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Mission Hill Family Estate Osoyoos and Oliver Vineyards Oculus 2006, Okanagan Valley, Canada: This Bordeaux-inspired red from one of B.C.’s top producers blends Old World finesse with New World power. The winery hand-picks and sorts grapes from the best blocks in its Oliver and Osoyoos estate vineyards. The wine is aged in French barrels for 14.5 months before bottling. All of this coddling results in a wine that delivers hedonistic ripples of pleasure on the palate. A core of blackcurrant and cassis is enclosed in a cigar box. Perfect for when you cash in your Google stock. Drink: 2009-2018. 220037 14% 750 mL $70.00 Score: 96/100. September 2, 2009 Full Review
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