Smith Devereux Winery M Vino Rosé 2020, Russian River Valley, California
A very pretty color of light salmon with a peach hue.
Fruity nose of sweet raspberries, limes, red apples, melons, flowers, red candy, rose pedals, earth and herbs.
Medium plus in body with medium acidity, crisp and refreshing.
Dry on the palate with raspberries, strawberries, limes, grapefruits, bitter herbs, earth and light vegetables.
Nice tangy finish with limes and almonds.
This is a very tasty Rosé from Russian River Valley. Smooth and nicely balanced. Elegant with pretty legs.
This Single Vineyard is showing a great mouthfeel with nice acidity. Really enjoyed the nose.
Good right out of the bottle and good by itself. A great party wine that everyone would love.
100% Pinot Noir grapes. A very small production of only 125 cases.
13.6% alcohol by volume.
$36. — 11 days ago
I love that this Riesling is not overly sweet. One of my favorite wines! — 6 days ago
Leggy. Deep ruby color. Dark cherry, vanilla, currant, and maybe plum on the nose. Leads with lots of medium to dark fruit, then balances with medium tannin at the finish. Really lovely; and this wine is begging for a spicy meat. Note: The more air you give it, the deeper/more complex the fruit. Give it 45 minutes before your first pour. — 12 days ago
Amazingly dark yet mineral and tannin balanced. 2+ hr decant — 10 days ago
Besides having a great, cool label - Herman Story wines are so spectacular. This is not your standard “red blend” & the Tempranillo/Petit Verdot give a great complexity. Easily paired w/ a huge range of food. — 14 days ago
Pale lemon in color with a yellow tint.
Pretty nose of lemons, citrus, yellow apples, diesel, light tangerines, light river rocks, spices and minerals.
Medium plus in body with high acidity.
Dry on the palate with citrus, spices, lemons, apples, light earth, minerals, light sea salt and white pepper.
Tangy finish with limes and grapefruit.
This is a delicious Riesling from Spring Mountain District in Napa Valley. Showing mild complexity with a nice mouthfeel.
Still young and would benefit from a few years in the bottle. Already drinking nicely with nice balance.
Good by itself or with food, and better after 45 minutes of airtime.
Not as complex as the 2016 vintage, but time will tell as this evolves in the bottle. Still very yummy.
A great sipping wine and a good pool wine too. Fresh with a dry finish.
I paired it with Cedar Planked Salmon on the BBQ.
12.9% alcohol by volume.
$34. — a month ago