95 Points James Halliday
Hailing from plantings dating from 1893, this wine struts with a largesse and swagger of one comfortable in its skin. Opaque and foreboding at first sight, the wine is aromatically reticent. At least at the beginning. In time the monster bares a carnal soul, chockas with dark fruits of every description, cardamom and barbecued meats. Iodine sluices across the corpulent palate, licking it with a saline touch. Oak kicks in as the guardian for a long future. Spice provides punctuation. One for the boardroom. Drink to 2032.
Source: James Halliday.