N: black cherries, blackberries, orange rind, dried herbs, dried flowers
P: + white pepper, flowers, dusty earth, and a little sun dried tomato, orange pith.
Medium bodied, dusty tannins blend with the pepper note and earth, high toned (maybe a little VA, but attractive) , lots of freshness — 16 days ago
828 cases made, 50/21/20 blend of Grenache, Mourvèdre, Sangiovese plus minor additions of Counoise, Petite Sirah and Barbera. Medium extracted pigment, very good clarity. Fruity nose, lightly tannic, cherryish flavors with notes of tangerine, mint, spearmint and white pepper. Pioneers of wine growing in Cochise County AZ. Paired it with grilled chicken and red mole, and also grilled salmon. Artisanal yet tasty — 2 months ago
73/13/7/5/2 blend of Garnacha, Syrah, Monastrell, Graciano and Piquepoul Blanc. Pink to red rose petal in color (it’s not just the artwork) light cherry aroma, Good tangerine-cherry-white pepper flavor consistent with two main red varietals here. Not quite bone dry but close. Nice acidity and mineral finish. Muted flavors overall but a fine wine for sipping on a hot day. Paired so well with a Bianco Verde pizza al fresco last week at Pizzeria Bianco that I went out and bought a bottle. — 3 months ago
Orange with a hint of brown, slightly hazy, medium head on pour. Good orange and grapefruit flavor that drifts off into piney hop IPA land, with a citrus zest finish with moderate hop bitterness. Given the tradition of citrus growing in the (central) Phoenix (or CenPho) area, the brewers do capture something authentic, “zesty, fruity, local pride” as it states on the bottom border of the can. It even looks like they forage their citrus from the backyards of locals. Tasty stuff, admirably imagined and crafted. Not a classic IPA style but who cares? 🌵🍋🍊🍺🌅 Gonna be another scorcher, drink up — 3 months ago
May 30, 2021. Imported from Tucson by C. For my birthday. Another winner from Golden Rule. Bordeaux blend. Very good — 2 months ago
Beautiful wine — 20 days ago
Yellow in color with a light golden hue.
Pretty nose of citrus, lemons, apples, light apricots, white flowers and light honey.
Medium plus in body and refreshing, with medium acidity.
Very dry on the palate with grapefruits, pears, melons, spices and white pepper.
Tangy finish with limes.
This is a nice and easy drinking Viognier from Arizona. Crisp and refreshing. Nicely balanced with a soft mouthfeel.
A good pool wine and good for parties.
Good by itself or with food. I paired it with cheeses and smoked salmon.
12.7% alcohol by volume.
$28. — 2 months ago