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Leon D388
Leon D388
Lake Forest, Illinois
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Partner in: The Elevation Wine Fund, LP
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Leon D388 92

1955 Lafite-Rothschild
The bottle was mid shoulder and in excellent condition. The wine started to show a tinge of brown. Very delicate and light. Almost no tannins left. Tasted almost like a Pinot . The fruit seemed to be back to what I would imagine it tasted when first pressed.


(Tasted Sep 6, 2010)

Leon D388

2005 Klein Constantia - Vin de Constance
Bright golden in colour with fresh green tinge. The richly aromatic nose displays candied orange peel, sundried peaches and whiffs of sandalwood. The palate is full and viscous with waves of white peach and pear flavours, restrained acidity and fine, nutty finish. If you like Deseret Wines and haven't tasted it, do yourself a big favour and do it now. Napoleon's favourite wine. Many of my friends prefer it over a D'yqueem. A big statement I know, but I agree that it has been preferred in many side by side blind tastings I have done at Wine dinner parties.


(Tasted Apr 1, 2010)

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