Stephen Tanzer's IWC, 90 points: Medium yellow. Peach, menthol and stone on the nose. Fat, full and sweet, with a distinctly glyceral texture. In spite of this wine's atypical volume, it strikes me as quite backward and in need of a couple years of patience.
Burghound, 93 points: This is quite a bit riper though there is no overt exoticism present with aromas of peach, spiced pear and apricot that merge into exceptionally rich and relatively big flavors blessed with ample amounts of palate coating...
Burghound, 91 points: A slightly riper nose also features orchard fruit, in particular peach and apricot along with subtle floral aromas that are nuanced by hints of resin and rosemary that complement the rich, full and generous middle weight...
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