- Reply by Philip James, Jun 16, 2008.
We have a lot of reviews for Inglenook, you could look at them to get a sense of the wines character / rating...
We dont have that exact vintage listed on snooth so its hard to say for sure. Its also a large bottle size so it will have aged slower than the regular 750ml bottles. I'd suggest contacting the winery at: firstname.lastname@example.org
They should know how their 87 Jeroboam is aging (actually im not sure 3L is a Jeroboam...)
- Reply by John Andrews, Jun 16, 2008.
Okay ... just read a bit more ... a double magnum is 3 L. A Jeroboam can be 3 L (still wine) or 4 L (sparkling wine).