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Robert Parker's Review

Robert M. Parker's Wine Advocate # 209 Oct 2013
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Robert M. Parker's Wine Advocate # 209 Oct 2013

The 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon Eternity exhibits an opaque purple color as well as abundant notes of licorice, incense, forest floor, and a boatload of black and blue fruits. This full-bodied, stunning blend of 91.1% Estate Cabernet Sauvignon and 8.9% Estate Petit Verdot will benefit from another 2-3 years of cellaring, and should keep for 25-30 years thereafter.

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Customer Accolade

We had some special friends over for dinner on Thursday.  We prepared short ribs in a French style.  We then compared the 1998 CC (it’s the oldest CC I have) vs. a 1990 Margaux.  One of our guests fancies himself as a French wine kind of guy. I prefer American Cab, but I do appreciate a great Margaux.  Both wines were fantastic, but everyone agreed that  the best was the Clark-Claudon.  It was really obvious.  Thought you should know!! (but then I bet you already did).

— Bob Paluck

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