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2009 Carlisle Winery Three Birds Red Wine Sonoma County
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91 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - May/June 2011

(77% grenache, 17% mourvedre and 6% syrah):  Deep violet.  Pungent, primary aromas of blackberry and dried flowers, with a slow-building note of licorice pastille; I would not have guessed there was so much grenache in here.  Then sappy and perfumed in the mouth, offering livelier red berry character and notes of bitter cherry and herbs.  Thick but fresh and delineated, with good underlying structure.  A fruit bomb with very good depth and complexity.  Finishes gently tannic and vibrant, the cherry note repeating. 

89-91 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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