Apparently this is the current release. The winery aims at a Right Bank, Bordeaux-style profile. At this advanced age the wine is showing some bricking at the edges, with mature drying fruit and a big dose of barrel. Smoky, oaky and toasty, it's a wine to drink up, perhaps with a big steak dinner.
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