Wine Advocate | Rating: 88The 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve comes across as quite clenched and compact. It may open up with further cellaring, but today my impression is that there is not enough fruit to stand up to the French oak. I don't see too much upside potential for this big, tannic Cabernet Sauvignon.Author: Antonio Galloni
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