Taylor 2007

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Tasting Notes

The Taylor’s 2007 is in a rather odd phase at the moment, its sweet, marzipan-tinged bouquet tending to dominate the ripe black fruit. The palate is much more controlled, with very fine tannins, supremely well-judged acidity and a very elegant, composed finish that has more purity and poise than the Fonseca. I would give bottles another decade to allow the aromatics to calm down. Tasted May 2013. (94+ Points)

Score: 94

Neal Martin, Wine Advocate, RobertParker.com 01 June 2013

Dark crimson. Great peppery nose. Very appetising indeed. Rich and yet overlaid by lovely zippiness. So Taylor! Just a bit dry on the end. This demands so much time. It will never be the sweetest (drier than the 2009) nor most concentrated. Still pretty tannic and dry.

Score: 18

Jancis Robinson MW, JancisRobinson.com Maturity: 2025-2050 15 September 2011