|Region:||USA » California » Central Coast|
this must have evolved over time. It has the density andrichness of a $20-$30 cab like FLora Springs or Indian Wells. I got this for $8. It's killer. it is a little one dimensional, but that dimension is AWESOME.
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The Occitanian word “merlot” translates to “young blackbird.” An accurate description for this popular, early-budding...
“King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...
British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...
Sauvignon Blanc is widely grown in California -- at over 15,000 acres, it’s now the third most planted variety -- and...
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I just "found" this wine last week while on a trip to San Luis Obispo County. I also paired it with a shrimp pasta, but used the wine in the sauce and added fresh lemon juice with fresh tomatoes and parsley (a touch of garlic too). It was fantastic. I agree that it would go well with lime too. I enjoyed the subtlety of the wine, I found it to be... Read More
I know what I like to sip... I know what cheeses I like... How to marry these? I have searched high and low, mostly on the net, and i typically find generalities and a lot of useless info. I am looking for someone who knows their stuff and thinks outside the box... For example, I have an amazing stilton I bought at a wine shop, paired wel... Read More
Seriously, what do you folks want to knwo more about. I may not get to Italy until next May but I thought this might be a fun idea to start kicking around.Snoothers create an itinerary for me, I'll go to the wineries, taste the wines, ask your questions, shoot the videos you want me to shoot, and at it's essence deliver the kind of content you a... Read More
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Very Syrah-like in its approach. Kind of a masculine Grape skin flavor that is very tough. Like drinking sandpaper, but in a good way. definitely a reasonable under $15 purchase. Read More
tastes more like a sauvignon blanc than a chardonnay. Definitely caught me off guard. I like that! I paired it with breaded chicken patties but this would go great with oysters. Read More
This wine gets into my accidental food pairing Hall of Fame. I originally paired this with my shrimp alfredo dinner. It went ok. But later in the evening I still had some wine left and started munching on Garden of Eatin' Chili-Lime tortilla chips and wow. what a pairing. the lime of the chips mixed with the sour citrus of the wine was a perfect... Read More
Clean, crisp, light. Tart finish. Smooth. Airy, maybe a bit of a green apple flavor. Read More
Excellent QPR. Smokey and sweet like some southern BBQ sauce. Blows away most $10 cali cabs. Read More
I love this wine. I thought it was a shiraz. My husband says its biting and typical. I like it because it is so smooth, full and rich. Read More
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