2004 Bond (Harlan) St Eden

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  • Cabernet Sauvignon
  • 1.5L
  • WA 97
  • WS 93
  • ST 93

Reviews for 2004 Bond (Harlan) St Eden

WA 97
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, December 2007
The 2004 St. Eden seems to hit all the sweet spots on my palate. A wine of great complexity richness and intensity with oodles of creme de cassis fruit and plenty of roasted herbs and meatiness with exceptional power and... The 2004 St. Eden seems to hit all the sweet spots on my palate. A wine of great complexity richness and intensity with oodles of creme de cassis fruit and plenty of roasted herbs and meatiness with exceptional power and richness this wine has fleshed out since I had it last year and seems to be destined to be one of Bond's most compelling wines a full-bodied wine with great purity richness and beautifully integrated acidity wood and tannin. Give it 1-3 years of bottle age and drink it over the following 25 years.
WS 93
Wine Spectator - Wine Spectator, November 2007
Superripe yet supple and balanced with deep enticing blackberry ripe plum and wild berry fruit that's rich and concentrated with a long persistent finish. The tannins are firm and structured. Best from 2009 through 2015... Superripe yet supple and balanced with deep enticing blackberry ripe plum and wild berry fruit that's rich and concentrated with a long persistent finish. The tannins are firm and structured. Best from 2009 through 2015. 600 cases made. -JL
ST 93
Stephen Tanzer - Antonio Galloni's Vinous, June 2015
93+ Bright, full ruby. Much more reserved on the nose than the Pluribus, hinting at blueberry, kirsch, menthol and violet. Supple and fine-grained but closed; less expressive than the Melbury, displaying a note of... 93+ Bright, full ruby. Much more reserved on the nose than the Pluribus, hinting at blueberry, kirsch, menthol and violet. Supple and fine-grained but closed; less expressive than the Melbury, displaying a note of menthol that carries through the long, seriously tannic finish. Less evolved than the Melbury but I get a more interesting ripeness in that wine. This needs time. Coats the mouth on the back end without giving any impression of weightiness, leaving behind a minty element.