|Region:||USA » Washington » Columbia Valley » Walla Walla County » Walla Walla Valley|
Savory Grape the
Smells really Cabernet like recalling Napa cabernets of the 1970s. It’s a little smokey, blackcurrant and black cherry toned on the nose with a fine base of savory herbs, tobacco, tea, and old wood nuance. Big, round, soft tannins lend this a lovely ...
|Region:||Italy » Tuscany|
This is very perfumed on the nose with a hugely fruity core that is slightly foxy and spicy with wild grape note over a bed of sandy soil and dried herbs. Rich in the mouth and somewhat soft at first, this really comes alive with lovely fruit full of m...
Opens with, though not overly unpleasant - wet cloth, then grape, both of which quickly disappear and on with the bright jelly-ish fruit, fudge, cinnamon, and vanilla. Swirl it around and get more cinnamon and minerality. More savory than fruity, with ...
|Region:||Italy » Piemonte » Asti » Barbera d'Asti|
Nicely floral on the nose with streaks of blue fruit, a whiff of smoke and some ash and tart black currant fruit rounding out the aromas. Round fresh and zesty in the mouth, this shows nice depth on the palate and is almost rustic in an attractive way ...
|Winery:||Domaine de la Cune|
|Region:||Spain » Rioja|
Picked this one up from Jubilation; A sniff and it opens with butterscotch, toffee, and condensed milk, quickly goes to plum, raspberry, cinnamon, vanilla, and grape jam. Opens further with more savory and herbal notes. A silky mouthful with a medium ...
|Region:||USA » California » Central Coast|
The 2008 Hahn Meritage is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon (42%), Malbec (22%), Petit Verdot (22%), Cabernet Franc (10%) and Merlot (4%). Now those of you who know me, know that I am not in any way a fan of Malbec, despite it's surge in popularity over t...
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