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2005 Linne Calodo Slacker Paso Robles
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90(+?) Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - November/December 2007

($38; 65% syrah and 35% grenache) Deep red. Fresh, lively scents of spicy cherry, dark berries and exotic licorice. Brisk, sharply-focused cherry and anise flavors are sweetened by vanilla and firmed by a bitter chocolate quality. Tannins build on the finish but don't detract from the impressively vibrant fruit. I'd hold onto this for another few years. The laconic Trevisan told me that he was the slacker for whom the wine was named.

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