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2012 Edmunds St. John Rocks and Gravel Red Wine Dry Creek Valley

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91 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - May/June 2014

(55% grenache, 27% syrah and 18% mourvedre):  Vivid ruby-red.  A pungent bouquet features candied red fruits, Asian spices and potpourri, with a smoky mineral overtone.  Sappy, incisive and densely packed blackberry and bitter cherry flavors gain sweetness with air and pick up notes of licorice and cola.  Finishes stony and long, with slow-building tannins and lingering sweetness.  Definitely let this one rest for a bit.  (JR)

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