Sean Thackrey ‘Pleiades XVIII Old Vines’


Bursting with boysenberry, blackberry and cherry fruit. An odd stockpot of Sangiovese, Mourvedre, Vigonier, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon “to name a few,” it’s said. It all works for an enjoyable and accessible fruit forward sip with a tart fruit finish. Age or aggressive decanting will help smooth the sharp peaks. An eccentric one, both mysterious and charming — enjoyable company, though perhaps not frequently. A good wine. (Reviewed 10/30/10)

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Filed under $21 to $50, Cabernet Sauvignon, California, Italian Varietals, Syrah/Shiraz | Grenache | Mourvedre

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