Wine Advocate | Rating: 98Bottled in early 2018, the 2015 Vecina is deep garnet-purple in color, with baked blackberries, black cherries and blackcurrant cordial aromas that leap from the glass with nuances of roses, pencil lead, menthol and mocha. The palate is full-bodied, very fine and incredibly seductive with a solid frame supporting the generous layers, finishing long and exotic.Drink Dates: 2021 - 2049Author: Lisa Perrotti-BrownIssue: Mid-October 2018 New Releases
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