Purple-red, good clarity, moderate pigment extraction. Cherry and raspberry notes in nose. Blueberry, raspberry and blackberry flavors, some skin astringency, mint-spearmint note in finish. Acid good. Very nice, great value for an Oregon PN, if you can find it. Bought at winery. Winery tasting notes mention baking spices in nose which I’d agree are present (Mulberry? Not on initial pour, but give it 15 minutes to develop) — 5 days ago
Blueberries and blackberry flavors. Well structured with tannin. Drinking well now and will for the next five to eight years. — 12 days ago
This Spanish red blend is medium dark and has a nose that is loaded with red fruit, peppery herbs and smoke. The Tierra de Castilla wine is made from 34% Cabernet Franc, 27% Syrah, 15% Petit Verdot, 12% Tempranillo, 7% Graciano and 5% Garnacha grapes. The fruit forward palate has eight months of oak showing and a firm set of tannins. The flavors are somewhat deep and quite juicy.
— 21 days ago
I feel like I'm a cool climate, gentle yet fresh white wine man, as I really really enjoyed this. A soft SB, appley and a bit of zest. Love trying a new region too. Majestic £8.99 — 9 days ago
Great nite - found a 2014 on a wine list. What a treat. — 5 days ago
After eight years - drinking delicious. tannins and fruits still doing their job. a nice representation of this grape from a good quality Walla Walla winery. ￼ — 12 days ago
An unusual wine for Argentina, this Malbec from Luján de Cuyo spent eight-and-a-half years in old oak before it was bottled in May 2019. Dominated by the aging, it presents a nose of peat, camphor, black olive and dry flowers; fruit is very much an afterthought. Well-developed, conveying a gentle feel, a silky texture and active tannins that lightly brush the gums to augur a long life span. A sunny Burgundy made in the old style to last for a very long time. (Joaquín Hidalgo, Vinous, October 2020) — 17 days ago