Given the high quality of the 2010 vintage, there’s something slightly off about this. The nose stumbles with pickled, stemmy aromas of herbal berry fruits and field notes. The mouthfeel is good, however, with grabbby tannins providing structure. Flavors of leafy, briny black fruits seem less than fully ripe, while the finish harks back to that same stemmy character introduced up front.
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