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Wine Spectator 91 points - Tight and flinty, with a trim, compact beam of restrained, minerally citrus-laced green apple and floral scents. Drink now through 2018.óJ.L. (May 9 2012)
Produced since 1986. Just shy of 1800 feet in elevation, in a small bowl on the western edge of the Mayacama mountains lies the original Kistler planting. Thirty year old vines grow dry farmed in deep red volcanic ash, producing a wine with an intense sense of the mountain heritage of the delicate stone fruit that is lifted, like its McCrea cousin, yet firmer, and with a stronger core and added layers of richness.
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