Gregory Dal Piaz

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  • Jul 5, 2010 at 4:42pm
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    Gregory Dal Piaz's Review:
    Added Jul 5, 2010 at 4:42pm
    At the Chateau Very Cabernet driven on the nose with dried green chilies, smoke, cedar wood notes, a touch of juniper all over astringent red fruits. Spicy on entry with red fruits, vegetal tones and a touch of brambly, juniper like spice. Medium bodied and a bit soft on the mid-palate with nice ripe tannins and small red fruits accented by a bit of pipe tobacco on the moderate finish that shows some persistently sweet wood tones. 86pts

    Gregory Dal Piaz's Review:
    Added Jun 20, 2010 at 5:39pm
    Cedary, oaky and toasty on the nose slick in the mouth, almost silky, tight and shallow, closed with no mid-palate or finish. (81-82)

  • Jul 2, 2010 at 5:08pm
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    Gregory Dal Piaz's Review:
    Added Jul 2, 2010 at 5:08pm
    A bit Funky on the nose with a dusty character and dried wild cherry fruit accented with green tobacco notes. On entry this is rather soft, modestly endowed with a nice mineral soil tone up front then building gently layered complexity with notes of cherry, tobacco, and oak spice building across the palate. The backend shows better focus as the tannin kicks in, with the finish displaying excellent length and ripe fruit with only a touch of vegetal herbaciousness. This needs time to knit together but should improve. 89pts

    Gregory Dal Piaz's Review:
    Added Jun 20, 2010 at 5:42pm
    Dark, earthy nose, slightly fudgy, tomato leaf, carnations, integrated and balanced wood spice – nice fruit up front, a bit lean on the mp, slightly elevated acids, nice fresh fruit, fairly structured for it’s size, a bit tough, balanced though, moderate finish shows some tough tannins, will need some time (87-88)

  • Jun 30, 2010 at 6:34pm
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    Gregory Dal Piaz's Review:
    Added Jun 30, 2010 at 6:34pm
    This is quite aromatic with classic notes of pineapple, toasty oak, ripe pear and sweet cream on the nose. This enters the mouth with a nice bright aspect, and while the mid-palate turns a bit creamy the vibrant acidity keeps the wine lively on the palate. It's got plenty of freshness in a style that highlight the ripe fruit character, in this case bright pineapple and citrus fruits with a hint of green apple. The oak fades into the fruit nicely on the backend and allows for a fresh finish of good length with the integrated oak just framing the slightly creamy, vanilla tinged fruit. This is not particularly complex but is surprisingly fun to drink! 89pts

  • Jun 30, 2010 at 6:21pm
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    Gregory Dal Piaz's Review:
    Added Jun 30, 2010 at 6:21pm
    This offers up mellow aromatics with notes of chocolate shavings, cedar, soft baking spices and red plum fruit. The entry is light and easy going with an underlay of modest wood tannins adding a touch of texture up front. The fruit is very much in the red end of the spectrum. This is medium bodied with good structure in a soft but not fat style that relies on the wood for both noticeable tannin and spice contributions. the finish is a bit short, but overall this is an easy drinking, easy going style of Merlot. 86pts

  • Jun 30, 2010 at 6:10pm
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    Gregory Dal Piaz's Review:
    Added Jun 30, 2010 at 6:10pm
    With a nice a touch of American oak on the nose enhancing it’s spicy character, this marries rich, sweet berry fruit with an underlay of spice, vanilla and bramble that is the signature of classic Zinfandel. On entry there is a burst of rich blackberry fruit supported by soft tannins that have the slightest edge of rusticitiy and solid supporting acidity. This is not a wine of complexity but one built on a fine balance of pure ripe fruit and subtly spicy wood tones. The spice gains the upper hand on the finish, which is slightly hot but not unusually so, and shows really nice persistence. A solid, balanced Zin with enough snappy acidity to make it perfect a perfect accompaniment to a summers Barbeque. 90pts

  • Jun 29, 2010 at 9:14am
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    Gregory Dal Piaz's Review:
    Added Jun 29, 2010 at 9:14am
    Smells quite fruity with a nice green apple tone over some vanilla cream. On entry this shows a bit more of the toasty, creamy oak than just the vanilla on the nose but it’s fairly well balanced and round with enough acid to keep it bright. There is a little toasty nuttiness on the backend and a green apple, and lime, tone on the modest finish. A simple, fruity, and friendly styled Chardonnay 83pts

  • Jun 29, 2010 at 9:13am

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    Gregory Dal Piaz's Review:
    Added Jun 29, 2010 at 9:13am
    Low keyed on the nose with sweet bubblegum tones over a bed of lightly spicy pear fruit. This enters the mouth with a creamy edge then gains some nice tension on the mid-palate. It’s showing some nice wood spice tones but they float under the lightly creamy, orange and almost syrupy peach fruit of the mid-palate. The finish is light and reveals a bit more vanilla toned oak influence paired with nice, vibrant and refreshing green apple acids. 85pts

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    Gregory Dal Piaz's Review:
    Added Jun 29, 2010 at 9:13am
    Very fruit, tutti frutti perfumed with a real intense fruit stripes gum kind of nose. On the palate this is round and fairly lush with a sweet edge to the honeydew and candied citrus fruits. It’s got good acids offering cut on the palate but is a relatively simple wine. The melony finish is clean and refreshing, making this easy drinking wine perfect for a casual party and suitable for a variety of light dishes. This would work well with some salty prosciutto and melon. 85pts

  • Jun 29, 2010 at 9:12am
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    Gregory Dal Piaz's Review:
    Added Jun 29, 2010 at 9:12am
    Fairly deep and somewhat evolved showing dark honey tones, a bit of subtle wood, and a gamy, meaty edge to the dried quincy fruit with a definite cheesy edge here. On entry this is very finely focused with a leading knife-edge of acid leading to a coiled mid-palate of yellow and spicy fruit. There is nice flesh here with a touch of tannins and smoky, candle wax high tones in the mouth. This is really showing tightly with plenty of refreshing acid and a long finish with nice minerality and crisp sour apple tones. This would show well against chilled shellfish. 89pts

  • Jun 29, 2010 at 9:11am

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    Gregory Dal Piaz's Review:
    Added Jun 29, 2010 at 9:11am
    This has an underlying funkiness, like ripe persimmon, on the nose with light floral aromas and noticeable oak influences that are both woody and spicy. On the palate this marries power and a certain sense of refinement as it offers very precise, ripe pineapple and almost kiwi fruit backed up by slightly smoky, toasty, allspice tones edges. The finish is like ringing a bell, clear, mineral, and resonant with excellent length and a long acid tail, and a finale of lightly baked apple fruit. This will probably improve with time in the bottle, but will make a fine match for a slow cooked, simply season pork shoulder, 92pts

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