Certified sommelier / WSET Diploma student.
Underripe to ripe red fruit, cherry cola, black tea. Very quaffable. Medium body, light oak influence and very good length. Maybe a bit pricey but still delicious. — 8 months ago
Excellent and varietally correct. So much peach/pear orchard fruit intensity. Viscous but still with enough acidity to keep it fresh. — 3 years ago
Quite a ripe and plush Bordeaux indicative of the 2010 vintage in general. Was surprised to read some professional reviews calling this lean or a bit green. I don't see that. Lots of black fruit here despite being made up of a generous amount of Cabernet. My only criticism is that the oak seems a bit overpowering. Good value. — 3 years ago
Pretty one dimensional Cabernet. Black current, black cherry and oak. Tastes very "house wine by the glass." Not great QPR. — 3 years ago
Textbook Cru Beaujolais. This has a particular freshness to the fruit. Ripe raspberries, strawberries and red cherries. Florality is neglible but noticeable on the palate only -- fresh violets. Definite inorganic minerality present and soft tannins. Really juicy enjoyable Gamay. Especially delicious slightly chilled. The fruit character was pretty amazing for 2010. — 3 years ago
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