The best wine to celebrate last weekend before the grind...thank you to Bob Bressler so fortunate to get it... — 2 years ago
Great nose, longer legs for whatever that's worth.
Equal in taste just a little more full bodied than the Bressler.
I opened & poured both into decanters then had my wife pour 90 minutes later for a true blind tasting, but I recognized the nose of the Stewart right away since I was the original cork popper. — 5 years ago
This is a clone of Bressler.
A rich and complex nose of cassis and toasty oak.
Palette is multi-layered and consistent with the nose. Mid-palette is plush and dense, with rich dark fruits. Tannins are excellent, helping the wine to finish with a lift. 14.9% abv melts away. All in all, an outstanding showing. All the more special, since this cuvée is only produced when the all the components of the blend are aligned. — 5 years ago