|Region:||Spain » Rioja|
|Varietal:||Tempranillo , Graciano|
A good wine and a great value; a bit low on acidity for my taste but fine tannins, bold drark fruit and a spicy finish make this an enjoyable wine. I recommend it.
|Winery:||Château de Blomac|
|Region:||France » Languedoc-roussillon » Languedoc » Minervois|
|Varietal:||Syrah , Carignan , Grenache|
http://www.spittoon.biz/on_french_wine_and_food.html a bargain for its silky palate, fine structure and berry-led flavours. There is more to the wine than a simple berry-fest though, a fine complexity of spice and thigh-hugging leather makes a recent G...
|Winery:||Crane Lake Cellars|
|Region:||USA » California » Lake|
This was quite a pleasant fine. A robust dark fruity wine with strong hints of licorice in the nose and on the tongue.
|Winery:||Dancing Hares Vineyard|
|Region:||USA » California » Napa|
Outstanding! Big, Bold, multi structured, and evenly balanced. beautiful color and a wonderful bouquet that seduces the palate. This is a wonderful wine from start to finish, and an example of fine craftsmanship. Cheers!
|Winery:||Domaine des Baumard|
|Region:||France » Loire|
I must admit, this dessert wine had tiny nuances of my favorite dessert wine. The very similarity made it clear that Chaume wine for the value can be a terrific subsitute for other fine dessert wines.
|Region:||USA » California » Napa » Diamond Mountain|
Tasted out of an automatic self service machine. Expressive nose, soft mouthfeel of truffles, flowers, and wild berries. Fine grain tannins resonate on the finish. A more feminine wine, with both subtle and obvious beauty. 94 points.
|Varietal:||Merlot , Syrah , Cabernet Sauvignon|
Smooth with wine. Great blend that is smooth with a good finish. Easy to drink alone or with food. Went just fine with a good juicy burger.
|Region:||France » Bordeaux » Pomerol|
One can be cynical in many things, but not about Pomerol;this fine property produces a fine result for the 2006 vintage with a bouquet redolent of a bed of fir branches, cranberries, and wild (unfarmed) cherries. The entry shows the pedigree of Merl...
|Region:||Argentina » Mendoza » San Rafael|
Had this one with dinner last evening. After getting past the 'barnyard' aromas, the wine was just fine - tight and dry with bright tannins and acidity. Loads of earth and spice and near ripe fruit.
|Region:||France » Rhône » Southern Rhône » Muscat de Beaumes-de-venise|
I thought this was a fine dessert wine. This wine was rich and sweet (but not at all cloying) with a slightly oily texture. An exquisite floral character was present with traces of coriander and peach.
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Fantastic White, Dry blend from Northern Michigan - The State of Riesling.This wine in 2008 (on of the best vintages in that region) is 35% Pinot Gris, 55% Pinot Blanc, 10% Pinot Noir: Deep straw color, with under-ripe green apple, citrus and mineral flavors and aromas; medium full bodied, with good cut and length; rich, round and just ripe enou... Read More
Guys I am doing a little research on Burgundian wines, pinot noir specifically. What are the generally accepted finest Pinot Noirs from the Cote de Beaune region of Burgundy? I greatly appreciate your help. Read More
Hello from Arizona! We have quite a few wineries here in my lovely state and my goal is to one day visit the southern ones. I am also quite new to wines but I can tell you that I am a lover of them. Especially the red ones, I think it's because of the boldness. I came across this website accidentally but upon reading through it seems to me as if... Read More
Even though there is a decided chill in the air, I can't help but enjoy a glass of Sauvignon Blanc now and again. It's more than a little surprising to even myself, but I love the lean, refreshing nature of Sauvignon Blanc, particularly when it's paired with the right foods. Chèvre anyone?In the summer Sauvignon Blanc works almost all the time, ... Read More
Perhaps Bordeaux? My schedule ios frightening, but I do have time free right around the 4th-5th-6th of November.What say we? Read More
It was just last week that I was describing Sonoma as a little wild, rustic, and pioneering, a small microcosm of what’s happening in California these days. Retaining that warm patina of days gone by, while continuing to reveal new treasures almost daily.I should have saved that thought because it perfectly describes Sonoma’s own Don Sebastiani ... Read More
Welcome to the Weekly Wine News Roundup. Each week, we'll be bringing you a collection of interesting and compelling wine content from around the web. Included in this week's post you'll find: Crushpad's US market shareAnother set of thieves stealing an entire cropWhole Foods selling wine grapes?A winemaker suing anonymous commenters on wine blo... Read More
I was working the sale (and getting paid to do so, therein lies your full disclosure)- but I am not being paid to report on what occured.In short: It was a rousing success. We'll have to wait to get the more detailed numbers, but here are a few broad descriptions and notes of what went down at the Morrell Wine Bar & Cafe yesterday:The Lafite wa... Read More
We first tasted this delicious wine in Oxford, at the Chertwell BoatHouse (see http://bit.ly/9zAVw7)--such a charming place, table right on the green river. It was so wonderful that we ordered a bottle once we got home, and now, tasting it a second time, it is still delicious--but how could it be as rapturously wonderful as it was in that wonder... Read More
Life in the fast line, that’s how these guys roll. The world of wine has been expanding at such a rapid pace that it’s not surprising to find aspiring vintners from all walks of life. In fact, we’ve tracked down 4 who started life on the road, at 150 miles per hour!Yes, it’s true, racecar drivers can now be found making wine. And not just any ra... Read More