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RP97, as a quality control for a forthcoming tasting. Cork was dry and going to crumble, and wouldn’t be pushed in, so was tonged. At D+20 minutes: dark red, 90% opaque; nose mint, and a dark fruit behind. Palate starts light with a little heat, becoming mid-weight in mid palate. Short ending. There is fruit, dark cherry perhaps, but not a lot. Pleasant enough, but I think I prefer the Graham Crusted bottled 1998 — which is also cheaper.
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