I don’t inhale (didn’t Bill Clinton absolve himself with that line at some point)?
Anyway, when your crew are floating around, you need to play high post. A benchmark Cuban gets the job done.
Plumpjack Merlot rarely falls short, and this is no exception. Cedar notes combine with exotic spices, particularly nutmeg. Fig paste and bitter cocoa give way to expresso notes and judicious sweetness. Excellent presentation, just requires a touch more density. Otherwise, rock n roll right here. — 20 days ago
Velvety. Dry. Black cherry. With a Buckcherry rock n roll vibe! I’m digging — 6 months ago
Still great! Freah, w a little wool but full n yet a striking acididi. Mango n other tropix. — 4 months ago
Lovely CB. Pretty much wool w an earthy note but fresh from great acididi. Lime n a little tropix. Almost floral. — 6 months ago
Very good, rich PN of CO. Deep dark red fruits n a some tannins. Very good body but might lack a little acididi. Debelops nicely in glass from tight black currant to ripe strawberry n a stone minerality. — a year ago
So rich. Yet subtle. Demands loads o air yet holds so much fruit. N mineral. Like fat wool developing into petrol but still subtle. Lime n a little tropix but just collected. — 4 months ago
A great, yet kinda simple CB. My kind w the tropix but also wool n almost waxiness. Demands a little air but saved us from a corked Joly (1996). — 6 months ago
Perfect summer sipper. — 7 months ago