International Wine Cellar
Author: Stephen Tanzer
Issue: Issue 144
($250; 15.5%; from the exact same blend as the "regular" Kayli Morgan but aged nearly a year longer; this was bottled in December of 2008) Good saturated red-ruby. Superripe, decadent aromas of currant, graphite, mocha and marzipan; there's something here that reminded me of a great old Rioja. Lush and sweet but with superb energy keeping the wine magically fresh. Bigger than the Precious and longer and brighter on the finish. This has a three-dimensional texture. Owner Woodbridge told me this late-bottled wine is his attempt to see what his Kayli Morgan cabernet will taste like after 20 years in the bottle.
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Author: Robert Parker
The three vintages of Cabernet Sauvignon Deep Time include the just bottled 2005, which spent four years in an assortment of barrels. It was the best tasting I have had of that wine. These wines have a more chocolate, espresso roast character as well as tons of fruit, and a natural, concentrated character. They are very thick and rich, yet the oak seems less noticeable than it does in wines scheduled for earlier bottling. Altogether, this is a remarkable winery with a highly personalized vision that is producing extraordinary wines, and we're all the better for it.
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