95 Points James Halliday
Major colour shift to red-purple; the clean, moderately intense bouquet has plenty of ripe cherry fruit, neatly balanced by French oak. The palate represents a seachange, having great fruit, structure and finesse, along with convincing depth. By far the best to this point of time. Seventeen medals 1997-2000. Drink to 2020.
Source: James Halliday. September, 2001
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