Tuesday, June 25, 2013

1982 Lynch Bages

5/27/13-Tim and Jane Curtis provided a delicious dinner of smoked brisket that went well with the incredible 1982 Lynch Bages.  Robert Parkers review in 2009: “One of the most drinkable, complex, and tasty 1982s of the northern Medoc, this wine is beginning to reach its plateau of full maturity. Still a dense ruby/purple color with some lightening at the edge, it offers up classic aromas of cedar wood, fruitcake, tobacco leaf, and creme de cassis. This full-bodied, opulent, fleshy, sexy Pauillac can be drunk now with great pleasure and complexity, or cellared for another 10-15 years.”

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