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The irony here is that Syrah’s origins could give Carmen Sandiego a run for her international wallet. Syrah’s deepest...
British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...
“With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...
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Myriad Dr Crane release opened today. Grabbed 2 Dr Cranes and 1 Elysian. Alesia hit tday too. Whie I want some of the Halcon I had to choose between it and Myriad. No contest. I also went for these, and I also went for three Limerick Lane Zins. I debated long and hard about the Alesia Halcons, but the 4-bottle minimum stopped me. And I don't ... Read More
Myriad Dr Crane release opened today. Grabbed 2 Dr Cranes and 1 Elysian. Alesia hit tday too. Whie I want some of the Halcon I had to choose between it and Myriad. No contest. Read More
Light application of red fruit on the tip of the tongue. That dissipates fairly quickly and there is some dustiness mid-palate. Surprisingly noticeable tannin. Some acid tartness. Medium bodied. As I noted a year ago, an easy wine to drink. Read More
I certainly get oaky vanilla on the nose and on the tip of the tongue, but the good news is that it dissipates quickly. A much lighter wine than the nose predicted. No in-you-face oak. Instead a refreshing wine with flavors of green apple and kiwi. Nice acid tartness. Read More
Al, I have to say that you do dine well. I am envious.Well, one Alesia PN in today and one out: An OK wine. I see I've had it in the past and have thought more of it in the past than I do now. The good news is that it is not a cherry cough syrup PN. Very light on the fruit, but, also, very light on any backbone component that would make it a... Read More
Woody briary nose. Medium-bodied wine. Variety of flavors on the tip of the tonguesome red berry. Some wood or briary thing, some mineral. Not particularly tannic and not overly acidic. Some fungal or mushroomy thing on the back of the palate and the aftertaste. Very enjoyable wine. Read More
v v, there seems to be a lot of cooperation between vineyard owners who are ... another excellent QPR from Alesia/Rhys. A variety of tongue sensations--red fruit, wood, briar, mineral, musshroom--but nothing over the top. Very gentle on tannin. Good acid, but, again, not over the to Read More
Time for my Vitamin AS More oaky than any other Alesia/Rhys that I can recall. Lots of butterscotch (w/o the sweetness) on entry. Some tropical fruit. Some tartness on the back of the palate, but, you know me, I like acid in my white wines and this one could use more. On the other hand, Mrs. EMark is loving this. Read More
Very much an oaky, buttery nose. Yup. Serious butter or, maybe even, butterscotch (without the sweetness) on the tongue. A touch of tropical fruit flavor towards the back of the palate. Some tartness at the back of the palate, but, generally, fairly light on acid. Suggestion of mint and cinnamon (?) on the aftertaste. Read More
Slightly murky maroon color. Something of a microbial noseyogurtwith, maybe, some herbaceousness. Very light hit of strawberry on the tip of the tongue. Fairly light bodied. Negligible tannin. Very light acid. Interesting sensation at the back of the palatemelon, as much as anything. Read More