Luscious, strong dark fruits, silky texture. No real smoke. Sublime with food, hard to stop drinking this bottle. Rich. — 8 days ago
安定のコーヒーワイン！コーヒーの深みのある香りの奥にしっかりとベリーとタンニンを感じる。苦味が苦手な人には向かないと思われるが、個人的には好み！ — 12 days ago
Really nice dry but fruity rose. Delicious for any occasion.
— 23 days ago
Yum. Enjoyed in Botswana at Kwara Camp. Love a good blend. This was surprisingly good for a house wine, especially one so young. Ripe berries, smooth, medium-bodied. — 20 days ago
Wolf & Woman Chenin Blanc
Youthful but open and very inviting aromas with ripe yellow apples, stone fruit, nectarines. A good portion of honey, blossom and bees wax that is followed by sweet spices and warm stones.
Dry with a high piercing acidity that is balanced by a framwork of round ripe fruit and honey blossom. Then acidity penetrates through a strong mid palate with plenty of stones in the background and holds through a solid (med + lenght finish). As so many of the wines that comes out from the South African wine revolution right now, it performs well above its modest penny. Serve it at 12 degrees in your Bourgogne glass.
@Delectable Wine wrong identified wines. Please add Wolf & Woman chenin Blanc to the library — 22 days ago
Found for 14 dollars at a packie in New Hampshire. Good deal. — 2 days ago
This pinotage is still young and will mature well over 10 years, it’s soft subtle raspberry nose leaving a delicate mocha on the palate. — 13 days ago
Doppio Zero @Ebotse.
Excellent summer wine... — 11 days ago
A particularly vibrant ruby color in the glass with violet flecks. A nice and inviting nose upon opening that really sets the scene. Herbs and spices are all over this beauty. Plenty of fruit to be had with orange peel, cherries, and black cherries. Give it some time in the glass to properly open up and you’ll be rewarded with some vibrant notes of cinnamon and nutmeg, as well.
Traditional and elevated with enough complexity to give you the space for contemplation. 80% Tempranillo, 20% Garnacha and the Garnacha really makes itself known here. Rich and deep, this isn’t a fruit bomb but the fruit isn’t shy either. Ripe red fruits to combine with fresh herbs and beautiful dry earth. The earth here is tremendous and really, really speaks of the terroir. A long finish leaves you wanting more and let’s you know this has several years to go. Not quite the Selección Especial of 2010 but still fantastic. — 4 days ago