Gold Medal winner National Wine Awards of Canada. With good reason. — a month ago
Chain Bridge Cellars. Nice, dry sparkling rose. — 2 months ago
One of our favorite producers out west.
This represents a bridge between Oregon and Burgundy. Tipping the scales at 13.8 abv, this presents as soft, round and linear. Visually, it’s bricking, but on the palate, it’s still fruit-forward, but tannins are resolved, and the acid is muted. Displays redcurrants, rose petals and cinnamon. Finishes with cedar notes and moderate sweetness. Drink these now. — 2 months ago
From Arlene’s 40th girl’s’ weekend — an hour ago
Good value from Wegmans. Reminds me of some sort of rum, both in aroma and flavor. Very pleasant. — a month ago
Dark ruby in the glass. Black plum, dark berry cobbler, and a surprising wee bit of heat (that blows off quickly) on the nose. Lush, medium full body wraps a palate confirming the nose. Medium minus tannins. Juicy, medium acidity. Blackberry and a touch of graphite on the medium long finish. Classic Columbia Valley Merlot that’s the perfect New World bridge between California and Bordeaux. Will compliment a wide range of fare whether from delivery, the grill, or the master chef. Drink now while you wait for your Red Mountain or ‘16 Pomerol bottles to settle. — 2 months ago