Field Stone

Field Stone

Convivio Alexander Valley Red Blend 2014

Basic style of label. Almost cursive. Works. Words ‘Field Stone’ are on there, wonder why? Smells heady and savory. Smoked meats and grilled veggies with a fresh dill streak perhaps. Also a hint of mountain dark berries. Little tar maybe too. It’s tasty. Tarty, chewy and dense. Also elegant and balanced. Woods. Like a mixed deciduous forest. Plenty of complexity. Nice blend. Steal at $6-7 at The Grocery Outlet. Glad the guy stocking the shelf recommended it. — 18 days ago

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Field Recordings

Fiction Paso Robles Red Blend

This blends brings it with complexity and uniqueness. A lot of fun to drink. — 15 days ago

Will Gray
with Will

Talley Vineyards

Stone Corral Vineyard Pinot Noir 2009

Stone fruits and silky mouth feel. Lighter than many Talleys, but delicious nevertheless.. — a month ago

Raymond Vineyard & Cellar

R Collection Lot No. 7 Red Field Blend 2017

I could smell love coming up off my daughter in laws cup, watching the long legs fall delicately on the glass. Very smooth blend. Can taste black pepper. Delicious with dark chocolate. — 17 days ago

Civic Winery

Concrete Field Blend White

Normally I don’t post #samples, but this one combined so much esoterica tied up nearly in a bow by a kind human and winemaker: an amphora aged white field blend of 25% Blaufrankisch, 25% Arbiuriou, 25% zweigelt, 13% Savignan Rose, 5% Gruner, 5% Melon de Bourgogne, 2% Petite Arvine and it doesn’t suck. Yes, definitely gimmicky and natty, but in addition to the expected kombucha and bruised apple notes, it has a really pleasing limestone mineral character, along with an exciting texture and tension. Lower on the acid spectrum though... — 18 days ago

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That is an eclectic blend

Domaine de la Côte

Bloom's Field Sta. Rita Hills Pinot Noir 2014

A great great pinot...no heaviness just focused and long with lots of complexity...cool backbone — 22 days ago

David, Jean-Philip and 8 others liked this

Jamesport Vineyards

east end Red Field Blend 2013

This is a young wine, great bouquet and a nice finish. Don’t know why all the hate; if this were from France, all these bitches will be Ravi g about it. — a month ago

Hayfork

Field Select St. Helena Cabernet Sauvignon 2012

Really a pretty nice bottle. Very dark fruit influence towards the middle and finish and lighter on the front and back. The nose of this wine seems to have a purple fruit influence. Black roasted figs and a little bit of cigar ash. Entry of this wine is mature black fruit, black licorice, tar and dark chocolate. There is still a toasted tannin and fine grit finish yet not much seems to be falling out yet. I am really not sure that this wine is expressing fully, and I think it probably needs another couple of years. — 16 days ago

Shay, Clive and 27 others liked this

Field Recordings

Pèt Nat Dry Hop

Very unique, who knew mosaic hops and naturally carbonated Chardonnay could work so well together, great, inventive winery! — 16 days ago

Château Lascombes

Margaux Red Bordeaux Blend 2003

David T
9.4

The mouthfeel is a velvet glove. Just gorgeous and soft on the palate. Its hit a good phase & will still improve for another 7-10 years. Floral fruits with a raspberry heavy lean, blackberries, dark cherries, suppressed blackberries/black raspberries and a touch blue fruits. Soft graphite, used leather, dark rich soil, dry stone, crushed rock powder, fresh tobacco with brilliant florals that are purple, blue and framed in a field of violets. The acidity round & beautiful. The long elegant, well knitted & balance finish shows all the aged finesse & elegance that is classically Marqaux.

Photos of; Chateau Lascombes, modern & stylish barrel room and our Allen Brothers Ribcap, Crispy Potato Wedges and Caramelized Cooked Carrots.
— 8 days ago

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