Gnarly Head

Gnarly Head

1924 Limited Edition Double Black Lodi Red Blend 2015

Super dark and fruity up front with red berries and a touch of tobacco. Very good on its own but let it breathe and add some food. Great value. — 8 days ago

Matchbook Wine Co.

Old Head Dunnigan Hills Chardonnay

Smells tart and fruity. Buttery feel. Taste Apple/pineapple tartness but smooth finish. — 20 days ago

Huyghe Brewery (Brouwerij Huyghe)

Delirium Black Barrel Aged

Smooth, Black tea, birch syrup. Dark Malt But not cloying. A little copper. Aggressive head. Reminds me of denser orval. — 13 days ago

Ira, Mike and 1 other liked this

Gnarly Head

1924 Limited Edition Bourbon Barrel Aged Double Black Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

Excellent, super dry cab. Smooth. $11 buy at Total Wine & More. — 19 days ago

Orin Swift

Mercury Head Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

Winner on fruit forward. Great nose. $215. Think it's a great option for Brazilian fusion food. — 14 days ago

Alex, Rob and 2 others liked this

Head High Wines

Pinot Noir 2015


Bright, punchy sour cherries transitions into smoothness. Great value @ $25 CAD — 25 days ago

Bieres de Chimay S.A.

Grande Réserve Pères Trappistes Belgian Ale 2019

Big head... smells of Molasses and chocolate cake. A classic Trappist. Dark. Thick. A slow sipper. Tried to match with Indian food... I’d say it worked-ish. (the vintage is on the cork). — 7 days ago

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Cheers! Sounds excellent!🍻

Brecon Estate

True Acacia Head Central Coast Albariño

Pale lemon in color with a green hint.

Fruity nose of citrus, lemons, grapefruits, green apples, spices, tangerine and bitter herbs.

Medium plus in body with medium acidity. Crisp and refreshing.

Dry on the palate with grapefruits, limes, lemons, green apples, bitter herbs, spices, light earth and white pepper.

Tangy finish with limes and almonds.

This is a nice Albariño from the Central Coast. Easy drinking, very refreshing and tangy.

Needs a couple of minutes to open up, and better when not too cold.

A good quality wine and good by itself or with food. I paired it with fresh berries, cheeses and crackers.

Albariño grapes were fermented in Acacia barrels. A small production of only 276 cases made.

14.2% alcohol by volume.

89 points.

— 5 days ago

Rob, Alex and 14 others liked this

Barrel Head Cellars

The Trip Cabernet Sauvignon

Meaty, fruit, tannins: delicious! — 22 days ago

Laura liked this