Wine Nerd Herd - HFIC - Founding Member
It Was the battle of the 1999’s tonight!
I believe this came in second place. Very light and somewhat Bordeauish in style.
The tannins are gone, the dark opulent fruit is gone, I’m getting forest floor, Dark cherry, Graphite and a medium to long finish. I think I may prefer it to drinking young!
— 21 days ago
Thank you ‘David for sharing this gorgeous beauty with Kristine and I! It truly phenomenal. Deep dark and truly pronounced fruit. Dr. Crane strikes again! Badass in a Glass to say the least! !!! 🤩👏👏👏🤩@David L I owe you one my friend!! — a month ago
Thank you Dave for your stellar gift!
My 1st Time enjoying this producer but it most certainly will not be my last. It’s definitely a bad ass Cabernet blend! Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc being predominate which are to varietals that I adore. Deep dark bold in luscious to say the least! Love it, love it, love it! Thanks bud! @David L — 24 days ago
I truly am not a silver oak Fan but their old stuff has some Kung pow to it. It actually evolved after being opened in the glass for an hour. I prefer it to a new vintage hands down, no questions asked. This actually surprised me and is definitely the WOTN between these two. Truly, truly surprised me. Can’t go wrong for this price point! I found this one for sale for 80 bucks. Winner, winner chicken dinner in my book! — 21 days ago
A Great night to say the least:
Magnum of Gargiulo money ranch road,
2000 Bryant, 25 year Macalllan. Totally forgot to post this pick from a few weeks back!
The Bryant drank as good as any French Bordeaux that I’ve ever had. The money ranch toad was mediocre in comparison and the 25 year Macallan was 2nd only to the amazing company we had in our house that night!!
Great times to say the least!
— 25 days ago