Kenwood 1987 Artist Series Cabernet Sauvignon (Sonoma County)

This controversial wine engendered major differences of opinion. Some tasters rated it excellent; others thought it in decline. Notes on this wine range from dumb and minty, thin and drying out, going down fast (from the naysayers) to rich, dry, sweet-tart fruit, a big smooth feel, a long plum-and-prune finish and life through mid-decade (from its proponents). One to try for yourself. Disparate scores. Drink now–2006, or past its best, depending on whom you believe.

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