Tasting Notes for Keith Levenberg

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White
2/18/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
92 points
This is the first vintage I've had of this that actually tastes true feinherb, indeed on the drier side of feinherb - I would have guessed way less sugar than the 24 g/l noted in the MFW note. That's in serious contrast to the 2015 and 2012, both of which tasted spatlese-sweet to me. This is crisp and acute with pale, racy flavors of yuzu and pineapple rind, dancing on the edge of ripeness but cool and refreshing for it.
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Red
2nd Annual Sommelier Appreciation Dinner (Undisclosed Location): Greatness surely ahead, but significantly ahead, this was way too young to deliver much today. Toasted oakspice nose with a bit of berry. On the palate the tannin is front and center but some fruit seeps in around the edges with an impression of thick skinned black cherries.
Red
2/3/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
96 points
2nd Annual Sommelier Appreciation Dinner (Undisclosed Location): The Latour cranked the fruit intensity up several notches from the Lafite. This cranks the fruit intensity up several notches from the Latour - somehow manages to be even more inky and saturating though in much lighter, redder tones than the deep blue/black Latour, with super-fresh, almost snappy cranberry and raspberry flavors, turning deeper on the back end with something almost charcoal-like. The tannin is much gentler than the Pauillacs. A marvelous terroir tour with everything playing to classic type.
Red
2/3/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
96 points
2nd Annual Sommelier Appreciation Dinner (Undisclosed Location): Surely a 50+ year wine. Aromas are tight, with a bit of walnut. This is seriously tannic but in an appropriately grand fashion, arching like a cathedral. It's packed with deep, dark blueberry and blackberry fruit, piercingly intense and saturating (and it would have to be to charge through all that structure - which it does). This is still youthfully inky and primary compared to the Lafite and if I preferred the Lafite by a notch it was only for that reason; this is not as far along but it's gonna be an epic journey.
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Red
2/3/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
97 points
2nd Annual Sommelier Appreciation Dinner (Undisclosed Location): Starts out with a strongly smoky aroma, in fact smoky to the point of austerity like we were just sat in the smoking section (remember those?). But then some sweet fruit emerges and charges a path through the smoke like a comet. The texture is incomparably finessed and fine-knit in the fashion that distinguishes Lafite from all the other firsts and it's stacked with an array of "how did all this come from grapes?" flavors, most enticingly the funk of black truffle. It was interesting to try this just a few weeks after the '89 because many of those deeper, soil-driven flavors that knocked my socks off in the '89 are here too, just not as boldly as there's a sense in which this still has some more blossoming to do.
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Red
2nd Annual Sommelier Appreciation Dinner (Undisclosed Location): Mouton vs. Lafite flight pits the legendary '86 Mouton against the less-legendary '90 Lafite... but the Lafite was the winner on my scorecard. The aromas here were sweet, with some figginess surfacing with air, but still holding things close to the vest. The palate is still very, very tannic, the tannin practically reverberating into more tannin, but it does show some nuttiness and dark fruit with that sur-maturite on the nose manifesting in some pruniness on the back end. I let this sit to see what develops and it did start to show some more classic Pauillac pencil scents, albeit faintly, but didn't budge much.
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Red
Drank with the 1996 Roumier Chambolle & I preferred this one - they actually weren't all that dissimilar, starting out pale bricked and slightly autumnal, except this popped on the back end with an array of deeply toned details evoking things like black truffle, freshly turned soil, etc., "sous bois" if you want to call it that. This has found itself in a nice place - the prior bottle I had from this lot (a Charmes), which should have more upside than this, was not this good just two years ago.
Red
Lean but nicely polished - whatever tannins were here are totally resolved. There's a verdant leafiness, almost minty, freshening up a fruit profile that starts out on the autumnal side. Nothing primary is left though it feels a bit short of fully mature because it's not hitting any notes on the low end of the scale. Maybe it needs a little more time to unlock them or maybe it just is what it is.
Red
2/12/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
95 points
Setting aside the Big Two, this has to get my nod as the best Margaux of the vintage, and it's showing even more now than it did last year. For present enjoyment that cuts in both directions because while it's offering more layers of deep, richer flavor it's also flexing quite a lot more tannic muscle, a real wall of structure that you have to get through. But the balance is exquisite, everything is put together just so, with snappy red currant fruit mixed with warmer blueberry flavors and a robust minerality hinting at metal shavings. It's thick-skinned but bursting with inner sweetness, way more than the much mellower showing last year indicated. This is also much more solid and robust than I remember it. There is a whole lot packed in here.
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White
2/11/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
95 points
It would be morally wrong to dick around with your friends by secretly pouring a $25 wine in a Coche-Dury bottle but if you were going to do it, this would be a damn good wine to try it with
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Red
2/9/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
97 points
This was one of my favorite 2009 Beaujolais on release. ~8 years on it's not even close - nothing else is showing anywhere close to this well right now. Possibly it still has some development ahead of it, but don't miss the zone it's in at this very moment. The aroma alone has that evocative, symphonic complexity that keeps you sniffing the glass for 5 minutes before you even feel ready to give it a taste. Can't describe any of the particulars except to say that it is deep and super-succulent with stuff I can only put in the miscellaneous category of earthy funk, not to be confused with simple chemical-flaw funks. On the palate the wine has streamlined itself since release, and it's just as silky and refined but has shed much of its sweet baby fat.
Red
2/3/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
97 points
2nd Annual Sommelier Appreciation Dinner (Undisclosed Location): Sweet dulce de leche and dark chocolate on the nose, cedary on the entry but then a core of dark berry fruit emerges. Still a whole lotta tannin but refined and brushed like merino wool, and gets finer and finer as it sits in the glass, eventually turning to silk while the fruit picks up a slightly brothy savor. Not much else besides Chambertin can be this refined and robust, simultaneously. Still, it is very primary, the sweet fruit very young and far behind other '02s in development (many of which have shed all the sweet fat and are now closed or closing) - this will need many years to show any kind of maturity, but a mighty fine treat today just the same.
White
2/3/2019 - Keith Levenberg wrote:
89 points
2nd Annual Sommelier Appreciation Dinner (Undisclosed Location): Clean, slightly minty nose at first, then starts showing some caramel and raw wood. Fruit is on the exotic, tropical side, but a bit lean and hollow for Coche, not at all the usual heavy footprint.
White
2nd Annual Sommelier Appreciation Dinner (Undisclosed Location): Sorry. I have never been able to get anything out of these Nikolaihof Vinotheks and this one is no exception - I think if you want the payoff from aged riesling you have to age them in bottle, not tank. Tastes like a generic white wine that could have been pressed last year.
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White
2/3/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
95 points
2nd Annual Sommelier Appreciation Dinner (Undisclosed Location): This wine has been good to me, never disappointed over the last decade and frankly never even really budged. First sip could easily have fooled me as a recent vintage. With a bit of time in the glass it shows more development, getting more golden in tone, a layer of something more exotic like chamomile or something under the fruit. It's still chiseled and crunchy, more solid than liquid like always.
White
2/3/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
95 points
2nd Annual Sommelier Appreciation Dinner (Undisclosed Location): Gorgeous wine that wasn't getting its due attention with all the fancy labels flying around. Pretty sure this is the oldest Cotat Sancerre I've ever had, and it tastes nearly as fresh as young Cotat Sancerre except the body is cranked up to 11 - dense and oily in texture even though it barely seems to have gotten deeper or darker. It's so clean, feels like it was made with equal parts fruit and aloe cream.
White - Sparkling
2/3/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
95 points
2nd Annual Sommelier Appreciation Dinner (Undisclosed Location): Actually the most explosive aromatically of the Krugs, which is saying something as the '85 and '95 were not shy flowers. But there's a ton happening in the nose of this one, from sweaty funk to sawdust to juicy fried chicken (!), though on the palate it's still (natch) by far the youngest and least developed, with bright lemony fruit and an abrasive fizz. Out of magnum.
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White - Sparkling
2/3/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
97 points
2nd Annual Sommelier Appreciation Dinner (Undisclosed Location): This was a surprise to me (can't really recall anyone marveling at 1995 vintage Champagne), but maybe it shouldn't have been. This really wasn't all that far behind the stellar '85. Actually smells more butterscotchy and candied than the '85, but it's just as precise to taste. On the front end it has a rich, aged candied sweetness which turns bracing, bright, and lemony on the back end with a finishing wave of chalkiness. From a magnum.
White - Sparkling
2/3/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
96 points
2nd Annual Sommelier Appreciation Dinner (Undisclosed Location): Terrific Salon. Perhaps the most Salon-like tasting new release since the 1999. For example, the 2004 recently just tasted like generic young champagne to me. But the sunny vintage here might have brought out some character more precociously than usual. The texture is finessed, as undulating and velvety as a wine can be while still being fizzy. The otherwise youthful lemony flavors are starting to show some sweet jamminess around the edges. Out of magnum.
Red
2nd Annual Sommelier Appreciation Dinner (Undisclosed Location): Tough to get a read on this one unfortunately. Felt very dry and austere. Meant to come back to it after some airing out but never got there.
Red
2nd Annual Sommelier Appreciation Dinner (Undisclosed Location): Highlight of the Leroy flight. Dense and packed, you can practically feel those famous Leroy low yields. Glossy fruit but as much savory as sweet, nicely developed and another '96 that's in the zone.
Red
2nd Annual Sommelier Appreciation Dinner (Undisclosed Location): Some raisining here. Either not a good bottle or not a good wine. (Did the fruit get roasted in the cellar or the vineyard?)
White - Sparkling
2/3/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
99 points
2nd Annual Sommelier Appreciation Dinner (Undisclosed Location): Lights-out stuff. Champagne doesn't get much better than this. *Wine* doesn't get much better than this - this was probably my favorite wine all night in a night packed with magnificent wines. Precise and acute with all of the energy and crispness of young Champagne, but the fruit is developed to the point of pure sumptuousness. The bright lemony flavors have turned to lemon confiture with a rich honeyed character and a touch of fine metal shavings on the back end. Color is still a vibrant yellow. From a magnum.
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Red
2015 Château Beychevelle St. Julien Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
Starts out promising, with snappy blackberry fruit on a slender frame with some toasty cedar in the background. But there's this not-so-fresh feeling on account of the edgy, drying tannins and a whiff of old used books, and that woodiness segues from fancy cedar to something more like decaying driftwood on the back end. Not corked, but I'll reserve judgment whether this is representative until I can try another bottle.
Red
1/30/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
95 points
Heavy CO2 to shake out (and a strange hairspray-like scent that lasted all of about 10 seconds before it blew off), but otherwise this seems almost old-fashioned compared to so many other burgundies today because it is totally unapologetic about the natural richness of the vintage. This is one of the densest, boldest 2015s I've had so far, with dark plum and cranberry fruit playing at the deeper end of the scale, while at the same time packing all that material into a slender figure with an ultra-refined silky texture. The fruit concentration borders on saucy but the proportions and texture are lean and feminine. Terrific wine.
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White
1/29/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
93 points
This is surprisingly luscious by GG standards; it's at nearly the same level of drinkability as the '1896' feinherb and doesn't give the impression of being as aggressively dry as GG usually connotes. The fruit comes across thick and creamy though the flavors are still pale and high-toned with those same yuzu-like flavors I'm tasting across the lineup, which would normally have translated into something austere but for its richness and generous texture. Palate is pure fruit, but aroma-wise it smells like a salt lick.
Red
1/28/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
93 points
Really nice boutique Margaux in a Margaux vintage, yet it seems this chateau will keep squeaking by under the radar. This one's got significantly more personality than most of the appellation's classified growths (the words "commercial style" or some variant appear in like a half dozen of my 2015 Margaux TNs) though with the fruit dialed back from saturation levels into a more classic red currant and fresh orchard fruit base that leaves enough negative space in its medium-bodied frame to highlight the non-fruit elements, in this case a powerful mineral sensation of metal shavings and pencil lead. Though the fruit isn't heavy it has enough youthful energy at this point to balance out the muscular tannin, although there's enough of that there to make this a likely candidate to close up.
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Red
1/27/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
95 points
Truly exquisite Volnay and one of the most impressive 2015s I've had to date. Also one of the most impressive wines I've ever had from Bitouzet-Prieur, which tends to make a naturally understated style, so when a vintage like 2015 comes along and doubles down on the elegance while adding a whole extra gear of material, good things happen. Moderate CO2 to shake out and then it's a no-doubter with its satiny texture and pure, restrained fruit inflected with florals like violet and lavender. Behind that there is a deeper bass line suggesting black truffles and bittersweet chocolate though the wine tightens up and gets shyer with time in the glass, so definitely don't miss what it has to offer from the first pop (after shaking out that CO2!).
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Red
This is, to be sure, very far from my preferred style of Bordeaux. It smells like syrupy, saucy red-berry fruit and toasted cedary oak, and tastes basically the same, but it's built in a way that still has a Bordeaux-like figure and proportions - no fat or coloring outside the lines here. For something so ripe and toasty, this is still civilized and not inelegant. If I knew anyone who still drank California or Aussie crap this would be a perfect gateway bottle to wean them off it.
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Red
Next to the Roilette Tardive, and they've developed in a very similar way - the fruit is juicy and crunchy and fresh as a daisy. That's even more of a surprise on this bottle than it was on the Tardive though, because on release this was gamy and funky and earthy and now there's none of that; the primary fruit is front and center. It does seem to have another layer of stuffing, though, along with some thick tannin that doesn't dry out the wine all that much but does give it a more challenging, grittier texture.
Red
My first taste of this since the time of release, and it hasn't aged much. It's not that it tastes the same but it still tastes like a wine that's fresh out of the gate, with that crunchy gamay fruit and juicy thirst-quenching factor, finishing with some crushed rock on the back end. Maybe it's a little more angular and a less silky than it was, as though it shed a little '09 flesh but the fruit at the core stayed in suspended animation. This has more of what I think of as a 2010 vintage profile than 2009.
Red
1/23/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
95 points
Add one to the very short list of producers that managed to make great wine in 1997. This is showing beautifully and nothing about it suggests it came from an extreme year, much less a year which has long been toast from most addresses. This is in a much fresher state even than the successes I've had (mostly Jadot), as this still has vibrant red-berry fruit presented in a plush and mouthfilling form. The fruit standing alone easily tastes a decade younger than it is, but it has that dense, bloodlike saturation that reflects the payoff of bottle age, with the structure nicely melted in.
Red
1/23/2019 - Keith Levenberg wrote:
flawed
Dumped on account of apparent V.A.
Red
1/23/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
94 points
Seems the '96s have been teasing readiness for so long and then curling back into their shells, but my god, this '96 from Courcel is finally and unambiguously there! The aromatics are soft but entirely tertiary. The palate is just packed with dense, glossy material that still shows freshness of fruit but has the sève and sticky grip that only comes from bottle age having given it its time in the stockpot. The tertiary notes are hard to put a finger on but add darker tones and generally contribute to the boldness of the whole package. This is still robust with a ton of solidity but the tannins appear mostly polished by that glossy veneer. This is drinking great now and will keep going for a long time.
Red
1/21/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
94 points
Medium-to-heavy CO2 to shake out. A bit more challenging and spinal than the Vosne village wines this vintage, but this feels pretty classic Beaux Monts, which often seems to have some high-elevation austerity to me. This features the textbook Vosne spice aromas though in a tighter, closer-to-the-vest fashion than the village wines. On the palate it's remarkable right off the bat for its fine, slender, supremely silky material - so much more finessed than the rock-hard Grivots of a few years ago but it still has a sense of tautness and tension and a fruit profile on the bleeding edge of ripeness; in fact it takes some airtime before whatever's filling out the palate coalesces into anything fruity at all. It veers to the darker (still edgily ripe) blackberry side of the spectrum with time in the glass though never sweetens up into anything overtly ripe and and seizes up on the back end into a stony iron ore.
Red
1955 J. Thorin Musigny Musigny Grand Cru Pinot Noir
11/15/2015 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
90 points
Very, very good for what it is, though I'm not sure how much of what it is is what it says it is. Like all of the other Thorins I've had, I'm convinced there is some grenache in here. Whatever it is, it is very ripe and sunny with a glossy, saucy veneer and sweet compote berry flavors. I do like this better than the Clos Vougeot of the same vintage last year, which didn't have the same level of either ripeness or freshness - the profile of this is more in line with the 1959s, sweet, ripe, and plush with the red-fruit flavors remarkably primary. There is some black stoniness adding some darker shades to it, but that about sums it up. From a Musigny I feel like I want more breed and personality from this, but for a 60-year-old wine with its fruit in suspended animation, this is pretty impressive... again, for what it is. I think others were higher on this one than I was.
Red
1959 J. Thorin Grands-Echezeaux Grands-Echezeaux Grand Cru Pinot Noir (view label images)
11/15/2015 - Keith Levenberg wrote:
86 points
This started out smelling a little bit volatile but tasted fine and settled in okay. Then the aroma became sweet and candied, again with a sweetness and dense raspberry sauciness that always makes me suspect a little grenache in these wines. I was hoping more personality would emerge if I could save some in the glass all night, the way it did with the '59 Clos Vougeot the last two trips, but here it stays pretty much the same, sweet-fruited and primary till the end. Tasty wine in that vein, but a one-note.
Red
1922 Château Talbot St. Julien Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
11/14/2015 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
95 points
Brothy scents, more savory and meaty than the Larose-Foret. The fruit flavors are, however, quite similar--red apples--with the stony, earthy flavors more forward instead of emerging on the finish like they did in the Larose. The stone and petrichor evokes something dark and stormy here, like gothic masonry in a night rain. The broth elements surface again on the finish, red meat stock flavors with a twist of game. With air, the aromas get musky, almost cologne-like, and even seem to show some truffle.
Red
1926 Château Gruaud Larose St. Julien Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
11/14/2015 - Keith Levenberg wrote:
88 points
By far the most rounded, suave, and pillowy-textured of the three St.-Julien oldies tonight. Again, the fruit flavors are apply and cidery. But here it's not offering much else. Points for plushness, but the 1914 was much more interesting, as was the '22 Talbot. N.B. - This was actually Gruaud-Larose-Sarget, from a brief period the estate was split in two.
Red
2015 Château Haut-Segottes La Dame St. Émilion Grand Cru Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
1/19/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
94 points
Nice little secret/surprise from Ch. Haut-Segottes - a St.-Emilion in the Rosenthal portfolio that has always been solid if never really profound. 2015 brings us this special cuvee, however, apparently from their best plots and just a few bucks more than the basic wine, around half merlot and half franc. It's a beauty. The first whiff takes me aback (and takes me back) as it's that super-familiar aroma that so many Bordeaux used to feature and so few still do, and I can't put my figure on what it is other than that. The fruit is classic St.-E as you would expect, nicely plummy merlot with a bit of crunch from the cabernet franc, but it's the texture that really dazzles as this is just amazingly fine silk.
Red
2015 Château Haut-Brisson St. Émilion Grand Cru Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
1/19/2019 - Keith Levenberg wrote:
85 points
Enticing nose with pretty, plummy merlot fruit and aromatic cedary oak. I thought this was going to be a nice surprise for the $ but on the palate the oak is just too much - lots of that cedary stuff that would have been attractive in small doses but here it's to the point of drying the wine out, a shame as the fruit is nice and gentle and this would have been an elegant little wine if the makeup were more subtle.
White - Off-dry
1/19/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
92 points
Sulfury fumes on the nose. Hits the palate with auslese power - not in terms of sweetness, but on account of its weight class and punch. The sweetness is actually quite nicely dialed back and this doesn't turn into fruit juice on the table like so many spats do these days - it stays crisp even when it loses its chill. The fruit is on the edge of ripe, lemony but more rind than flesh, so the sweetness serves it nicely. Sealed with a Diam cork - thank you.
White
1/14/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
95 points
A slightly friendler and more generous rendition compared to the trocken version from this plot, also called '1896' but in a standard white label instead of this stylish black one. This is technically a feinherb (though it doesn't say so anywhere on the label), but it's on the mostly-dry end of feinherb that dials in that same Goldilocks zone as many of the Peter Lauer wines - to which it tastes somewhat similar as well. It features pale citrus fruit ranging from grapefruit to yuzu with a sparkling, shimmering freshness, but it's rich enough in body (perhaps helped along by that smidge of sweetness) that it feels weighty and ample on the palate. Not so weighty as to compromise its drinkability, though - this is a pretty hard one to put down.
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Red
1/13/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
89 points
Very heavy CO2 - I swear this was practically as fizzy as beer. Takes about 5 solid minutes of shaking the bottle like the paint mixer at Home Depot to get this in a drinkable condition. The result is a very good Chaumes, though not at the top level. I'm a fan of the vineyard because when Chaumes is in the zone it's like drinking Malconsorts - but the margin for error is small and it's prone to end up kinda awkward and disjointed. This one's got all the correct aromatics with the classic Vosne cinnamon and nutmeg spice, though on the palate it feels a bit hollow in the middle relative to its edgy, rustic structure and lean, high-toned juicy red fruit.
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Red
Gives a tease of having gotten to a great drinking zone but then yanks away the football on the back end. It opens with an enticing smack of classic Vosne cinnamon and spice aromas and hits the palate surprisingly rich and glossy, with bold black fruit seeming to have eaten up most of its tannin and refreshed itself past the closed state many '99s have been in. But then it bites back on an incongruously austere finish, which is edgy and ashen with some rusty iron-like sensations, sucking the life out of the fruit that seems so generous on the entry. Theme here: so close, yet so far
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Red
1/6/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
99 points
Has to be one of the greatest non-first growths of its generation. Classic scents of pencil lead and gravel that follow through on the palate along with a walnut thing giving this a Latour-like personality. But it's in the texture department where it really astonishes. I don't think there is a word in wine-tasting lingo for the pure textural bliss of sinking into this thing so I'm just gonna go with, um, "feminine" in a more carnal sense than the term is typically used.
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Red
1/6/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
97 points
In the zone and just about fully mature. No-doubter aromatics right from the pop of the cork with a big smack of earth and saddle leather-type scents that still manage to stay on the clean side of funky. On the palate this has mellowed out quite a bit from my last bottle just a few years ago, which was still densely packed - now the tannin feels mostly resolved into a silky, loose-knit package, an almost jarringly elegant take on Clos Vougeot that shows a bit more solidity in the stony backdraft on the finish.
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White - Off-dry
1/6/2019 - Keith Levenberg Likes this wine:
94 points
My fifth bottle out of a case in a vintage where I did a lot of point (star) chasing in the Terry Theise catalog, and this one has never disappointed. 12 years later it's still so vibrant it tastes like it was vinified from the stuff used to make glow-sticks, and while the bottle age has softened its cut somewhat, it still retains plenty of Gatorade-dunk refreshment value. It's also gotten slightly deeper in tone but only in a relative sense as this remains one of the freshest and brightest of the '05s I've got.
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