|Region:||Italy » Emilia-romagna » Emilia Igt|
Red Table Wine
If you're hosting a dinner party for kin who have different tastes and aren't concerned with how much is spent on a label, this red would be my recommendation. Great with beef, lamb, bison, and/or spiced foods, this palette cleaner adds a fruity balan...
|Region:||USA » Oregon » Columbia Valley|
If you're expecting a cabernet or a merlot, it's not. What it is, is a wonderful blend of grapes prevalent with spice, tannins, oak, light currant, chocolate, and a finish that leaves one remembering a fine wine. Produced in Walla Walla washington. Th...
|Winery:||Torrey Ridge Winery|
|Region:||USA » New York » Finger Lakes|
Oh my goodness....is this really wine??? The flavors of cranberry and raspberry are very distinct and make this wine very "drinkable". Delicious.
|Region:||France » Eastern France » Vin de Pays de la Haute Saône|
Joe Donelan told me this was his favorite offering of 2005. Sure paired well with our spicy Crab Cioppino. Decanted 3 hours before guests arrived then put back in the bottle and left on the table until dinner 2 hours later. Over that span it blossomed ...
|Winery:||Folie à Deux Winery|
|Region:||USA » California » Napa|
Opaque bright ruby, aromas of red fruits and spice, flavor notes of red plums, berry and red currant with vanilla; balanced and integrated, this is a good table wine value dominated by Zinfandel, balanced by Merlot, and structured by Cabernet Sauvignon...
|Region:||USA » New Jersey|
Super-sweet finisher for dessert. Dark with only a hint of tart, lusciously full-flavored Ranier Red will wake you up by being it's own dessert. Put down the chocolate, no need for lemon tarts, just a tiny glass here to satisfy your sugary cravings.
|Region:||USA » California|
Had this at a friend's birthday party. Easy drinking right from the bottle. Fruity yet complex.
This is not a typical garnacha to me. Has a lot of oak, yet stays balanced. Black cherry, and smoke on the finish. Good wine for the price
|Region:||USA » California » Sonoma County|
|Varietal:||Mourvèdre , Syrah|
Great table wine. About $9.00. This was our default red for about a year.
|Winery:||The Yalumba Wine Company|
|Region:||Australia » South Australia|
This 2011 Syrah from South Australia is good. Deep crimson color with a mid-rim variation. Fruit notes of plum and black cherries with a hint of toasted oak. It has a long finish on the palette with low acidity. A good everyday table red wine. Best ser...
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Good wine, smooth and flavorful. Good with food, nice basic red wine. Read More
JD, Mark, great time last night, hope this is just the first of many!Rob, you're spot on with the wine descriptors. My first Tignanello (very generous of Mark!) and I was expecting something a bit bigger, bolder and in your face. What we found instead was a nicely nuanced, 80% sangiovese, 20% cab sauv blend that was holding up extremely well. ... Read More
Met up with Mark and Roger, along with our wives and Ryan last night @ AR Cucina. My first time there, and seemed to be a perfect fit, casual and somewhat lively atmosphere, and good italian food ranging from salads, (not so heavy) pizza's, pasta's, and risotto. My wife and I tasted from all categories except the pasta, and all were very good.We... Read More
Fox, obviously your cellar needs some strengthening. ;-) Hey, maybe I want a 3.78 L bottle of '70... Barbaresco1962 To me, Barbaresco means, first and foremost, the Produttori del Barbaresco; I’ve tasted back over more than 50 years of their history, and the high qua... Read More
MY FIRST VISIT TO BERN'S STEAKHOUSE - Tampa (4/8/2017)Like any true wine geek when I was informed of a trade show in Tampa my first thought was "I'm making reservations at Bern's." I have friends who live in Tampa about 3 min from the restaurant so we hooked up for a fun three top. Rachel came recommended as a Somm so I requested her in advance.... Read More
Esteemed wine critics like Robert Parker and Antonio Galloni employ gender-positive terms in their tasting notes without compunction. Masculine wines are commonly associated with structure and power, while feminine wines can be perceived as delicate and thin. Speaking about a trip to the Bandol region in the Financial Times, wine writer Jancis R... Read More
Nose of red fruit. On the tongue Im getting a little bit of cherry, but more earthiness. Not as big or robust as I might have expected for a Zin/Syrah blend. Great tannin. Its funny, Ive never described tannin as great, before, but in this wine the tannin provides substance. So, at the rear of the palate, I am getting the robustness that I ... Read More
Tonight we attended the Symphony at The Kennedy Center. The highlight was Hilary Hahn and her wonderful ability with the violin. If you ever have a chance to hear her play, by all means get there. Prior to the symphony, we dined once again at Fiola Mare on the waterfront in Georgetown (a short walk from The Kennedy Center along the Potomac Ri... Read More
A new year provides the perfect opportunity to try new things, but how far will you go? Many wine drinkers cling to familiar grape varieties or settle for what’s in easy reach. Don’t miss out, wine lover. There are between 5,000 and 10,000 varieties of Vitis Vinifera, the plant species responsible for nearly all wine grapes, planted around the ... Read More
I was wondering if I could get some feedback on an article I wrote about recently entitled Tasting Notes Are Broken. Or just discussion on the topic:https://openingabottle.com/tasting-notes-are-broken/The article has been nominated for a Millésima Blog Award in the Wine Reporter category. If you are on Facebook, please vote for it: https://fcld.... Read More