December 31, 2023 93 Points Wine Enthusiast

Aromas of black plum, blueberry, cassis, black licorice and olives waft through violets and dusty wood musk. The palate broods in fresh blackberries, raspberries, freshly ground black pepper and clove. This full-bodied expression has fine grippy tannins that trail into a black-tea finish.

December 31, 2023 90 Points Wine Spectator

"Shows high-toned fruit aromatics and ripe fruit on a lithe-to-medium frame. Delivers meaty notes that echo alongside plum paste and blackberry coulis on the supple palate. Drink now through 2026."

December 31, 2023 94 Points Wine Enthusiast

“The nose is seduced by aromas of wild strawberries, purple plums, garrigue and damp earth. The palate provides additional complexity with layers of cassis, clove and stone. Youthful tannins beautifully integrate and are balanced by acidity, allowing this wine to be enjoyed now or cellar well through 2030+ before revisiting.”

December 31, 2023 90 Points Wine Enthusiast

“Fresh blackberries and black cherries mingle with rhubarb and violets on the nose. The palate is a bit restrained and straightforward with a firm stone finish. Tannins integrate well, making it a great pairing with complex dishes such as lamb tagine.”

December 26, 2023 100 Points Jeb Dunnuck

One of the legendary Dominus, the 2021 Cabernet Sauvignon is unquestionably in the same league as the 2018, 2016, 2015, 2013, 2010, and 1991, and to my mind, wine simply doesn't get any better. Sporting a dense purple hue as well as an incredible perfume of blackcurrants, crushed stone, cedar pencil, smoke tobacco, and baking spices, it s rich, full-bodied, and voluptuously textured, with ripe yet building tannins. It reminds me slightly of the 2010 (maybe the 2013), and I suspect it will have a similar evolution. Hide bottles for 7-8 years, and it will evolve gracefully for 30+ years. Hats off to the team of Christian Moueix and director Tod Mostero.

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