Drinkable rose, the best part of a cape cod taqueria dinner — 11 days ago
Delicious limited production white wine from #Ribeiro the best wine I’ve ever had from Ribeiro. It’s amazing the lees work on this wine it seems like it was fermented in oak and it’s just skilled winemaking that gives it an amazing structure and creaminess. — 10 days ago
Hmm what do I say. Showed classic good signs like reduction acidity length. But honestly the winemaking hand was strong I found it a little offensive. 👋 — 10 days ago
Solid. Mild without being boring. — 12 days ago
Good overall. Great with seafood. — 6 months ago
JV btw Ch Cheval Blanc & Terrazas De Los Andes, blend of Bordeaux "First Growth" winemaking in ARG. ‘14 has a higher % of Malbec (83%) & more Petite Verdot (9%) than Cab Sauv,(8%), due to a rainy season that was challenging for Cab. Aged 15 months in oak (15% new), med Ruby, aromas of berry fruits & floral spice nose. Palate flavors of blueberry and juicy blackberry fruit with herb, cacao & smoky oak. Fine soft tannins, well balanced, good acidity, long finish ending with fruit & oak. Will continue to age. — 2 days ago
Nose: pleasant pine. Herbal.
Palate: massively dense. Pineapple. Huge acidity. Rich. Vibrant. Quite good. The density is really impressive but still pitch perfect acidic balance. Great winemaking.
Drink now between 0-60 minutes after open.
Bought from fass selections — 3 days ago
One of my favorites.
Incredible winery on Howell mnt with outstanding winemaking history and culture.
Don’t miss them on your next trip out. — 5 days ago
Wonderful winemaking craftwomanship by Chenoa Ashton Lewis. Fruit blossoms of pear, peach, apricot, blackberries. Gentle Mediterranean spices - rosemary, thyme, oregano, with a subtle savory baseline. Plenty of lasting structure that beckons — 12 days ago