TN: Happy 4th with 2015 Bedrock Nervo

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TN: Happy 4th with 2015 Bedrock Nervo

#1 Post by jcoley3 » July 4th, 2019, 6:46 pm

Paired with a grass-fed and -finished ribeye.

Pretty perfume of black cherry, raspberry and blueberry. A hint of stock and dry-agey beef funk.

Juicy. sappy red and dark fruit. Tannins are buried in the wine's texture. Rich flavor, but a wine of elegance and finesse. Balanced in the way these unique old vine blends can be (and usually are with this crew).

Drinking beautifully now, but no need to rush.
Jim Coley ITB

"So I say, like Ortega y Gasset, that when a lot of people agree on something, it's either a stupid idea or a beautiful woman." - Alvaro Mutis

"You could spend a lot more money, and not get a better Burgundy...” - Carlo Rossi

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