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Rich and soft stewed cherry and plum. Gentle acid. Mild, grainy tannins. Holds up on day two. A great intro to the new wave of Uruguayan wine. — a year ago
Harmonious sanguine and lingeringly tangy black cherry with a touch of mocha on the slate-y finish. Shows nicely on day two. — a year ago
Delicate but lengthy. Juicy but crisp. Citrusy and herbaceous. Menetou-Salon meets Casablanca Valley. Lemon, star fruit, and fennel. Just nice. — a year ago
What most Southern Rhône wines aspire to be. Velvety wildberry compote speaking to the Grenache, green peppercorn the Syrah, and a bit of something earthy/sanguine the Mourvèdre all in harmony. No indication on the palate of the labeled 14.5%. Just plain good! — a year ago
Pretty much industry standard Dolcetto. Soft and supple dark berries and blueberry skin. A touch hot for 13%. Nice enough with a hot Italian sausage pizza. — a year ago
It’s got POP! Seriously bright with lively acid. Punchy raspberry, cranberry, and deep forest floor with complexity that belies its weight. Mmm mmm, good. — a year ago