Eric Guido

Location: Ridgewood, NY

Food and Wine Writer for Snooth Media, Chef, Musician, Poet, Wine Lover, and Workaholic. Owner, Chef and Writer for The V.I.P. Table.

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  • Mar 3, 2013 at 7:52pm

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    At first pour, the nose was extremely expressive with tart cherry, black currant, pipe smoke and cinnamon but with time it gained herbal tones and notes of cedar, like walking through a garden of rosemary and sage. The palate showed remarkable intensity and girth with concentrated wild berry fruit, dark chocolate, exotic spices and a core of saline minerality. The finish seemed to linger for over a minute with tart cherry, cranberry, and intense dark chocolate lining the palate. The 2007 Larkmead Cabernet was wonderfully enjoyable tonight but is still such a baby. With this intensity of fruit hiding such ripe tannin and balanced acidity, it's sure to age beautifully for years to come. I'll check back in around 2016. (95 points)

  • Mar 3, 2013 at 7:49pm
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    Average Price: $84.00



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    What a gorgeous glass of wine. The nose was slender yet beautifully focused with tart cherry and cranberry up front with a whiff of grapefruit, which was followed by a soothing note of nutmeg and contrasted by soil and florals tones. On the palate it was soft with medium weight and elegance; slowly revealing its layers as an initial burst of juicy red fruit gave way to citrus notes and inner floral tones. The finish was shorter than I anticipate, yet still completely satisfying with hints of red berries and an autumnal, earthy note that I usually associate with well aged Nebbiolo. What more could you as for? With a two hour decant, this wine was singing. It was an immediate hit with everyone tasting it. What really stole the show was the bouquet, with it's fruit, earth and that beautiful citrus note that brought it all home. This was a real head-turner and a great introduction to RHYS for guests. (94 points)

  • Mar 3, 2013 at 7:48pm

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    The nose was crisp with ripe lemony notes, followed by mineral stone and a slight herbal tones. On the palate it was refreshing with green apple acidity and a slight sweet citrus note. The finish was, at first, cheek-puckering but quickly made the mouth water with lemon zest flavors lasting for over thirty seconds. This was a fun Riesling and a good value. It has lots of potential at the dinner table and great piecing acidity that really kept it juicy and fun to drink. (89 points)

  • Mar 3, 2013 at 7:46pm
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    Average Price: $29.99



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    Added Mar 3, 2013 at 7:47pm

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    Red Rhone Blend Options1/15/2013 - I LIKE THIS WINE: 91 points (Edit) On the nose I found ripe berries, fig, tobacco, and a hint of mint giving it an alluring airiness. On the palate, it was juicy, ripe--fun, with blackberry jam, cherry, spice notes and a soft, plush personality. The finish was long with staining blackberry fruit and a hint of tannin. I struggled with the price point for a short while, (decanted over four hours) but the reality is that this was an excellent Cpd for drinking now and under $30, you can't go wrong. (91 points)

  • Mar 3, 2013 at 7:45pm

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    The nose showed dark, ripe cherry fruit with notes of cedar and spice. On the palate it was soft with a rustic feel, showing cherry and herbs with a raisinated note that lasted through the heat-tinged finish. (88 points)

  • Mar 3, 2013 at 7:43pm
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    The nose was restrained, even after three hours in decanter. Red berry fruit dominated with chalky minerals and a hint of herbs and funk. On the palate, it was youthful and compact with candied red fruits and violet candies. Rich fruit extract stained the palate but was replaced by a sensation of heat that lingered long after the fruit had faded. (88 points)

  • Mar 3, 2013 at 7:41pm
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    The nose showed roses up front with cherry, iron minerals, hints of cinnamon and dried leaves. On the palate, it was medium-bodied and intense with red fruit coating the senses along with citrus peel and spice. A wave of crunchy tannin dried the palate through the finish with lingering notes of cranberry, cedar and a hint of grapefruit. This was an excellent showing for this wine, which continued to gain momentum over the course of four hours in the decanter.

  • Mar 3, 2013 at 7:40pm
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    The nose showed black cherry, herbs, and dark wood tones. On the palate it showed a light to medium body with juicy, ripe red berry and a note of cedar, which stayed through the close. The 2009 Campofiorin represents great value. It's clean and fruity with enough depth to keep you interested throughout the bottle.

  • Mar 3, 2013 at 7:38pm
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    Average Price: $12.49



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    Added Mar 3, 2013 at 7:38pm

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    The nose was highly expressive with crushed wild berries, hints of stems & herbs with soil tones and a whiff of sweet violet candies. On the palate it was silky smooth yet juicy with notes of blackberry, cherry, black licorice and spice. The long finish was saturating to the palate with intense concentration clinging to the senses. I really enjoyed this wine. A perfect blend of Grenache and Syrah that really hits that perfect balance. After two hours open in bottle, it truly began to sing.

  • Mar 3, 2013 at 7:35pm

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    Added Mar 3, 2013 at 7:35pm

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    The nose showed dusty cherry and berry tartlet, mulling spice and masses of floral notes. On the palate, it was juicy with a light to medium body and refreshing "drink me" personality. Yet there was still remarkable presences as cherry and cranberry fruit mixed with spices and minerals that lasted through the finish with a hint of structure that tugged at the sides of my cheeks. Overall, a wonderful experience and a very complete wine that pleases on many levels.

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