Drink w a roast; never a filet.
Oft called - unfairly- the Cherry Coke of Cabernets. It’s more akin to Coke Zero.
Note the peppercorn behind the tongue and the hint of wheat. — a month ago
Smooth at the perimeter, finishes like a goddamn freight train.
What God drinks with his cigar. — 3 years ago
Prosaic and inappropriate for polite company. deeply flawed nose but the finish won't put you on your arse. — a year ago
Beringer Pinot is a tank, my war horse.
A stout fruit aroma greets the drinker from 3 feet.
Serve with savory or sweet, to a pauper or a president.
Beware the ringing aftertones — 3 years ago
Walnuts — 4 years ago
Butter baby — 3 years ago
Subtle flavors and familiar overtones tumble over each other in a wild dance around the palette.
Gorgeous Thanksgiving wine.
Conjures images of family and years past. — 3 years ago