92 points James Suckling
An impressive wine for the vintage with lots of sweet, ripe fruit, hints of chocolate and toasted oak, and a long, flavorful finish. Full body, silky texture. Juicy finish. Better in 2016. (2/2014)
90 points Wine Spectator
Sports a dark profile, with ganache and espresso notes enmeshed with the core of fig and blackberry confiture flavors. Long and velvety through the finish, featuring a smoky note that weaves in and out. For fans of the not-shy style. Best from 2015 through 2025. (Web-2014)
Stored on it’s side in a climate controlled cellar since purchase.