Aromas of plum liqueur, black raspberry, anise and plenty of earth are again trimmed in just enough oak to warrant pointing out. The suave, palate coating and equally concentrated flavors possess a slightly finer mouthfeel thanks to the relatively fine-grained tannins shaping the less mineral-driven but slightly longer finish. This is really quite classy and a wine that should also age extremely well. 91-94 points. Burghound.