The Roennfeldt Road wines are what has made this such a legendary estate. When American critic, Robert Parker, started tossing 100 point scores around like confetti at a wedding for these wines, the world took notice. The vines are over 120 years of age and the wine spends extended time in French oak, before release, five years after the vintage (Grange is out in the market in four, if you want a comparison). This is another superb release in the line.
Inky black with aromas of chocolate, tar, black olives, blackberries, dry herbs, black cherries and more. There is real power here. Intense and complex, seamless and powerful with very impressive length, which holds the intensity of flavour throughout. Seriously good. You want a wine for your grandkids, this will do it. Years, decades, ahead of it.