Gregory Dal Piaz

Location: New York, NY

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  • Sep 29, 2014 at 11:14am

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    Added Sep 29, 2014 at 11:13am
    A bit stinky on the nose with aromas of pencil shavings and leather framing a core of spicy black fruit all bathed in vanilla tinged cedary oak. Smooth and rich up front, this thins out a bit on the palate revealing delicate woodsy black currant fruit that has a slight dried plum/cocoa cast to it. The finish is long if dry and while there some nice fruit weight here, the tannins are a bit too imposing for it to emerge on the palate. 83pts

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    A bit oaky on the nose but also quite fruity with plummy aromas and some blueberry and blackcurrant accents all topped with peppery spice and hints of vanilla and clove. Soft in the mouth, supple with modest acidity lending this a rich and slightly thick feel on the palate. the tannins are also ripe and soft and this sort of seeps across the palate with fresh blackberry and blackcurrant flavors revealing some firmer wood tannins in the midpalate and through the slightly minty, touch and chewy finish. Perhaps both A bit over-ripe and over-extracted, but made in a modern style that has it adherents. Weighty. 84pts

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    Added Sep 29, 2014 at 11:13am
    Not particularly aromatic with faint sour red fruit aromas and suggestions of smoke, soil, leather and dried flowers subtly emerging on the nose. Fruity and tart in the mouth, this is pleasant if rustic with a curiously jammy edge to the tart wild cherry and raspberry flavors. Simple, fresh, and fun to drink with candied cherry fruit through the modest and slightly drying finish, this is Bordeaux for a party, a wine that has a new world feel to it yet retains some classic structural elements. 84pts

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  • Sep 29, 2014 at 11:12am
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    Gregory Dal Piaz's Review:
    Added Sep 29, 2014 at 11:12am
    Jammy, slightly herbal and moderately complex on the nose with fine oak base notes, hints of blue flowers and a touch of spicy plummy fruit. A touch soft on entry, and perhaps with just a suggestion of sweetness, this is chunky and smooth in the mouth with tannins that are small if slightly angular. A little indistinct on the palate, the flavors are fruity but without complexity as this delivers creamy, slightly buttery black cherry fruit on the palate before the oak adds a counterpoint on the backend and through the moderately long finish. the acid is here, emerging on the finish, but this lacks some definition in the mouth. Smells more impressive than it tastes though these has a rather elegant feel to it. 84pts

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    Added Sep 29, 2014 at 11:12am
    A bit raw woody on the nose with attractive if discrete underlying plummy fruit that has some peppery and floral accents to it. Smooth and simple in the mouth with integrated acidity and soft tannins that roll over the tongue with the plummy and violet tinged fruit. Clean with lovely black currant and herbal notes on the moderately long and aromatic finish, this remains a bit foursquare in the mouth and even a bit clumsy on the nose with it’s oaken aromas and with wood tannins in the mouth that dry out the finish. 84pts

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    Added Sep 29, 2014 at 11:12am
    At first a bit sweet and raspberry scented on the nose with some soapy floral notes, a touch of wood spice and some mineral steely accents emerging with air. Bright acids in the mouth lend this a refreshing and bright feel. Rather medium light bodied with lovely raspberry and red currant fruit that carries with it the lightly sweet suggestion found on the nose along with delicate hints of dried herbs and tree bark. The tannins here are modest but present, lending some firmness on the palate to this rather easy to drink example of Bordeaux that ends with a nice, clean, if modest finish. 85pts

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  • Sep 29, 2014 at 11:11am

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    Gregory Dal Piaz's Review:
    Added Sep 29, 2014 at 11:11am
    Earthy on the nose and slightly vegetal with hints of beetroot and older wood laying under sassafras laced aromas of black cherry and plum with just a hint of mocha. Smooth and moderately rich in the mouth, this retains an austere quality in the mouth though there is no shortage of fruit. Black plums and black currants are wrapped up with subtle dried herb notes and a faint nuttiness that lends this some additional complexity in the mouth. A bit drying on the finish which shows some vegetal and herbal notes, , this does have a bit of length to the black fruits of the palate and the tannins, while prominent, are ripe and well integrated. This is quite good, just a hint chunky today but this promises to age quite well over the coming year or three, perhaps longer. 86pts

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    Added Sep 29, 2014 at 11:11am
    Sweet, fresh and violet rich aromatics greet the nose followed by aroma of wild plums, almost tropical fruit, cinnamon and clay. Ths is smooth and polished with a fair amount of sweet extract concealing the acid and very soft tannins on the palate. Decidedly plummy in the mouth, and more a wine of texture than flavor, the acids struggle to shine through here, lighting up flashes of red fruit on the palate that blink through the base of plums and chocolate pudding. there’s a hint of brushy herbs and a meaty note here. This is rather young today and I bet this improves, though for those looking for a fruitier style of Bordeaux this is already drinking quite well with a nice black cherry note riding the tannins through the long finish. 86pts

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  • Sep 29, 2014 at 11:10am
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    Added Sep 29, 2014 at 11:10am
    Rather open on the nose with pencil lead and mushroom framing notes around a bright and vivid core of black currant fruit and smoky roasted chilies There’s a touch of leathery gaminess here as well but this still smells quite youthful. Ripe and fruity on entry, round even with a slightly fleshy feel to it and flavors that are tense and clear, raspberries, dried plums, and roasted herbs followed by hint of the chilies from the nose and subtle spice notes from oak, even a shading of nuttiness that adds detail to the dark fruit. this explodes on the finish, and while it turns a bit tannic, there are lovely leather, licorice and dried fruit flavors here that show terrific persistence. Drinking very well with a few years left to go. 86pts

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    Added Sep 29, 2014 at 11:10am
    Carob, tobacco, and dried plums feature prominently on the nose which shows some evolution yet retains a bit of the herbaceousness, smoke, and black currant fruit of youth. Supple in the mouth, yet bright and focused with subtle flavors of black currants, dried herbs, leather and just a suggestion of wood spice adding additional detail. This is ready to drink and is a pleasure in the mouth with tannins that just barely pop through the plum and dried berry fruit on the long finish. It’s Bordeaux so it’s neither fruity nor soft but it is ripe and polished and fairly complex with a lovely nuanced finish that retains attractive plum and berry fruit but also adds in savory and herbaceous notes. 87pts

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