"The 2017 Fatalis Fatum is a roughly equal blend of Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon with a trace amount of Petit Verdot, all aged for 20 months in 30% new oak (mostly all French). Showing some charred veggies and wood up front, this has its Cabernet Franc front and center just now. Then, it comes together, seeming lush and rather sexy. The tannins are very moderate this year, so this elegant blend is approachable now. It should still age well. Over the years, this has often been exceptional, and it's well priced too, considering the quality. This looks like a good year for it. It has some potential to improve in the cellar as well. There were 895 cases produced."
- 91 Points, Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
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