Martha's Vineyard 1991 Heitz

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Type Rouge
Marque Heitz
Millésime 1991
Pays États Unis
Région Napa Valley
Raisin Cabernet Sauvignon
État Parfait
Étiquette Légèrement Abîmée
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Robert Parker (89)

The 1991 Martha's Vineyard is irrefutably better than the 1990 (a wine I found to be medium-bodied, surprisingly soft, a bit diluted, but cleanly made, and capable of providing satisfactory drinking over the next decade; I rated it 86). The 1991 reveals a deeper ruby/garnet color with a hint of purple, and a shy but attractive perfume of red and black fruits, wood, spice, and a vague notion of mint. On the palate the wine exhibits very good to excellent depth, medium body, and admirable tannin, glycerin, ripeness, and richness in the spicy finish. It is a more measured style of Martha's Vineyard, as well as more concentrated than the 1990. If it matures gracefully over the next decade, it will resemble the 1969 and 1973.n.

Winespectator (93)

Offers a distinct mint-chocolate aroma, and rich minty currant and black cherry flavors in a complex, deeply concentrated, sharply focused style. Tannins are softening, but offer enough intensity for another decade of cellaring.--'81/'91 California Cabernet retrospective.

BOW (8.25)

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