Tasting Notes for winedals

(6 notes on 6 wines)

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2/7/2019 - Anonymous wrote:
94 points
Surprised so few have remarked on the salinity... first note of first sip out of the gates. Let it sit for 2+ hours and really opened up and balanced out. Benchmark example of larger style Cal Syrah as some have said. Typically prefer more more traditional syrah profile now than when this was orderied years ago, so surprised to find it so enjoyable. First of the 06s opened with a few more left. Will see where it goes.
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11/25/2010 - Anonymous wrote:
Just entering full maturity. Very fine.
11/22/2009 - Anonymous wrote:
Forewarned by others notes, attempted cork removal very carefully, but cork still started to slip down the neck. Managed to retrieve in one piece. No faults here either.

Still a pale gold thanks to 20+ years in a very cold cellar and classic St Hune nose (Kerosene to me rather than petrol). Full bodied, mineral driven with perfect balance of fruit and acid. Just a superb St. Hune from what was, for others, an average vintage. This is in its prime, but with perfect storage, still see years ahead of it.
1988 Moulin de Duhart Pauillac Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
3/9/2008 - Anonymous wrote:
90 points
Night 1: Opened and not much going on...afraid DoA. Bricking, no nose to speak of, thin...Sorry that I had "lost" this in the cellar for so long.
Night 2: Poured another glass and, wow, this fleshed out and came around in 24 hours...medium bodied, supple, soft tannins, nice fruit, well balanced. What a surprise.
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