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2005 Casa Lapostolle - Cabernet Sauvignon Cuvee Alexandre (Rapel Valley) Cabernet Sauvignon - Chile - Rapel Valley - Red

Chile - Rapel Valley

Red Cabernet Sauvignon
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Drink Dates
VF: 2008-2020

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Source International Wine Cellar
Issue Issue 137
Author JC Wino
Site / Blog   Trust Rating
Tasted On 03/12/2009

BDF notes: Placed dead last in Wineaggedon I. Garnet/Ruby without much of a rim. Nothing exciting nose-wise. I was impressed that I was able to ID it as mine right off the bat. Kind of bland. Opens up after a while but still pretty unimpressive. I previously gave this an 89 with the caveat that it needs food and a couple hours in the decanter.

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