- 2004 Bleasdale Frank Potts - Australia, South Australia, Fleurieu, Langhorne Creek (11/16/2019)
Double decanted two hours prior to service. Dark, opaque red color with a lightening rim. Nose was initially a touch of green pepper and cassis, with the green pepper blowing off with air. Balance tannins and acid, with both still showing but in harmony. There's red fruits literally popping out of this wine. Drinking extremely well, with many years of life left. (92 pts.)
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