At one point I was planning to get a couple bottles of the 2005 for laying down, based on predictions of huge aging potential. But I quickly changed my mind after seeing it consistently described as tasting more like a Cali Cab than Bordeaux. The consensus seems to be that Kirwan no longer tastes like Margaux. Instead, having tasted and loved the highly traditional La Louviere, I got a couple of those (plus a couple of the not-necesarily-traditional-but-damned-delicious Malmaison).
Still . . . . I have to admit I'm curious. If you'd like to get rid of one of those 375s David, I'd be happy to pay for the shipping! (seriously)
"The sun, with all those planets revolving about it and dependent on it, can still ripen a bunch of grapes as if it had nothing else to do"
(avatar: me next to the WIYN 3.5 meter telescope at Kitt Peak National Observatory)