Pale ruby - quite like Pinot Noir in colour. Not at all weird on the nose, but certainly very savoury - leather, earth, bramble fruit. Beautiful maturity - really medicinal and cedary. For Musar, this is positively conventional - it evokes mature Médoc crossed with mature southern Rhône. Succulent and refined.
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