2004 Bond (Harlan) Vecina

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  • Proprietary Blend
  • 1.5L
  • WA 96
  • ST 94

Reviews for 2004 Bond (Harlan) Vecina

WA 96
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, December 2007
The 2004 Vecina shares an opaque ruby/purple color smells of wet steel crushed rocks spring flowers forest floor and plenty of cedar and chocolatey black currant and blackberry notes. A huge spicy complex nose is followed... The 2004 Vecina shares an opaque ruby/purple color smells of wet steel crushed rocks spring flowers forest floor and plenty of cedar and chocolatey black currant and blackberry notes. A huge spicy complex nose is followed by a wine of impressive ripeness full-bodied power and a multi-dimensional mouthfeel with huge amounts of glycerin fruit and thickness. This is a connoisseur's treat and despite the fruit-forward character of the vintage this wine ideally needs 2-4 years of bottle age and should keep for 30-35+ years.
ST 94
Stephen Tanzer - Antonio Galloni's Vinous, June 2015
Bright, saturated ruby. Black fruits, licorice, minerals and iron on the very ripe nose, along with a touch of spicecake. Plush, broad and velvety, offering a lovely restrained sweetness. Really extraordinary palate... Bright, saturated ruby. Black fruits, licorice, minerals and iron on the very ripe nose, along with a touch of spicecake. Plush, broad and velvety, offering a lovely restrained sweetness. Really extraordinary palate coverage here but will still need time to express its inherent complexity. Finishes with superb lengh; the tannins are huge but lush and sweet, saturating the tongue.