Wine Advocate | Rating: 90As one might expect, Soutard's 1989 is also a backward wine. Impressively opaque ruby/purple, with a spicy, vanillin-scented, plum, and licorice bouquet, this full-bodied, muscular, densely concentrated wine needs at least 7-10 years of bottle aging. Look for it to last at least 20 or more years.Author: Robert Parker
Wine Spectator | Rating: 87Loads of fruit dominates this well-integrated, focused wine. Bright cherry and raspberry flavors streak all the way through to the finish and a touch of cedary earthiness blends nicely. Tannic now; best to drink from 1996 to '98.
Collector Data For This Wine
- 20 bottles owned
- 11 collectors