Important notes pertaining to this bottle (Please read before purchase. Refer to auction glossary for the abbreviations used): IN / DC / DL
This wine comes from a private collector's cellar.
"Deep garnet-brick in color, the 1998 Hill of Grace has a medicinal nose of iodine plus warm plums, prunes, licorice and espresso. A bit hard in the mouth, it has crisp acid, medium to firm, chewy and somewhat astringent tannins through the long finish. Mature now, it should keep through 2020+." Robert Parker
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