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2001 Gundlach Bundschu - Mountain Cuvee Other - USA - California - Sonoma - Sonoma Mountain - Red

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USA - California - Sonoma - Sonoma Mountain

Red Other
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Comm: 2013-2013 VF: 2003-2009

Author StuTarheel
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 99.486%
Tasted On 09/10/2013
Drink Dates 2013-2013

Starts off with spicey, ripe red berry fruit. Strong on the attack and then dies on the mid-palate with a very short finish. Clearly past its prime and on its way down.

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Site / Blog   Trust Rating 100%
Tasted On 01/22/2010

The bottle was opened and allowed to breathe for over an hour. The wine presented a dark ruby color in the glass with little viscosity on the swirl. On the nose, subtle fragrances of oak, pepper, and wet earth overshadowed the dark fruit. On the palate, tones of cherry and berries mingled gently with menthol. Overall, a mild disappointment. The medium body was angular and shallow, missing the fruit, tannin, and finish one would have expected.

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