A real find. French in style, dry, rich and elegant. Hints of cherry and cassis are wrapped in thick, fine tannins, and the mouthfeel is sensual and velvety. Delicious now, but should hold through the decade. Grapes from Yorkville Highlands. The winemaker is the well-known Kerry Damsky.
What a great smell! Strong, clean and refined, of plums, roasted coffeebean, cassis, cocoa and smoky oak. Drinks very rich and elaborate, with great stuffing and finesse, and bone dry.
Loads of sweet pineapple and vanilla mark this richly succulent wine. Super-concentrated fruity flavors blast the palate, leading to a long finish. For all its ripeness, the wine is dry. Strong and tasty stuff!