Michel-Schlumberger 2001 Cabernet Sauvignon (Dry Creek Valley)

Cabs from this appellation, no matter how ripe they are, always seem to have a brawny, briary edge to them, and this wine is no exception. The blackberries might have been picked in a dusty, thorny patch. Something about the acidy, tannic structure is appealing.

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