This primordial-styled, incredibly tannic St.-Julien reveals a dense purple color along with aromas of roasted meats, tapenade, cassis, melted licorice, and chocolate. Following the promising aromatic display, the wine shuts down in the mouth, revealing only excruciating tannin and good acidity.
|Appellation:||Saint Julien, France|
|Award(s)/ Rating(s):|| Robert Parker's Rating: 86|
|Food Pairing:||Steak, Grilled Red Meats|
|Drink Time:||Until 2040|
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