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2004 Terralsole Brunello di Montalcino Riserva Sangiovese
7/13/2013 - wrote:
70 points
Decanted for over an hour ... Undrinkable, acidic aftertaste ... too much alcohol ... bad bottle?
  • ksde commented:

    7/16/13, 9:44 AM - Please realize that it is not helpful to leave a score that is way out of trend and leave no notes.

2005 Recchia Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Ca Bertoldi Corvina Blend, Corvina
3/14/2013 - ksde wrote:
91 points
I really did not like this wine on the pop and pour. Nice nose but the palate was disjointed. I opened another bottle of my go to amarone and immediately enjoyed a much better wine. After a few hours, I went back and discovered a very different wine. This wine really needs to be decanted a bit to be appreciated. If you can wait you will get a balanced full palate and a more complex nose.
  • ksde commented:

    4/10/13, 11:02 AM - This one. It is immediately good on the pop and pour:

2007 Two Hands Cabernet Sauvignon Charlie's Patch Napa Valley
4/5/2013 - ksde wrote:
92 points
Took a few hours in the decanter to hit its stride. Throwing lots of sediment so I am wondering about aging potential. I think that I will consume another of my remaining 4 bottles in the next couple of months to see if the sediment is a sign of premature aging. Still, drinking very well now with a great palate and perfumed nose. One notch below my Conn Valley reserves.
  • ksde commented:

    4/6/13, 3:08 PM - Thanks for the comment. Very helpful. I plan to relax and enjoy my remaining bottles!

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