Boy Tim Smith sure knows how to make enjoyable drinking wines eh? This Tim Smith Wines MGS 2022 is just a flow of purple fruit. Matured in all old oak, it’s boysenberry fruit for days. Maybe a fraction simple, but not lacking in intensity. I want some tannins to go with that fruit, though it also never feels heavy or overwrought – just unendingly generous and mouthfilling.
Best drinking: over the next five to ten years, but great now. 17.5/20, 91/100. 14.5%, $32. Tim Smith Wines website. Would I buy it? Worth a few glasses.
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