From brine to seasoned to cooked bird.
Gotta have two glasses with Thanksgiving Turkey, one for dark & white meat.
Nicely, ripe blackberries, black plum, black raspberries, dark cherries, medium intensity, dark spice, cinnamon stick, clove, nutmeg, vanilla, dark & red fresh and withering florals, near perfect acidity and a lush, balanced, long finish. At it peaks. — 14 days ago
Dark, slightly glass-clinging garnet purple. Abundant nose of compote blueberries. Medium full palate confirms the nose adding plum juice, red apple peel, violets, and graphite. Medium acidity. Medium, mildly assertive tannins. Medium long finish. Classic rich HHH that's a perfect bridge between California fruit and Bordeaux structure. Beef, lamb, and rich stews are in order. Drink now through 2027. — 2 months ago
Pear, baked apple, dried apricot, and subtle roasted nuts on the nose. The palate is the harmonious fusion of vigorous fruits, pristine acidity, and integrated oak richness.
The best RRV chard I’ve tasted. Will have another 2-3 years peak drinking window. — 21 days ago
Yes please! Great balance of fruit with the earth. Luscious in the mouth and goes down smoothly. — a month ago
Amazing and holding up so well, got all the right things going on! — 16 days ago
Yummy Pinot — 15 days ago