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    Richebourg 2002
    Meo-Camuzet
    lnl
    Bottle (1)
    "Brooding, backward and tight but with more aromatic intensity, revealing subtle black fruit aromas, earth and an intense spiciness followed by big, muscular and very powerful flavors and a huge amount of extract that completely buffers the very firm tannins. This will require lots of time but it should live for 25 years or more. Don't even think of opening this for at least ten years." (95pts Allen Meadows, Burghound #17, Jan 2005)


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