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Fannuchi-Wood Road Vineyard Trousseau Gris

👌🏼 bright and fresh, stone fruit, nice acid, ever so slightly pink. Lovely. — a month ago

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Turd Ferguson

Turd Ferguson

Remember the roasted marshmallow wine I brought to Boise? Same vineyard and grape.


That was a fun wine!

Evesham Wood

Blanc du Puits Sec Eola-Amity Hills Pinot Gris Blend 2022

Oregon whites are giving me vibes in a yellow green filter. Here, a dank herbal floral thing of mosaic hops, crystalized marijuana, and jasmine perfume wafting around crisp granny smith, lemon, and grassy pilsner. So different and distinct and the way the sour wraps around the sides of my tongue makes this feel very whole. — 3 months ago

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Plus a contact high…

Moss Wood

Moss Wood Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 1999

Bought a dozen on release in approximately 2003. Have 2 left after this one. Very dark Ruby in colour - impenetrable. An initial note of barnyard reduction which blew off. Great density on the palate where the wine tastes young, fresh and full bodied. Strong cassis, black currant, brambles and blue fruits. Amazingly concentrated. Will live into the early 2030’s I believe. A Tour de Force. The previous bottle I had to this was January 2018. — 4 months ago

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Another crown jewel. Love it!
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You have a good knowledge of Aussie wine, Ron. 👍

Château Pontet-Canet

Pauillac Red Bordeaux Blend 1995

Slightly deeper ruby garnet , narrower rim . Deeper and younger , touch of wood smoke then quite ripe black fruits , rounder with better definition on the nose than the 1994 . More degraded cassis and grafite noticeable than the wine before, tobacco , touch of seashell , marine influence comes though . On the palate the fruit fills out better than the 1994, quite dark and serious , grafite , tobacco and cedar , however the tannin is less rustic and better integrated . Nice balancing acidity. This has quite good length and is showing well now though could age a little longer. Probably is best drunk over the next few years — a month ago

Tom, Severn and 6 others liked this

R. López de Heredia

Viña Tondonia Reserva Rioja Tempranillo Blend 2010

Loved the color. Medium red getting lighter at rim. Even tempered consistent and lovely mix of ripe fruit and wood. — 3 months ago

Shay, Andrew and 18 others liked this

Château Calon-Ségur

Saint-Estèphe Red Bordeaux Blend 2005

Smooth tar, cedar, pomegranate, ocean water-soaked wood, silky, hot leather, granite, cranberry. Gorgeous texture. Drying sensation on the mouth and not an extremely long finish (could be due to improper storage) — 4 months ago

Château Cos d'Estournel

Saint-Estèphe Red Bordeaux Blend 1989

Elegant a and still lively. - one of cedar wood and a hint of creosote A pleasure to enjoy with friends. — 2 months ago

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David Stein

David Stein

Golden oldie.

Evesham Wood

Eola - Amity Hills Cuvée Pinot Noir

Hard to find good WV Pinot under $30 these days. Evesham Wood never disappoints. — 4 months ago

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Evesham Wood

Le Puits Sec Eola-Amity Hills Pinot Noir 2021

Has all the muscle and fruit, but doesn't just give it up. A reserved, cooler spirit asking to be treated seriously. And I do.

A fist full of gravely forest dirt, stemmy green woodsy bite, and sweet cherry flesh.

Punches above its weight - what can I say, Oregan seems to consistently make me happy.
— 4 months ago

Ira, Ted and 15 others liked this

Château Latour

Premier Grand Cru Classé Pauillac Red Bordeaux Blend 1959

Dark scarlet color with a deep center. Notes of black cherry, cola, roses, cassis, some spice and a little wood char. Amazing perfume in the nose. Smooth and silky in the mouth. Lots of drama with this one, and many agreed the 59 was better than the 45, the 61 and 82 Latours beside it. Bravo! — 4 months ago

Peter, Tom and 24 others liked this