Was surprised by this wine. Deep color, not too big but held its own. Dry and very easy to drink. — 2 months ago
Delicious hints of blackberry and dark cherry. — 2 years ago
Late summer reverie — 3 years ago
Inaugural vintage from the renewed Reverie Winery. Medium yellow hue with an inviting nose that evolves with air. White flowers on the nose with citrus zest and some honeysuckle. Additionally perfumey notes and some tropical fruits when it warmed up. Day two brought on more citrus notes like oranges and something similar to acacias. Crisp and fresh on the palate with bright acidity (6.5/10) and medium bodied. Solid minerality on the palate with notes of citrus, stone and tropical fruits. Maybe some lychee. Medium plus finish. Drink till 2021.
— 4 years ago
Well made but dark and big. Those around me questioned if it was even Barbara. — 3 months ago
We love all of Reverie wine, but this is one of my personal favorites. Give it a try! — 2 years ago
Deep purplish ruby red. Lovely nose with dark flowers, anise, spices, cinnamon, cassis, light iron and some woody notes too. Young and it shows. Medium plus to heavy tannins (6.5+/10) with medium plus body. Elegant palate with cinnamon, spices, black cherries, a touch of coconut, black berries in the back and crushed rocks. Long finish. Drink till 2027.
— 4 years ago
Petit Verdot — a year ago
Deep, layered well balanced wine with a delightful scent of blackberry. I absolutely love this wine! I’m a fan of Reverie II! — 2 years ago
I am a gigantic new fan of Harris Bridge near Wren, Or. It’s pretty bold to make only apertifs, vermouths, and stickies in this Pinot driven market. They do it so well. The base wine and brandy is all from their own vineyard and still. All blended with botanicals from their property and elsewhere. The Reverie has primary notes of orange zest, chamomile and cardamom, finishing with melony herbaceous note that I can’t quite wrap my head around. — 4 years ago