1998 Chaleur Estate
There is an intense nose of plums, sweet tar and black fruits along with chocolate and coffee spices. The flavor shows deep concentration. You have opulent black fruit notes that are nicely wrapped with grip, ripe tannins and toasty oak integration. Perhaps its greatest attribute is its marathon finish. This is the biggest and most concentrated Chaleur Estate to date and should have great lasting power.
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— Robert Parker, Wine Advocate