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Community Tasting Notes (18) Avg Score: 95.7 points

  • That score is probably harsh given the age.

    A great bottle from fingers (the wine, not the shape, it’s a pain in the ass to store).

    Baking spice, amarena cherry, fennel, and earth. 4 hour decant and that probably wasn’t enough. Continued to open and grow over the course of 5 hours.

    Just a great wine. I wish the allocations were larger because I would love to taste them multiple times over the course of a decade or more.

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  • Still very young. Will give this some more years.

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  • @JonnyG is spot on.

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  • Not my style but I respect the approach and found the wine quite drinkable, even at this early stage. No evident heat. Dense and concentrated, ripe and persistent, with (overly) dominant notes of vanilla alongside a touch of fennel and roasted herbs. Not much to connect this to the varietal. When first served to me, I assumed it was their Syrah in fact. Maybe the Syrah and Mourvèdre are just more prominent for now?

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  • Like WDCWINEGUYS, decided to check on one of these before new allocation next month. Such a treat. The color is brilliant purple ruby and pretty translucent. Gorgeous in the glass. At PNP some Grenache funk, but that blows off after 30 minutes and you get blackberry, blueberry, fig, wood spices, and light hints of baking spices. For 15.7% WDC nailed it, no noticeable heat. If anything the palate has a touch of acidity out of balance at the moment for me but I think that resolves with time. Easy to drink and pairs very nicely with heavier meals or lighter (like we did last night). I'm taking a point off the nose and a couple on the taste for now but could easily see this 98-100 with more age. Can't wait for next release!

    I saved a bit for night 2 just to see and so the sneaky 15.7% didn't impact me going into Monday! ha!

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