stunning right now, and WOTN for our dinner. Essentially everyone put it head and shoulders ahead of every other wine on the table (including some exceptional competition).

Dark, with a heady, wild nose of black cherry liqueur, garrigue, tobacco and licorice. Rich yet balanced, with just the level of acidity needed to keep the fruit from seeing fully ripe. Polished tannins. An irresistible bottle -- try one if you own it! At this point it will probably hold for around 6-8 years but I suspect it is already at peak, and in fact by 8-10 years from now will surely start to decline.
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