Harlan Estate 2017

Harlan Estate 2017
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Region: Oakville, Napa Valley

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The Harlan Estate 2017 is a wine of exceptional beauty and depth, reflecting the unique characteristics of its vintage. It displays a deep, almost opaque color that captivates the eye. On the nose, it unveils a symphony of aromas, with layers of blackberries, cassis, and dark cherries intertwining with hints of graphite, cedar, and exotic spices. The palate is opulent and velvety, revealing flavors of ripe black fruits, chocolate, and espresso. The wine's texture is luxurious, with seamless tannins and well-integrated acidity providing a harmonious structure. The finish is remarkably long and persistent, leaving an impression of finesse and complexity. With its impeccable balance and exceptional depth, the Harlan Estate 2017 is a testament to the estate's commitment to producing wines of unparalleled quality. This vintage promises to age gracefully, allowing the wine to evolve and develop further complexities over time.

Robert Parker - 97+ Points

"Deep garnet-purple in color, the 2017 Harlan Estate needs a little coaxing to reveal captivating iron ore, red currant jelly, cloves and crushed rocks scents with a core of warm cassis, Black Forest cake and boysenberries plus a waft of pencil lead. Medium to full-bodied, it has a firm, grainy texture with a lively backbone and loads of earthy layers, long and mineral laced. This should be one of the longer-lived wines coming out of the 2017 vintage."

Antonio Galloni - 96+ Points

"The 2017 Harlan Estate is superb. Deep, inky and wonderfully expressive, the 2017 is impeccably rendered. All the elements come together effortlessly. The nervous tannins of the vintage are evident, but there is also plenty of sumptuousness. Time in the glass brings out a whole range of red-toned fruit and floral notes that are surprising for a year with massive heat spike. The 2017 is polished and sophisticated to the core. In a word: impressive."