|Region:||New Zealand » Marlborough|
Super bright, lightly sweet tropical fruit (banana and melon) aromas. Crisp refreshing flavors, papaya and a bit of spice.
|Region:||New Zealand » Marlborough|
Light, crisp tropical fruit nose. At the vineyard, it's warmer during the day but cool at night, lending the tropical fruit flavors but still keeping it a crisp wine. Good creaminess on the palate with a fresh acidity. Definitely have with food. Great ...
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When he started Kendall-Jackson Winery thirty-two years ago, Jess Jackson's ... this case it was a glass of Jackson Estate Camelot Highlands Chardonnay 2014 from the Santa Maria Valley in Santa Barbara. It’s a breakfast wine because, quite simply, there’s a bowl of fruit in the glass. The fruit is so powerful that it leaps to the nose. Furtherm... Read More
Hi everybody I'm a small store owner at the edge of the rust belt, my customers rarely spend over $20 for a bottle, and I am looking to improve my selection a bit beyond what is here now. If you have a minute to help a guy out let me know what you think are the best wines that usually sell for $20 or less. Thanks ! Read More
Hi everyone. This is my first post on the boards. My wife and I are doing a long weekend in Healdsburg (Jan 15-17) and Yountville (Jan 17-19) over MLK weekend and were looking for some recommendations on wineries to visit. We tend to like more full bodied red wines, but are open to other wines as well. We are from New York and want to focus o... Read More
Howard, you are now our Ontario wines expert. Most of the Canadians who pop up here tend to be from BC. I confess to being a California wine bigot. So, I am completely unfamiliar with the wines you listed. It's not clear to me where the Heron Red and the Jackson Triggs are from. I am on the same page with you on using wines that I deem to b... Read More
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Value among wines is of course relative, though there are a few factors that help keep prices down and values compelling. For example, the use of oak barrels adds to the cost of a bottle of wine and if you are able to move wines out of the winery quickly, and crop your vines so that they provide a robust yield, while not impacting quality of cou... Read More
Freemark Abbey was actually quite good back in the late '60s, all through the '70s and into the '80s. They were even included in the 1976 Judgment of Paris where they took 10th place, amongst some very heavyweight competition. Will post those results, fully expecting the formatting to go awry... ;-( For the reds, then the whites:RankGradeWineVin... Read More
Not much to delight the palate on this one if you are drinking it on its own. Leaves a Listerine after taste. Haven't paired it with any foods. Going to save my last bottle to see if it is better in 2015. Read More
Hello:A bit of a long question, I apologize. I'm trying to train my palate and learn blind tasting by assembling groups of 100% varietal wines that are (supposedly) true representative.Right now I want to assemble a group of wines that will illustrate how to differentiate Argentine Malbec from Carmenere, and pick out similar wines. I don't even ... Read More
An Australian client of mine, today, invited me to try the wines of VASSE FELIX, Margaret River, Western Australia.As I researched VASSE FELIX, the Winery, the Vineyards, I discovered that the first vines were planted at Vasse Felix, by a brave Cardiologist, in 1967, Dr. Tom Cullity.In 1987, VASSE FELIX was acquired by The Holmes a Court Family.... Read More
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