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March 08, 2006

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If you like BIG reds, you should have had the '98 Heritage Cuvee. All leather, dirt and cigars... wonderful.

This drinks way above its price point, especially, as noted above with food. Out of the bottle it was a bit harsh, so I gave it the 10 second blender treatment and about 10 minutes to rest, and it drank as well as a lot of $20 or so Rhone blends. Nice everyday dinner juice.

This drinks way above its price point, especially, as noted above with food. Out of the bottle it was a bit harsh, so I gave it the 10 second blender treatment and about 10 minutes to rest, and it drank as well as a lot of $20 or so Rhone blends. Nice everyday dinner juice.

This drinks way above its price point, especially, as noted above with food. Out of the bottle it was a bit harsh, so I gave it the 10 second blender treatment and about 10 minutes to rest, and it drank as well as a lot of $20 or so Rhone blends. Nice everyday dinner juice.

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