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2006 Agharta - Exhibit B Bordeaux Blend - USA - California - North Coast - Red

USA - California - North Coast

Red Bordeaux Blend
Score
95
Drink Dates
Comm: 2002-2006
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Author Adriel L
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 97.794%
Tasted On 11/14/2013
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Author GrapesofWrath
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 99.461%
Tasted On 08/06/2011

Exotic and delicious. Forward aromas of blueberry, cola, purple violets and allspice with a note of tobacco. Seamless from the first taste through the finish.

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Author WineStorm
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 97.729%
Tasted On 04/30/2011

We decided to pop one of these open and have with friends over some grilled filets, lobster mashed potatoes, and baby bella mushrooms in a reduction sauce. Decanted for one hour. An absolutely brilliant nose with the Franc jumping out of the glass. Not a hint of alcohol on the nose. The body was really well balanced -- raspberries, rhubarb, and a hint of creme brulee mixed with mild acidic back drop. The finish was highlighted by subtle kiss of sweet tannins and a hint of oak. This was a beautiful wine for an early Spring day in New England -- crisp with enough sweetness that left everybody sadly staring at the empty bottle. Congrats to everyone who participated in the creation of this wine. It was worth the wait!

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TMac commented (3 years ago)
Wow. We ate the same food and tasted exactly everything the same in this wine. One would almost think you copied and pasted my note!
Author Bacchus2000
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 100%
Tasted On 03/02/2011

One of the best new discoveries since I started seriously collecting wine. Mouthwater aroma. In the mouth, velvety smooth. Dark fruit, violets with cacao nibs and savory spices. Concetrated taste but layered deeply with subtile subcomponents. Deep long finish flavored by all the above.

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Author TMac
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 98.639%
Tasted On 11/12/2010

Wednesday, November 10, 2010 - We decided to pop one of these open and have with friends over some grilled filets, lobster mashed potatoes, and baby bella mushrooms in a reduction sauce. Decanted for one hour. An absolutely brilliant nose with the Franc jumping out of the glass. Not a hint of alcohol on the nose. The body was really well balanced -- raspberries, rhubarb, and a hint of creme brulee mixed with mild acidic back drop. The finish was highlighted by subtle kiss of sweet tannins and a hint of oak. This was a beautiful wine for a late fall day in New England -- crisp with enough sweetness that left everybody sadly staring at the empty bottle. Congrats to everyone who participated in the creation of this wine. It was worth the wait!

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Author VinoDeparture
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 98.385%
Tasted On 08/01/2008
Drink Dates 2002-2006

Good paring with red meats. One of the more solid vintages to date.

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