Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Max 2004, Miles Mossop Wines

No real sign of fading at the core - deep right up to the rim, which is just beginning to ruby.

Nose is deep fruit - compote-y.

The palate's brilliantly pure cassis and blueberries with a hint of tar on the backbone. A touch of green pepper and spice. None of that horrendous burnt rubber what ruins so many South African reds. I like this, rather surprisingly. A bit simple, but lovely.

Tasted 12/1/10 at Luvians Bottleshop

1 comment:

Hampers said...

Thanks for sharing the Max 2004, Miles Mossop Wines review. It was nice going through your blog. Keep up the good work.