This Cabernet Sauvignon blend from California is drinking very nicely now, as a 4 year old. I had this vintage a year ago, and it is better now.
Showing red and black fruits with wood, earth, vanilla, licorice, peppercorn, pencil lead, tobacco, chocolates and coffee.
Full bodied with medium acidity. Spicy with nice complexity.
Nice length on the finish with round tannins.
Good right out of the bottle, fruit forward and good by itself or with food. Nice, enjoyable and a good quality wine.
I gave it a light chill and had by the pool.
A blend of 75% Cabernet Sauvignon and 25% Petit verdot. Kosher non mevushal
Only 13.7% ABV, which I loved.
$45. — 2 months ago
One of my favorite rosés of 2016! High acid, great aromatics, excellent structure. — 3 years ago
Nice orange and citrus notes. — 6 years ago
Nice Syrah. Chewy feel (in a good way). Alcohol burn at first but that mellowed out nicely. Would decant earlier next time. — a year ago
Para ser un vino de Shirah me ha gustado bastante. — 2 years ago
Recommended by a friend at a NYE party. This vintage specifically. Just tried it...holy moly! Love this! 110 year old Zin mixed with Shirah. Dark berry flavor with a velvety finish. Must have again! — 6 years ago
Lazarus. Ribera del Gallego. 50% merlot / 50% shirah. Elaboración sensorial con personas ciegas. Suave y redondo. — 8 years ago
A beautiful color of dark purple with a wide purplish rim.
Pretty nose of blackberries, sweet plums, blueberries, violets, black currants, cedar, earth, vanilla, licorice, spices, tobacco, dark chocolates, bitter herbs, vegetables, and pencil lead. Very nice nose.
Full bodied and smooth with medium plus acidity and long legs.
Dry and fruity on the palate with blackberries, black currants, plums, oak, spices, earth, vegetables, graphites, dark coffee, chocolates, tobacco, beef jerky and black pepper.
Long finish with fine tannins and tangy raspberries.
This is a great Syrah blend from Paso Robles. Easy drinking and tasty with a nice mouthfeel. Showing nice complexity with a gorgeous nose.
Good right out of the bottle and better as it opens up (needs an hour). Drinking very nicely now, and will be better in the next 3 years.
I paired it with cheeses, nuts and dried fruits.
A blend of 60% Syrah and 40% Tannant. Aged for 18 months in French Oak barrels (20% new). Kosher.
14.4% alcohol by volume.
$55. — 2 years ago
This is an amazing wine and it is one of my favorite ones to bring to dinners. It is robust tannic fairly big and opens very quickly. As a cousin to the zinfandel it shows as it is extremely drinkable despite it's large tannic quality. Elements of black fruit and pepper remind me of both the zinfandel and the Shiraz. Anyone familiar Shirah from the Rhone Valley should definitely give this one a try. The only thing I will say is that I enjoy it with friends and less you can finish the bottle by yourself. It dies fairly quickly. — 4 years ago