You neednít be a Keynesian economist to appreciate the idea of the Liquidity Preference Function (LPF) – to consume today or to delay gratification for the future. We leave it to you to determine whether your rate of interest for LPF is: savor now or cellar for later?
109 cases produced. 98% Cabernet Sauvignon, 2% Petit Verdot.
94 Points – JebDunnuck.com, August 2017
93 Points ” Deep ruby. Expressive, oak-spiced cherry, black currant and floral pastille aromas are complemented by suggestions of vanilla, roasted coffee and licorice. Sweet, seamless and expansive in the mouth, offering densely packed dark berry, bitter cherry and spicecake flavors and a hint of mocha. Shows excellent focus and powerful thrust on the extremely long, juicy finish, which features repeating spiciness and smooth, slow-building tannins. Drinking window: 2021-2028.” – Vinous, November 2017
93 Points – International Wine Review, December 2016
92 Points – Purely Domestic Wine Report, March 2017