High acidity with intense red cherry flavours. Almost sorbet style. Delicious with the right dessert. — a month ago
Sweet rose. Great with dessert. — 7 months ago
Smoky from Oregon at archipelago — 8 months ago
If this ain't my favorite Syrah (that I've had), it's pretty damned close. Beautiful, brambly, floral, peppery awesomeness. Perfectly textured and structured. Grizzly elegance. Kind of a Côte Rôgue-tie. Love this wine. — 3 years ago
Oh I think I’m in love. Smoky. Steak. Jerky. Salt. Then a rich finish with a small kick of tannins. I think it’s very well balanced for its age. ❤️ — 7 months ago
Anyone who even remotely likes Can Franc is going to love this. Bordeaux, eat your heart out. — 2 years ago
Vermouth is just an underrated option overall as a stand-alone drink.
I like to first sip a new bottle with an ice cube to understand its flavor notes. But I think my favorite way to drink it is with club soda (Canada Dry is pretty much the best club soda with no added minerals — Topo Chico is good if you’re looking for mineralized soda water). So I add about three quarters of a standard rocks glass with club soda over a large whiskey rock style of ice and then pour vermouth directly over, watching it diffuse with the soda to etch out a light cola, dark amber, color.
This ones got notes of mocha, cinnamon, citrus, cocoa, cola, orange peel, and even some spruce.
Really just all around wonderful coffee cola sweet and savory flavors. I prefer a slightly lighter Spanish style sweet vermouth, but this is a good change up. — 3 months ago
Classic Syrah mellowed by 5 years in the bottle. Perfectly balanced. Too bad Quady doesn’t make wine from this vineyard anymore. — 7 months ago
Deep olive on the nose, more stone fruit when aired. Deep, dark color. Taste is a smooth, easy-drinking bright front, which mellows down to a super-smooth oak and book finish. Really beautiful. Purchased in 2013; consumed in 2018. — 3 years ago