Cellers Can Blau

Blau Montsant Red Blend 2017

J. Kim

Very strong material this year. Higher acidity than other Gil family wines. The oak is well-matched with dark dense fruit. — 7 hours ago


Blau & Blau Blaufränkisch 2010

Wonderful earthy nose that carries through with a barnyard quality at the start and finishes leathery with dark fruit notes. Dry with subtle complexity. — 7 months ago


Reserve Weinberg Eisenberg Blaufränkisch 2015

I’d plough this Blau. Such a great kick from this grape. I like the tension, the tannin. The “Pinot Noir of the East”, I’ll let debate draw out elsewhere. But lay a sausage on a plate in front of me with a bottle of Blau and that is a fine eastern pairing. — 8 months ago

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Celler Pardas

Pardas Blau Cru Malvasia 2017

#doloresoutpost another great find. Tangy. Some zip. Mid weight. — 6 months ago

Blau Mari

Garnacha Cabernet Sauvignon 2017

Qualitat/preu inmillorable — 7 months ago

Johan Vineyards

Estate Blaufränkisch 2015

Domestic Blau! Yes. Dry fun. That’s perfect for a 65 degree winter day in Napa. — 8 months ago

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Cellers Can Blau

Mas de Can Blau Cariñena Blend 2010

Really good Spanish blend. Great value — 9 months ago

Judge Palmer

Vintage Select Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

fully opaque ruby violet core, magenta rim, prominent tears; blackberry jam, black cherry, mint, thyme, subtle oak; red and black fruits, medium long tannic finish; full bodied, medium+ acidity, prominent tannins, 14.7% ABV; blend contains 5% Petit Verdot from Ellis Alden Vineyard in Alexander Valley and 5% Malbec from Blau Vineyard in knights Valley, Cabernet sourced from their Dry Creek Valley estate vineyard which is benchland with a significant portion also from Ellis Alden Vineyard, indigenous fermentation, aged 2 years in French oak with about a third new; $40 — 6 months ago

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Bela Joska Eisenberg Blaufränkisch 2015

European Blau! Slamin’ it down on the bar like a domino. I like my Blau with a little umph. — 8 months ago

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Weinviertel Grüner Veltliner

Der schmeckt nicht gelb und nicht blau, sondern wie der Name es bereits verrät grün und frisch wie eine gemähte Almwiese im Frühling. — 9 months ago