Deep brown-brick in color, the 1991 Hill of Grace offers intensely scented notes of warm black fruits, Chinese dried plums, dark chocolate-covered cherries and licorice. It is very pure, full-bodied and rich in the mouth, with profound and seductive flavors, a great backbone of crisp acid and firm, finely-grained tannins through the long finish. It is mature now but no rush to drink.
Lisa-Perrotti-Brown, The Wine Advocate - 97 Points
Dark crimson with some blackish hues. Rich start but very lovely texture. Spice and some quite dry tannins but wonderfully mellow overall. So complete. A real pleasure. Jancis Robinson, jancisrobinson.com -19 Points