85 Points Robert Parker
Deep brown in color and a bit cloudy, the 1985 Hill of Grace has sweaty saddles notes over dried cherries and menthol-laced / medicinal notes. Very tart, crisp and hard, it has chewy bordering on astringent tannins and barely any fruit left on the palate. I have scored it purely on interest factor and because it remains a generally pleasant glass, though it is past its best.
Source: Robert Parker (Robert Parker Wine Advocate) by Lisa Perrotti-Brown. April, 2013