David M. Bueker wrote:I had been planning to open this since the very day I bought it two years ago. Last nigth I had the chance. There's good fruit density, some barn/gamy aspects that I like very much, but the acids are disjointed and stick out on the finish. It seems like this had a poorly judged acidification (or it's just somewhat unbalanced). Other than the acid problem I think it's a good wine, though since it tastes a lot like Gigondas, and I can get Gigondas for $15 less I'm not sure it's worth buying. The ESJ R&G is also to me a much better wine and better value.
Any other thoughts out there?
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