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Hazelnuts and cordial cherry. AN interesting nose, that seems to grow bolder as it opens.
Top medium to heavy weighted, with red fruit seeds and pithe, dried persimmons, Hawaiian Christmas pepper, astringent tannins, mingled with a long lasting salinity.
A lovely, bold wine, and a wonderful way to celebrate our 7minutes left sojourn from the escape room earlier today. — 2 days ago
Always a good purchase.
Prune juice nose with a bit of pomegranate mixed in,
Medium bodied, with lovely baked pie layers, fresh pie dough, currant filing, hint of lemon zest, with just enough popsicle stick tannin to carry this on.
Always a great purchase. — 10 days ago
Wow! What a nose.
Strong smells of roasting blackberry jam, on a slice of sourdough.
Heavy handed, with all your classic dark fruits, with a little bit orange ones thrown in, mostly that shows through in the acidity. Dried persimmons, allow this wine to finally rest.
Yum. — 13 days ago
Wow, do I love a Washington state wine!
Roasted hazelnut nose, with a couple of char ones on the mix.
Large, bold body, light berry, fruit leather, smoke, slate, and mirrors.
This is a wine that enjoys company, and I am lucky to dog sit my Sister in laws Ewok for a couple of days..
— 11 days ago
Smells of candied apricot, dried fig, and Smokey edges.
Medium bodied, yet towards the heavier side, deep Smokey fruits, tabac, black cherry rolling around in the hay with some garrique and acidity. Dark tones linger on like a good old fashioned Edgar Allen Poe story.. — 6 days ago
Very very close to the color of squid ink.
Lovely is a barnyard nose from a bottle of Syrah.
Heavy bodied, hefty. Black currant, arugula, dark dehydrated plums, chocolate mint.
A slurry of unique flavors, with a honed, focused acidity straight through the back end, and into oblivion.
#garagiste — 14 days ago