Château La Serre

Tenuta dell'Ornellaia

Le Serre Nuove dell'Ornellaia Bolgheri Rosso Merlot Blend

Delicious with pasta con ragu alla romagnola!! Perfect pairing! — 15 days ago

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Château La Serre

St. Émilion Grand Cru Red Bordeaux Blend

Aluisio’s wine, 31 years old Bordeaux. — 4 months ago

Château Combel la Serre

La Vigne Carbo Côtes du Lot Malbec 2018

social distancing win — 7 months ago

Sergio Coronado
with Sergio
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Georges Vigouroux

Château de Haute-Serre Malbec 2015

Another excellent vintage of this great Cahors. Just a bit of Merlot and Tannat is blended with the Malbec. Deep purple color and firm structure, but the tannins are very balanced. Ripe Blue and Black fruit aromas and flavors with hints of leather, black licorice and tobacco. Drink now or hold. Excellent! — 4 months ago

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Château de Haute-Serre

Cahors Malbec 2015

Medium-full bodied, blackberry, plum skin, smoke, cedar, rustic spice, wild herbs and nice acid. Medium tannin. — a month ago

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Mark Eastom

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Had w/lamb lollipops, yum.

Château Combel la Serre

Cahors Malbec 2017

Nariz: Frambuesa, cereza. Ambos agrios. Regaliz. Nariz un poco funky.

Boca: Algo de fruta en ataque, Tanino M, Acidez M, Alcohol M.

Vino facil de tomar.
— 5 months ago

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Bass Phillip

Premium Gippsland Pinot Noir 2010

Catching up with old wine notes now that I’m spending more time at home. Aromas of earth, mushrooms, beetroot, root vegetables in general. Afterwards - dried rose petals. Easily Premier Cru standard. The palate is intense, fluid, long and very Burgundian - the most of any Australian Pinot although I am hearing wonderful things about By Farr Serre. A sooty tarry earthy element developed after a while. A brilliant Pinot Noir. — 7 months ago

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Ron R

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Arguably the best pinot from Australia. Your thoughts?
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@Ron R I think so Ron. Perhaps bettered by Bass Phillip’s Reserve if you can find it. The 2017 last year released at $625 per bottle. All relative I guess - cheap compared to a Grand Cru. Rob Geddes MW said that Bass Phillip has produced some of the best Pinot he has drunk from anywhere worldwide which is a big call. Tassie is producing some great Pinot like Tolpuddle, Chatto and Home Hill. Also By Farr from Geelong.
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Not forgetting Bindi Block 5 and Yabby Lake but if you had to pick one it would be Bass Phillip IMO.