<10 tasting notes
The nose was quite racy for a '92, with more upfront minerals and anise, but the sweet butter and corn did slowly emerge as well. Balance was found between the two sides of this expensive coin, as it was served a bit too cold, so the fruit needed to catch up with the pitch. A sexy musk started to ooze out of the nose with time. The palate was typically ripe a la 1992 with a touch of oil, musk and yellow fruit flavors like banana, pineapple and yellow apple - all dried. The acidity seemed to be near the end of its optimum drinking window, expressing itself more on the finish than in the middle, and the palate had a woodsy streak that was not over the top. It did have a bit of squareness in the middle, but it got more and more exotic with its white and yellow floral components, and more minerals came out on the palate. While I originally had this wine rated in the excellent category of 93-94 points, after two hours I was amazed at how much the wine came together, and how scorchingly good the acidity.
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