Château Beauregard, Pomerol 1989

Brick.  Mineral and metal on the nose: blood and tincture and wet sand.  The palate is replete with umami and stocky savor and the fruit runs to white raspberry.  The edible finish is graced by an undercurrent of rare duck breast and dried porcini.  Now.

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