Wine Enthusiast 95pts: This Cabernet equivalent to Grange has exploded in price (I remember tasting the 1996 on release when it was $25 per bottle), but there’s no questioning the quality. A deep, intense nose of cassis, earth, menthol and cedar is followed by a full, rich palate that’s supple without being soft. Brighter notes of red fruit emerge on the lengthy finish, which is dominated by sweet fruit and creamy lactones. Drink 2020–2030, and probably well beyond. Wine Enthusiast is Suggesting $500!!
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