Yeast, some acids still there. Not stored properly and yet not vinegar yet. Actually pairing well with queso and chips :-) a very great wine. — 11 days ago
Just as good, if not better, than the last time we opened one of these. A gift from Alex’s godparents the Larsens. Signed by Louis P. Martini in 1993. — 6 months ago
Pas trop boisé, aucune chauffe beau fruit noir — 2 months ago
This is misidentified as Pinot noir as the back label lists about 5 other varieties. Then again the back label is generic enough that it seems they put them on all their bottles back then. No vintage noted but is an early 60’s bottling. Still bright with loads of red fruit. What I seem to detect is a slight VA but others with more experience with older vintages says that it was on point. I’m good on the palate just not the aromatics. For a 50yr old wine I’m good with it. — 6 months ago
Grafs family minus K visit (Ho left) mom BD 5/7/22. Cab lineup through the decades. Shockingly alive and drinking well! It actually went great with grilled salmon! Such was its lack of tannins and fruit and body. PS it did fade over the next three days in Eto (Hsing tasted (5/9) but remained an excellent partner for food. — 2 months ago
Day two of SCUBA class. Well deserved. Or at least needed.
Read prior vintage reviews and this year is not as dry or peppery. — 6 months ago