Tyler Worth

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  • Jul 6, 2011 at 3:07pm

    Previously available for $37.00



    Tyler Worth's Review:
    Added Jul 6, 2011 at 3:07pm
    91 points. Deep, dark, and tight, the aroma of this wine gushes with blackcurrant juice. There is a clear, wet stone component mixed in with notes of black leather, driftwood, and an overall shadowy, dark forest quality. Just as tight and classic Bordeaux-like as the nose leads you to expect, this wine could almost be confused for a Left Bank blend from France. It’s austere, with dark, dried berry tones and hints of leather. Dried herbs and a desert-hued, somewhat cactus pad like quality contribute to a very interesting, dusty, earth based sense of terroir. This wine is dark and intense with nicely executed balance between a full body and a tight composure. Source: What's Worth Drinking: http://whatsworthdrinking.com/2010/09/29/post-75-central-coast-adventures-pt-14-all-in-the-family-bordeaux-blends-with-donati-winery/

  • Jul 6, 2011 at 3:06pm

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    Tyler Worth's Review:
    Added Jul 6, 2011 at 3:06pm
    91 points. Blackcurrant, black plum, exotic wood and potpourri blend with lavender and Bing cherries on the nose. Forest herbs and wild flowers open up with a spin in glass to create a very inviting, lovely mix of aromas. Supple, smooth, and refined, this is a deeply silky, beautiful wine on the palate. Notes of lavender and black raspberry appear, moving into spiced plum preserves and fruitcake tones. Licorice and kitchen spices combine on the finish, leaving a lasting impression. The tannins of this wine are incredibly subtle, but gripping, and the body is full and yet still very refined. Source: What's Worth Drinking: http://whatsworthdrinking.com/2010/09/29/post-75-central-coast-adventures-pt-14-all-in-the-family-bordeaux-blends-with-donati-winery/

  • Jul 6, 2011 at 3:05pm

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    Tyler Worth's Review:
    Added Jul 6, 2011 at 3:05pm
    90 points. The aroma of Tal Padre is black olive toned with deep mineral driven soil components. It’s foresty and earthy, with a moss and pine character that evolves into wild mushrooms and forest berries with a spin in the glass. Sassafras, blackcurrant, and dried raspberry introduce the palate. There is a hint of suede which carries with it a tight, firm structure. Delicate spices, just a touch of fruit preserves, and an antique dustiness play into the finish. This is a nicely complex wine with a pleasant, reserved structure, and a very successful and true expression of the varietal. Source: What's Worth Drinking: http://whatsworthdrinking.com/2010/09/29/post-75-central-coast-adventures-pt-14-all-in-the-family-bordeaux-blends-with-donati-winery/

  • Jul 6, 2011 at 3:03pm

    Previously available for $40.00



    Tyler Worth's Review:
    Added Jul 6, 2011 at 3:03pm
    90 points. White nectarine and delicate white floral tones introduce the aroma. This softness is countered by a firm backbone of deep, crisp minerality. This wine’s nose is complex and full, with interesting combinations of components lime crushed wet stone and light scents of coconut, and an almost steely quality with a faint hint of lime. It’s very interesting, tightly knit, and somewhat of a challenge to define. The palate is delicate, crisp, and fresh at once. A white floral tone introduces the wine, with fresh peach and a faint hint of bubblegum following right afterward. Vanilla custard and something spicy and baked, almost like pumpkin pie, appear on the mid palate, and mingle with more floral tones, which last into the finish. This is a wonderfully complex, evolving, and incredibly interesting wine. Source: What's Worth Drinking: http://whatsworthdrinking.com/2010/09/28/post-74-central-coast-adventures-pt-13-temecula-tuesday-19-roussanne-blends/

  • Jul 6, 2011 at 3:01pm

    Previously available for $24.00



    Tyler Worth's Review:
    Added Jul 6, 2011 at 3:01pm
    87 points. Tart melon notes combine with an interesting mix of tangerine and kiwi on the nose. There is some limestone based minerality, a kiss of light honey, and a ripe, fleshy quince component. A spin in the glass reveals the very faintest floral note, reminiscent somewhat of water lily. There is a delicate sweetness to this wine that comes across more as just being ripe and juicy than actually sugary. White peach, a touch of orange, and a nice crisp edge of limestone introduce the palate. Light floral tones appear, with pumice and quince appearing before and into the finish. This is a very enjoyable, light, and refreshing wine, but it has a good amount of depth and complexity that give it a substantial presence on the palate. Source: What's Worth Drinking: http://whatsworthdrinking.com/2010/09/28/post-74-central-coast-adventures-pt-13-temecula-tuesday-19-roussanne-blends/

  • Jul 6, 2011 at 2:58pm

    Previously available for $26.00



    Tyler Worth's Review:
    Added Jul 6, 2011 at 2:58pm
    92 points. The aroma is exciting, with very strong varietal identity and a complex layering of nuances. Charcoal and a grilled quality play off of a mix of wild cherry, vanilla bean, and black currant. A spin in the glass reveals very true tones of violets and red roses, with a combination of licorice, rubber, and just a hint of kitchen spices and sweet pipe tobacco. The nose on this wine alone nearly makes it worth trying. It enters with sweet raspberry, and creamy tones of vanilla and violet. Toward the mid palate there is café au latte with raspberry syrup, with some interesting hints of pine, rubber, and black peppercorns. It ends with a touch of oak cask, blackberry preserves, and a nice woodsy, black stone and juniper quality. This is a beautifully executed wine, with exceptional smoothness, a velvety, full body, and gentle, pleasant and persistent tannins. Source: What's Worth Drinking: http://whatsworthdrinking.com/2010/09/24/post-73-central-coast-adventures-pt-12-syrah-week-old-world-inspiration/

  • Jul 6, 2011 at 2:55pm

    Previously available for $37.00



    Tyler Worth's Review:
    Added Jul 6, 2011 at 2:55pm
    91 points. The aroma is full of intense earthy tones, with manure, hay, and rich soil. Dark berry bush aromas balance against this at the wine’s core, with blackberries and raspberries showing through specifically with a spin in the glass. There is a very faint driftwood quality and just a hint of distant brush fire on the edges. At first sip you immediately know that this is a nicely done wine. Deep, dark, forest berry tones, raw sugar, and a very dark, rich soil component, play with that same brush fire smoke detected on the nose. Black pepper, dried herbs, and dried forest berries show up toward, and into, the finish, giving an extra level of refined earthiness and a nice balance to the fruit. This is a pastoral wine, without the big jammy fruit of many New World Syrahs, and somewhat reminiscent of a Cotes du Rhone wine. Source: What's Worth Drinking: http://whatsworthdrinking.com/2010/09/24/post-73-central-coast-adventures-pt-12-syrah-week-old-world-inspiration/

  • Jul 6, 2011 at 2:44pm

    Previously available for $20.00



    Tyler Worth's Review:
    Added Jul 6, 2011 at 2:44pm
    89 points. The nose of this wine is really creamy, big, and rich. Plum and berry preserves mix with allspice and nutmeg and mocha at the core of the aroma. A good spin in the glass opens up an intriguing earthiness, with a rich soil component and a faint note of cacao nibs. Instantly rich and smooth, there is a velvety quality to this wine. Mixed berry preserves and spiced, poached plums combine beautifully with a dusting of cacao powder and raspberry jelly candies. Rose wood and a little burnt caramel and nut brittle appear toward the finish, with a very subtle pastoral herbal quality at the very end. This is a very nice wine, with a good, firm tannin structure and a nice combination of New World ripeness and a subtle Old World dustiness. Source: What's Worth Drinking: http://whatsworthdrinking.com/2010/09/23/post-72-central-coast-adventures-pt-11-syrah-week-exploring-the-new-world/

  • Jul 6, 2011 at 2:43pm

    Previously available for $34.00



    Tyler Worth's Review:
    Added Jul 6, 2011 at 2:43pm
    89 points. Very deep, tart cherries and apple tones introduce the nose. Dark volcanic stone notes and a bit of flint play off of dark plums and blackberries. The aroma of this wine is incredibly dark, but manages to be fresh and ripe at the same time. It’s very appealing and inviting. The palate is soft, ripe and sweet, and enjoyably plush. Very nice spice cake tones appear at the first sip, with butter and cream tones coming through into the mid palate. Dark volcanic stone and ripe tones of plum and mixed berries emerge before notes of exotic wood appear moving into the finish. This is a plush, nicely complex, and loveable wine Source: What's Worth Drinking: http://whatsworthdrinking.com/2010/09/23/post-72-central-coast-adventures-pt-11-syrah-week-exploring-the-new-world/

  • Jul 6, 2011 at 2:37pm

    Previously available for $1.00



    Tyler Worth's Review:
    Added Jul 6, 2011 at 2:36pm
    92 points. Dark, deep, and faintly smoky, this wine’s nose is pretty impressive from the very start. Peppered black currant and chocolate covered licorice play with mixed kitchen spices and tons of fleeting elements of complexity that seem to erupt from the glass like tiny bits of shrapnel. Delicately ripe and sweet, with just a hint of jamminess, this is a hedonistic glass of wine. Fresh black cherry and blackcurrant juice splash across the palate, creating a very intense, mouth filling experience. To that a somewhat dusty suede component is added, with dark chocolate, burnt caramel, and a hint of dried berries. All of these flavors mingle beautifully toward the end and fade elegantly into the finish. This wine manages to blend a variety of styles together at once it seems. The fruit is both jammy and fresh and juicy, the palate has softly dusty tannins but still remains creamy and smooth, and there is a ton of complex intensity while the wine still remains well composed and reserved. Source: What's Worth Drinking: http://whatsworthdrinking.com/2010/09/21/post-71-central-coast-adventures-pt-10-temecula-tuesday-18-syrah-week-doffo-vs-alapay-remix/

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