Some how I keep on pouring my glass with this one. Will buy more. — 16 days ago
Light and sweet, very refreshing. — 10 days ago
Had a couple of these “Blue Boys” in my cellar. Mollydooker (Aussie for left-hander) Wines was established in 2005 by Sarah and Sparky Marquis. Dark color with big dark berry fruit nose adding sweet spice and cedar. On the palate this is a big wine with complex berry flavors, layered with cacao, oak and creamy vanilla. Grippy tight tannins, starting to ease, gives way to peasant mouthfeel, full-bodied, long ending with a nice spicy bite. Aging well! — 24 days ago
After a lengthy chance to breathe, this opens into scents of leather and smoke. Notes of cherry. Not bad! — 4 days ago
Fantastic stuff. Blue/plum fruit, a hint of menthol/eucalyptus, racy acidity, bright minerality, grippy tannins. If I’d not read the back label first I might have mistaken it for Shiraz. After 30min I got more of the chocolatey red currant notes of the Cab. The flavor profile of this is uniquely Aussie. Out of my #grassl1855 — 4 days ago
A little too mineral (steel aged) at first, but gets much better after first few sips. Honeydew, grapefruit, pear, delicious! Better than a reisling or graverstriminer — 3 days ago
This is a delicious white wine from Walla Walla Valley. Very lightly oaked, with wood and smoked bacon notes on the nose. Very interesting, intriguing and tasty.
Showing citrus, lemons, limes, light grapefruits, green apples, spices, light oak, light vanilla, white pepper, minerals, herbs and light vegetables.
Dry on the palate with a spicy finish.
This Single Vineyard has good potential. Would be nice to see how this evolves in the next couple of years.
This Rhône blend is better when not very chilled. Showing nice complexity. Crisp and refreshing.
Good by itself or with food. I had it by the pool.
13.7% alcohol by volume.
91 points. — 19 days ago
Very good without paying a lot. — 3 days ago