Bon Pasteur's 1988 is a sure bet. Deep opaque dark ruby (darker than the 1989), with a huge bouquet of chocolate, plums, currants, and herbs, this full-bodied, admirably extracted wine should prove to have considerable longevity. Anticipated maturity: Now-2008.
(© Robert M. Parker, Jr., Robert Parker Wine Advocate)
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- GLGood labels
- VsdlVery slightly damaged labels
- SdlSlightly damaged labels
- DlDamaged labels
- VdlVery damaged label
- SbsSlightly bin soiled
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