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    Chateau Sociando Mallet 2005
    Haut Medoc
    Bottle (11)
    "Always one of the most ageworthy and backward wines of Bordeaux, Sociando Mallet could be described as the poor man's version of Latour or Montrose. Based on the still painfully young bottles of the 1975 and 1982 in my cellar, the 2005 will undoubtedly last for 30-40 years. It exhibits graphite, black currant liqueur, smoke, and toast characteristics, zesty acidity, huge tannins, and equally massive concentration and extract. From a proprietor who consistently transcends his pedigree, it is a beauty of purity and symmetry." (91+pts Robert Parker, Wine Advocate #176, April 2008)


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    June, 2013
    14th Friday
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