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July 01, 2004


Gismondi on Wine, July 2004, Tony Gismondi, Canada’s top wine writer reviewed the 2000 Dyer Cabernet Sauvignon "…The wine opens with a peppery, spicy, licorice root and blackberry fruit nose mixed with cinnamon and saddle leather notes. Rich, round, intense and dry it has big mountain blackberry, peppery, spicy, licorice, black olive flavours with a cardamom, vanilla, chocolate finish. Warm full and well balanced it will improve even more 2 to 4 more years in bottle." Tasted 7/4/04 90pts


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