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Bottle Size: 750 ml
The 2010 Thorevilos seemed more tannic and backward than the 2009, which is somewhat of an anomaly in my tastings of these two vintages. Lots of espresso roast, white chocolate, blueberry, black raspberry and floral aromas jump from the glass, but the wine hits the palate with a crescendo of fruit, glycerin and body. Elevated tannins then kick in giving the wine a huge structure as well as a Bordeaux-like austerity. This wine requires 4-5 years of cellaring once released, and should evolve for more than three decades.
The 2008 Cappella bursts onto the palate with black cherries, smoke, menthol and licorice. This...
The 2010 Cappella, ( 75% Cabernet Sauvignon, 18% Cabernet Franc, and the rest Petit Verdot...
Finally in the bottle, the 2011 Proprietary Red Cappella is showing even better than it...
The 2010 Madrona Ranch, which David Abreu told me he crop-thinned by at least 50%,...