Wine descriptions: who said it?

Who wrote these words:

“The tannin has become more supple, the texture is sensational, and the wine is like a towering skyscraper in the mouth without being heavy or disjointed.”

a) Santiago Calatrava
b) Donald Trump
c) Robert Parker
d) the DC Madam

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9 Responses to “Wine descriptions: who said it?”


  1. Sure doesn’t sound like Robert Parker!


  2. c)


  3. I know if I said it, I’d by @#$ kicked. In fact, I’d probably do the kicking myself.


  4. c) Robert Parker: http://www.internetwines.com/rws25146.html


  5. C regarding 2000 Margaux


  6. Sometimes a skyscraper is just a skyscraper. . .


  7. You are all good! And how nice of Sigmund to drop by for comment #6!

    And yes it was Robert Parker describing the Chateau Margaux 2000. (find this wine) I guess he likes having skyscrapers in the mouth because he gave the wine 100 points (or was it a 96?).


  8. 100


  9. “Spoiler alert” should be appended to Isaac’s comment…


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