89(+?) Points | International Wine Cellar , November/December 2011
Bright ruby. A fragrant bouquet evokes red berries, spices and smoky minerals. Juicy, tightly wound red fruit flavors show very good intensity and are slow to unfurl. Refreshingly bitter and nervy on the finish, which lingers with good spicy persistence. Give this a little time.
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