|Winery:||Casale del Giglio|
|Region:||Italy » Latium » Lazio Igt|
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Vino ottenuto da uve Petit Verdot il cui aroma ricorda le more. Varietà tardiva con tannini morbidi e vellutati, che si sposano con quelli delle piccole botti di rovere dove il vino matura. in bocca è molto intenso e di media persistenza, al naso aromi...
|Region:||Italy » Sardinia|
Prodotto dai vigneti a spalliera nelle colline meglio esposte, vinificazione a freddo maturazione con i suoi lieviti, affinato in bottiglia per qualche mese. Questo vino, degustato in data 20/12/2007, dimostra una longevità sorprendente per un bianco m...
|Winery:||Cantine dei colli berici|
|Region:||Italy » Veneto » Vicenza|
Il Dulcis in Fundo è un vino bianco da Dessert, ottenuto dall'appassimento di uve Garganega. Si ottiene così un vino di forte struttura, morbido ed elegante nel profumo e nel gusto. Un vino fresco e fruttato che si abbina bene ad ogni tipo di dolce e a...
|Winery:||The Yalumba Wine Company|
Binny's 12/2014. Wow, best white of the summer. Totally not interested in subtlety, smells, tastes like, color. Just a damn good bottle of vino. See it, buy it. Oh, had it with grilled swordfish/gazpacho salsa.Yummy, but the wine won in a photo finish.
|Region:||Italy » Tuscany » Montepulciano|
In the glass, the wine had an intense ruby red color. The bouquet was very aromatic: Black pepper, cinnamon, blackberries, blueberries, vanilla and other red fruits. Alcohol by volume was label listed at 13.5%. On the palate, Cavalierino's Vino Nobile...
|Region:||Italy » Piemonte » Asti|
Vino di sorprendente sapidità. Un vino carnoso e polposo in cui si evidenziano le note della frutta rossa arricchita dai sentori speziati del legno. Per Giacomo Bologna questo vino è talmente buono che addirittura parla. Infatti l'etichetta vuole propr...
|Winery:||Cantina Sociale di Castiadas|
|Region:||Italy » Sardinia|
Un vino delicatamente speziato che dopo 13 anni (2001 To 2014) mantiene ancora il suo equilibrio e i suoi profumi. Un vino che conserva il carattere della sua terra, un corpo vigoroso con note profumate di salsedine di uve cresciute a metà strada tra l...
|Region:||Italy » Abruzzi|
The wine had a light straw yellow color. After opening the bottle, there were aromas of green apple, lime, melon, flowers & mint. A very refreshing bouquet. On the palate, 'Pecorino' was fresh with a nice acidity. I tasted ripe fruits & honey. The fini...
|Winery:||Kangarilla Road Vineyard & Winery|
|Region:||Australia » South Australia » Mclaren Vale|
FAB fruit bomb, with a huge blast of raspberry and mint that seemed to last for days on the finish. Strong, velvety and super potent. If you are in the mood for vino with the kick of a Hawaiian Punch Very Berry juice box, it's perfect.
|Region:||Italy » Sardinia » Carignano Del Sulcis|
Intensi profumi di frutta rossa, in prevalenza ciliegia e prugna. In evidenza sentori di cacao, pepe. In bocca si dimostra un vino vigoroso con una bella vena acida e tannini dolci.
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One of the best author wines I have tasted. The harvest of that year is distinguished by having some of the best varieties of American wines. Strong but not bitter, tannins that are dispersed homogeneously in the mouth, body straight and strong wood, excellent with smooth cheese with a good density. He received trophies for "Mejor Vino Tinto" an... Read More
Wanting to refresh my memory on certain French vintages in the Rhône Valley I came across (as I often do) the Robert Parker Vintage Chart. Parker includes vintages from 1970 through 2010 on his website and scores them on the usual 100 point scale. He claims that scores of 70-79 are "average" while those of 80-89 are "above average to excellent... Read More