We love a good weekend of wine tasting. I grew up in the Columbia river valley and have had wine as a part of my life since before I was able to drink. My wif...
It's very bold! Has a rich choloately and over ripe blueberry flavor at the start. Finishes with a mild vanilla and creamy raspberry with an aged oak twang. Not a long finish but definitely memorable with its gourmet candy like tail.
That's what I got out of it. — 2 years ago
This particular blend is short on oak but high on fruit. It's longevity is sustained by a mist of oak tannins but is preceded with a rich cranberry and sour apple birth. Warm on the nose this red blend is not as complex as I had imagined but what it lacks in complexity it makes up for in boldness as the warm fruity aromas seduce your taste buds into a delicate submission. — 3 years ago
Starts off really green. However with about 45 mins of being open this somewhat simple red evolves into a deliciously earth toned malbec with a nose of rich blackberries and cherry. Has an apple cider like tannis but finishes with a dry slightly lime like lingering end. Notes of apple, cranberry and kiwi. — 2 years ago
I'm not a massive zin fan but this old vine zin red blend makes me rethink my life choices. It's great on the nose, and has a unique oakyness. On the lips the juice unravels to display a slightly dry berryness with heavy cherry and blackberry notes. It lingers for a moment with a light coco flavor and goes dry at the very end.
Bravo. — 3 years ago
Not a bad batch of juice. Cherry and blackberry on the nose. Currant, blueberry and smokey cranberry. Finished sweet with a light dry note. — 3 years ago
If you enjoy a late harvest Riesling or a mid body white merlot this is your grape drink of choice. It's sweet like dixey, with notes of peaches, crisp apples and a hint of cherry. A good substitute for your guests that don't like reds but love a muscato. — 4 years ago