The powerhouse 2002 Cabernet Sauvignon Paradise Hills Vineyard offers notes of wood smoke, melted licorice, cedar, and black currants in a firm, dense, full-bodied, tannic, backward, ripe, intense style. It has loads of tannin to shed, but the requisite concentration is there for balance. Nevertheless, this 2002 will require 6-7 years of cellaring. It should easily age for 20-25 years. (RP)
Good deep red with a solid core. Some superripe notes to the aromas of dark berries, violet, licorice, espresso, fresh herbs and exotic white fruits. Superconcentrated and opulent, with a liqueur-like quality but also surprising juicy lift, minerality and savory complexity for a wine with a pH of 4.0 and the lowest acidity of all these vintages. This, too, is still a baby, although the wine’s major palate-saturating tannins are ripe and even. I'd hold it for even more complexity. (ST)
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