Bodegas Cepa 21

Jacques Selosse

Initial Brut Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru Champagne Chardonnay

(Disg. 5/21) Initial is the most produced in quantity of the Selosse bottlings but it is not to be overlooked, and 2021 disgorgment is electric today with distinctive Selossien aromas of caramelized orchard fruit, roasted nuts, honeycomb and gun smoke. The palate is rich, powerful and deep with racy acids and a chalky mineral core. It has both freshness and oxidative complexity yielding a complete, balanced and utterly seamless Champagne. The best ☺️ — a month ago

Severn, Tom and 5 others liked this

Bodegas Cepa 21

Ribera del Duero Tempranillo 2019

Vinazo. Color intenso picota en menú de 45€ — 6 months ago

Carlos Gines
with Carlos

Azienda Agricola Ca' del Monte

Ripasso Valpolicella Classico Superiore Corvina Blend 2014

Medium bodied, good tannins, currants, wet steel, bright fruit, cranberry, dried cherry, light cedar. From Perry’s, Provincetown. 01/27/21 — 2 years ago

Tyler and Josh liked this

Dom Pérignon

Brut Champagne Blend 2008

La paz
— 2 months ago

Jan, Billy and 6 others liked this

The Balvenie Distillery

Port Wood 21 Years Malt 1901

Forgot I was saving this in the closet. So delicious - strong and bursting with flavor. — 7 months ago

Shelly sPeter PhillipsMary Lacagnina
with Shelly, Peter and 1 other


21 Gables Pinotage 2016

Rob N

2016. Solid pinotage. Lots of secondary flavors like meat, game, and raisin even though the wine is relatively young. — 2 years ago

Rob and Brendan liked this


Lot 21 Leyda Valley Pinot Noir 2019

Leyda Lot 21 Pinot Noir 2019

Pale ruby color.
Aromas of fresh black cherry, oak spice, tropical fruit, banana.
Dry. Flavors of black cherry, oak spice. Moderate tannins are halfway between silky and firm. Good acidity. Lovely!

Intensity: 4/5
Complexity: 2/5
Balance: 5/5
Finish: 4/5
— 2 months ago

Jean-Charles Boisset (JCB)

JCB No. 21 Brut Burgundy Chardonnay

Good semi dry bubbly. Loved the tiny bubbles, holds up well. Not too sweet — 5 months ago

Paul liked this

Château Calon-Ségur

Saint-Estèphe Red Bordeaux Blend 2001

‘01 is drinking beautiful in ‘22. Primo. 21 years old is drinking age, how about that?

This wine has aged beautifully and remains strong. Dense and rich, but soft and supple. I’m leaning heavily into the current and jammy notes that remain, but the obvious flavors are the old leather, tobacco, and sage.

Color comes out dark ruby red, but after about an hour in the glass you can see the oxygen taking hold. No decanting required. Glad I bought two of these!
— a year ago

Jillian Varner
with Jillian