“Still pretty fresh and lively with raspberries, blackberries and liquorice, pepper, cedar oak, the sweet old leathery scent of bottle age and an intriguing sort of smell which could be a) malt b) miso c) iodine or d) all of the above – well it? quite complex anyway is all I? trying to say. Then medium to full bodied, suitably mellowed by bottle age – the tannins smooth and fine but still lightly drying and grippy. It? sweetly fruited but finishes dry with good length. Lovely wine just entering its plateau of charming maturity. Classic.” Rated : 94 Points.Gary Walshhe Wine Frontarch 2009.