“Drink now” means that the taster doesn’t believe this wine will improve with any additional bottle age, and will be most enjoyable when it still has its youthful flavors and structure—not that it must be drunk immediately. Even the most approachable wines will usually deliver pleasure for several years past the vintage date.
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