1993 Diamond Creek Volcanic Hill- 750 ml
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Wine Critic Reviews:
The 1993 Volcanic Hill exhibits smoky, black-cherry fruit, is medium to full-bodied... The 1993 Gravelly Meadow and Volcanic Hill appear to be very good...
Sokolin 1993 Diamond Creek Volcanic Hill Tasting Notes:
Few wineries can proudly claim to be able to match the potency and intricacy of a well-matured Cheval Blanc. The '93 is a blockbuster of a wine, approachable and inviting for wine novices and staggeringly compelling for more experienced connoisseurs. On the nose, the wine releases an intoxicating, mesmerizing aromatic cocktail with strong traces of red and dark fruit, spices, lead pencil, menthol, and licorice. It boasts a very carefully measured dose of acidity, just enough to cut through the richness and provide balance. On the palate, the fruit appears in waves and layers, showering your tastebuds with pure pleasure. The finish is almost impossibly long and generous, and the tannins are well-integrated to the point of being barely noticeable at times. It should go without saying, but a wine of this caliber can turn even the most mediocre, boring meetup into a party that will be remembered for decades. Keep it by your side, and uncork at the perfect moment.
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