Dad, husband, basic wine rookie, and amateur chef. I'm drinking and cooking every night to catch up. Local to the Fort Worth area.
Love this value wine from Michele Chiarlo. It's produced on Gavi from the Cortese grape. Light citrus notes of lemon, melon and crisp green apple. If you hold this wine to your ear it will whisper a floral bouquet of lavender. Nice finish. Great paired with seafood, pasta, or any lighter dish. — 17 days ago
BYOB pizza and pasta spot and there was a wine store nearby. This turned out to be a decent Wine without breaking the bank. Fruity Sangiovese with some acidity. Went for some bottle age and what's not to like in a 2010. Perfect compliment to a spicy pasta dish. — a month ago
Inky black in the glass. Another Cab bomb from Hall. Loads of floral notes, dark berries and cherries. Leather, pencil shavings and hints of herbs. The biggest fruits dominates along with the tannins. Big long spice on the finish. Easily could keep another 10 yrs. — a month ago
This is a 100% Cabernet. Sometimes listed as Silenus Eagle. Ripe fruit, some spice and vanilla on the nose. The palate leans to more oak, alcohol, dark plum, some cherry and a mild chocolate finish. Needs a few hour decant. Vintage 2013. I hear the 2014 vintage is better. — a month ago