Okay, I'm Texan, and an untrained wine hooligan, so forgive me when I say that when I put my nose in this glass I smelled sweet, smoky barbeque, but in a good way! It was hard to smell anything else, but I think I picked up cherry, blackberry and toasted oak (duh?). Silky smooth on the tongue, with dark berries and vanilla. I really like this one. I can't wait to make my family eat it with pork ribs smothered in sweet BBQ sauce. Yes to this. Cheers. — a month ago
Look you can call this jammy, plummy, sweetie... but the fact is for the price (sub $20) it is worth it! Yes it is fruity but drinks easy and not as sweet right out of the bottle. Great for daily consumption and very good value! — 8 months ago
2017; Heavy oak after a light summer peachy vanilla flavor — a month ago
super good — 6 months ago
Pleasant. You can’t beat Alexander Valley. — 8 months ago
One of my favorite wines. $25 — 3 months ago
We’re indulging in some Lanson, NV Brut Rosé, Champagne to begin the long weekend in Sonoma and Napa, California. ABV 12.5%. Disgorged on Feb 10, 2018.
We’re loving the views in Kenwood and soaking in the peaceful, bright, lovely sunset overlooking the rolling hills from our place.
This wine is pale salmon. It has prominent raspberry and lemon curd notes alongside bruised apple, bread dough, croissant, dried white flower, and blanched almond notes.
@champagnelanson — 3 months ago
Really great Zinfandel brilliant deep ruby, full body, fruity and flavors of raisins and redcurrant. Ready to drink. — 9 months ago