(aged in one-year-old barrels for 18 months): Palish amber-edged red. Wild strawberry and smoke on the nose. Densely packed and very dry, with terrific retention of fruit for a long-aged rose. A suggestion of nutty oak carries through on the finish, which boasts sneaky length. Lou Kapcsandy believes that this will remain fresh for at least ten years. He recommends pairing it with grilled salmon or oysters but believes that it's too weighty for sushi. Seriously rich rose.Author: Stephen Tanzer
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27 bottles owned by 4 collectors.
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