2005 Bond, Melbury, Vecina, Pluribus

status: CLOSED
current: US$450.00 - No Reserve!
time past closing: 952 days, 12 hours
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5/12/12 9:41P EST
high bidder: tlong (83)
# of bids: 1 bid history
quantity: 1 Lot of 3 bottles
ships to: United States and Worldwide
ships from: Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
seller level: Standard
lot: #17477566
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2005 Bond, Melbury, Vecina, Pluribus


2005 Bond, Melbury, Vecina, Pluribus

Seller Will Ship To: United States and Worldwide
Size of Bottles in this Lot: 750
Number of Bottles in lot: 3
Bottle Fill Level: New Bottle
Bottle Label Condition: New Bottle
Shipping Policy: Buyer Pays
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You are bidding on 3 bottles of Bond produced by Harlan Estate. 2005 Bond Melbury 2005 Bond Vecina 2005 Bond Pluribus These bottles and labels are pristine. They have been kept in my luxury home built in wine cellar at 58 degrees since purchase mailing list purchase directly from Harlan Estate. Reviews and Ratings 2005 BOND Melbury, Napa Valley Inky garnet in the glass, this wine has a gorgeous nose of tobacco, wet earth, and black cherry aromas. In the mouth it is silky smooth with wonderful balance and flavors of tobacco, wet dirt, cola, and a fantastic smokiness that lingers into the finish. One of the two original vineyard sites released in 1999, Melbury is a vineyard on the north side of Lake Hennessy and its fossil-ridden sedimentary soils are said to resemble St. Emilion. Score: around 9.5 2005 BOND Vecina, Napa Valley Inky garnet in color, this wine has a lovely nose of cedar, cocoa powder, and stony, mineral aromas. In the mouth it is a monster of rocky, mineral, earthy qualities married with a core of cherry and cocoa powder. Incredible acids and powdery tannins wrap like taut sinews around this core of fruit that is welded to a wet, crushed stone quality that continues through a very long finish. Distinctive and outstanding, this wine will almost certainly be even better with 5-10 years of age. One of the two original vineyard sites for BOND, it sits south of the Harlan estate in Oakville, carved into the side of a hill. Only two inches of soil separate the vines from bedrock. Score: between 9.5 and 10 2005 BOND Pluribus, Napa Valley Inky garnet in the glass, this wine has a piney, herbal quality to its nose that I eventually find myself describing as arugula. In the mouth it is somewhat austere, with flavors of bright cherry fruit, crushed green herbs, granite, and slightly drying tannins that give the finish a black tea quality. From a rocky knoll on the side of Spring Mountain planted with vines for the first time in 1998, it is surrounded on all sides by a conifer forest. Pluribus became a BOND wine in 2003. Score: between 9 and 9.5

2005 Bond, Melbury, Vecina, Pluribus

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