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Sarah's Blend 2003
Winery: Marquis Philips
Variety: Red Blend
Smoky Oak, with a hint of a berry smell. Low Tanin and acidity. Easy to drink and medium finish
Posted by Wine-Hound on November 23rd, 2006 at 4:32pm |
The nose knocks me out - it is FINALLY a dead ringer for the early 1970-something Inglenook cabernet sauvignon that first taught me wine could be thoroughly enjoyed for something other than its alcohol content. The deep, almost-black, young, brick-red color brings aromas of fireplace, oak bookshelf, leather chair and deep grape forest to the nose. Sure suggests sweet, round oak to come. In fact, in comes on the palate a bit less round, more with slightly creamy brewed tea notes and light, silty tannins. Finish fades rapidly at first, then rebuilds to a nice linger. Bombshell aroma and buildup, then delivering solid, structured, but not blockbuster substance. (more at spiritofwine.blogspot.com)
Posted by jorray on December 9th, 2006 at 4:49am |
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