93 points, Wine Advocate
92 points, James Suckling
92 points, Wine Spectator
It begins on the nose with rich, dark black fruits, blueberries, blackberry bon bons, cassis, fragrant violets, tobacco leaf, and baking spices.
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91 points, Wine Advocate
91 points, James Suckling
Its palate provides big, round chewy tannins, stewed black plums, toasted nuts, Madagascar vanilla beans, and a touch of dark roast coffee.
“We save our very best wines for our wine club members because they are so loyal to us.” – Tom Leonardini Sr.
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