Filled with a panoply of white fruit flavors. The flavors just keep changing from start to finish. A great wine. — 7 days ago
Just decadent, rich intense, chocolate malt, nutty caramel, dulce de leche, s’mores, etc. have to keep this away from kids. Hi-octane but ALC doesn’t show - extremely well done w/certain subtle acidic/yeasty tang which offsets all sweet notes... we have glasses for this specific beer which enhances the experience. — 13 days ago
I finally found a delicious grenache rose for summer. I just hope my wine shop can keep it in stock! — 2 months ago
Skin contact Pinot Gris from the Pfalz. First for me, and one of the best skin contact whites I have ever had. Orange blossoms, tangerine, pear, peach, and white tea. Wonderful round structure that has enough acid to keep it interesting, plus a very subtle tannic grip. Excellent bottle. — 10 days ago
This is why I keep a wine cellar. Opening these aged beauties is such a treat. Silky smooth, concentrated fruit. Fantastic. — 10 days ago
Amazing value. Nice and round and juicy but with just enough complexity and freshness to keep you wanting more. — 4 days ago
So, the owner of K&L Wine Merchants - Clyde Beffa has made a living finding good 1997 Bordeaux’s after the fact in a difficult vintage. It is these kinds of buys ($17.99) that have keep me from opening other more prestigious wines too early in my early years of collecting. He still bats 1000.
If you always open your wines too early, let this be an opportunity to try wines on their longer evolution. You won’t be sorry.
Snap peas & zucchini from the garden this week.
Excellent with the rib covers steak.
You simply cannot equate a 9.1 24 years old Bordeaux to a 9.1 Bordeaux to a young one. The complexity, integration & nuances take precedent. Not a fair race. — 21 hours ago