|Winery:||Canyon Oaks Vineyards|
Canyon Oaks Vineyards
Canyon Oaks is a brand owned by Arroyo Seco wines, based out of San Marin, California. The wine is produced from grapes sourced at vineyards throughout California. “Our Winemaker’s primary objective is to bring the nuances of the fruit forward in a burst of flavors with a lingering aftertaste of wonderful varietal character.”– Description from Amanda Schuster
This one bursts in your mouth with black fruit. Aroma deep grape, earthy and a hint of mint. Very satisfying for the price point. I would have this for a house wine any day of the week
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I bought a box of Canyon Oaks Chardonnay, when I poured a glass I noticed it was a dark amber not the color I am used to in a Chardonnay and the taste was very strong and my friend and I were unable to drink it. I had another friend try it and they couldn't drink it either so I finally took the bag out of the box put it in the sink and cut it op...
On the Pink Moscato 2015 lable, it should say rose petals, not pedals.
excellent , had a glass in a restaurant (Merlot by the glass) MOre info. please Read More
This one bursts in your mouth with black fruit. Aroma deep grape, earthy and a hint of mint. Very satisfying for the price point. I would have this for a house wine any day of the week Read More
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Considering this cost me a mere five dollars,I knew this was a gamble. My head was still pounding from the awful five dollar cab I had tried a few nights earlier.To say I was pleasantly surprised was an understatement. Hints of vanilla were evident, and this Shiraz had a smooth finish that paired perfectly with a grilled filet mignon. If I we... Read More
My favorite wine of ALL TIME. It's sweet but still crisp and refreshing. I love the notes of pear and apple. Wonderful sipped cold on a hot day or for a treat after dinner. I always have this in the house and I've turned numerous people onto it. Read More
Had the 2010 vintage. Very sweet but had a great aroma. Read More
A less intense nose of blackberry. It is smooth and well balanced. The finish is kind of short. A good value at less than $10. Read More
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