Temple Bruer 1999 Red (Langhorne Creek)

Smells fine, with floral oak, cinnamon oak and vanilla oak aromas backed up by blackberry fruit. But in the mouth, there's a resinous oak flavor that gets in the way more than complements. And the fruit (a blend of 72% Cabernet Sauvignon and 28% Petit Verdot) comes across as blowsy and a bit hot. Joe Czerwinski

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