More of a long distance runner is the 2001 Cabernet Sauvignon Leonardini Vineyard. This wine still shows plenty of oak and notes of new saddle leather intermixed with graphite and black currants in a structured, full-bodied, youthful, almost infantile stage of development. I can’t imagine this wine has moved much from its post-bottling days. It still needs another 5-6 years of cellaring, and should keep for at least 20+ years. (RP)
Aging well and at a peak, with mature, complex herb, olive and dried berry flavors and drying tannins with complex mineral and loamy earth notes. Ends with a dash of espresso.—2001 California Cabernet blind retrospective (June 2011). (Web Only—2011)
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