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The 2004 Inés (named for another daughter) is also produced from a single vineyard and, again, there are only 20 cases for the American market. Pur... Read more
Ruby-red. At once broad and incisive on the nose, offering a sexy bouquet of wild strawberry, redcurrant and blackberry, complicated by minerals, f... Read more
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The 2004 Inés (named for another daughter) is also produced from a single vineyard and, again, there are only 20 cases for the American market. Purple-colored and with a super-expressive bouquet, this wine exhibits aromas and flavors of vanilla, smoke, scorched earth, blueberry, and blackberry liqueur. Sumptuously rich in the mouth with remarkable extraction, this large-scaled wine seems almost elegant with its ripe tannins and silky, fruity finish. Like its sister wine, it can be enjoyed now or stashed away in the cellar for 6–8 years. It should provide pleasure through 2020.
Ruby-red. At once broad and incisive on the nose, offering a sexy bouquet of wild strawberry, redcurrant and blackberry, complicated by minerals, fresh flowers, cinnamon and suave oak spices. Deep, round and silky, with sweet, highly concentrated red fruit flavors reminiscent of a great pinot noir. Lively minerality and spices add complexity. A wonderfully graceful wine with restrained power and exceptional balance, not to mention a finish that won’t let up.
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