Eliciously ripe and inviting, with a mix of blueberry, fig and plum fruit that bounces along, supported by light toast and tobacco shadings. Fruit and spice meld nicely on the lively finish, where a nice streak of chalk is well-embedded. Drink now through 2017.
The 2009 Bad Boy is shows intense coffee bean, toasted bread and concentrated ripe fruit. Full bodied with soft and velvety tannings and a medium finish. Juicy wine in a flashy style. This is now called Mauvais Garcon, which means "bad boy" in French ~ James Suckling.