|Region:||Italy » Piemonte » Barbaresco » Alba » Nebbiolo d'Alba|
3.75 to 4 stars Appearance: opaque-/deep ruby Nose: medium+ intensity aromas of roses, tar, black cherry, violets Palate: medium+ slightly green tannins (clearly from Italy), medium+ concentration, flavors = aromas and a long finish. This wine is a...
|Region:||USA » California » Napa|
Wonderful wine. Full structure and front and mid palate loaded! The entry and mid palate are big, ripe, and full structured. The tannins are fine and the nose is fantastic! Mocha notes entice the senses in this great accessible blend from a fantastic...
|Region:||France » Languedoc-roussillon » Languedoc » Coteaux du Languedoc la Clape|
|Varietal:||Carignan , Grenache , Mourvèdre , Syrah|
Made from a blend of southern red grape varietals (52% Carignan, 24% Grenache Noir, 18% Mourvedre and 6% Syrah), the wine is cherry red with flashes of black in the glass with an intense nose of black currants, raspberries and licorice. As the wine op...
|Winery:||Domaine Corinne & Thierry Drouin|
|Region:||France » Burgundy » Mâconnais » Mâcon-vergisson|
Only 5000 bottles of “La Roche” Mâcon-Vergisson are produced each year. While Decanter has not yet reviewed the 2007 vintage, the acclaimed wine magazine highly recommended “La Roche” 2006, Mâcon-Vergisson in a blind tasting of 168 wines from the Mâco...
|Region:||Italy » Veneto » Valpolicella » Amarone Della Valpolicella|
3.25 stars Appearance: deep ruby core Nose: medium+ intensity with aromas of Christmas cake, warm spices Palate: medium+ fine-grained tannins, flavors of Christmas cake, Marischino cherry, medium+ length but the tannins where a distraction on the fi...
|Region:||USA » Washington|
Really smooth drinking wine. Wanted a bit more fruit, which is why only 4 stars but great balance.
|Winery:||Tenuta San Guido|
|Region:||Italy » Tuscany » Bolgheri » Bolgheri Sassicaia|
4.25 to 4.5 stars Appearance: deep ruby/ slight brick core transitioning to ruby rim Nose: medium intensity with aromas of cherry (red & black), black tea, currant (red & black) Palate: medium+ velvety tannins, high acidity, long length, flavors of...
|Region:||Spain » Castilla y León » Toro|
Bodegas Frutos Villar, Toro, "Muruve", Crianza, 2006 Production background: 12 months oak, 12 months in bottle. 100% Tempranillo, Toro region, Spain. I gave it "4 stars" over there for its value in particular, along with an overall, "Parker-esque" r...
|Winery:||Herzog Wine Cellars Co.|
|Region:||USA » California » San Luis Obispo County » Edna Valley|
At first was only 3 stars, but improved after 15 minutes in the glass. Nose had cedar, cherry and olives. Viscous and chalky in mouth, with notes of pepper. Finish was maybe a little too tight. This wine may drink better next year.
|Region:||USA » California » Santa Barbara|
Wine Peeps Blog 2007 Lionheart Wines McGinley Vineyard Roussanne (Santa Barbara County, California): Lime, pear, and floral aromas. Pineapple and lemon also come through on the palate. Crisp acidity and a bit creamy. Good mouthfeel. Smooth finish. Ver...
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I think you have some good wines but it's not because I've had those specific wines from those specific vintages. I've had those wines however, and others from the same vintages, and if that's what you have in your collection, you have a great collection. The 1982 Bordeaux vintage was the one that famously made Robert Parker a controversial figu... Read More
Hi guys, I am a novice here but happen to have a few hundred bottles I am looking to understand. However, as far as I can tell now, some of the top individual bottles are as follows:Château Margaux 1983Chateau Lafite 1990Chateau Lafite 1994Chateau Mouton 2000Dom Perignon 1996 What do you guys think? Read More
Here is the perfect Red Zinfandel for all those who love the classic, bold California Zin style. Four Vines Winery are the rock stars of Zinfandel since Zinfandel is practically the only thing they produce! And Paso Robles is the best place to grow a great Zinfandel because it craves the hot, dry climate that this area is known for. Zinfandel no... Read More
I opened a 2007. It was velvet with a touch of sweetness. Perfection!. As a wine enthusiast for over 30, this syrah is 5 stars. Impressive! Read More
Barolo is the “King” of Italian wines. Its crown, however, has changed during the past 50 years or so. Italy’s wine laws went into effect in the mid-1960’s. At that time Barolo was a DOC wine. There were 3 categories: DOC Regular (Normale), DOC Riserva, and DOC Riserva Speciale. Two years of aging in cask and 13% alcohol was required by all thre... Read More
Nine wine experts and one lucky winner are about to get their fill of the Australian wine industry. The nine won their spot on Wine Australia's Trade Immersion Program (TIP) by being the top scorers at Wine Australia's One Day Wine School, a program open to vino stars across the country and intended to elevate and encourage expertise in the cou... Read More
Hi everyone, This thread is dedicated to your thoughts about the wines of Lodi, more specifically for those who attend next week's virtual tasting. Here is a link to the virtual tasting page:http://www.snooth.com/virtual-tasting/video/lodi-presents-1/The tasting will take place next Wednesday, June 3rd, at 8:30pm Eastern/5:30pm Pacific. ... Read More
"When the moon hits your eye/like a big pizza pie/that's amore."As we ate our breakfast on Sunday morning at the Imperial Hotel in Amador City, the soundtrack subtly changed. Last night at dinner and halfway through breakfast, the soundtrack was from the same era, but Sam Cooke sent us, and Ray Charles warned us about women. This morning, with... Read More
That's good to hear Fox...2000 is the most accessible Barolo I've ever had (happened to be a Bartolo Mascarello in February 2014), so not surprising the Granbussia showed well. Also nice to share a great bottle like that with your SO. I was at a tasting yesterday with a bunch of friends, perhaps we had too many wines on the table, that a lot of ... Read More
It's not just the sound of cellos and violin which make wine drinking a pleasurable experience. This past week the San Jose Mercury reporter Mary Orlin published a list of five Napa wineries whose estates having a strong connection to music, including vines named after rock stars. “These days, when you visit a Napa Valley winery, the experience ... Read More