Pujol jrz ypo 9:17 — 3 months ago
Better when it opens up after 20 minutes! — 3 years ago
A delicious, softer Syrah than what I'm used to in California but not worth $70. — 3 years ago
100% Nebbiolo, 48 months in barrel.
In 1997, the Rios family, along with known Mexican winemaker Victor Torres Alegre, started the regeneration of grape varieties in the Valle de Guadalupe.
Ripe fruits, fig and black plum with notes of roasted coffee and tobacco.
Intense and balanced tannins with persistent and evolving large character attack. — 6 years ago
As Viko told us, "smooth as hell"! Dusty cedar, dark fruit, long finish. The new oak does stand out though, as does the booze — 3 years ago
Mexican Nebbiolo! This is super interesting. I would never guess it was Nebbiolo but it’s definitely new world! I get the tar but the trademark roses are missing. Yet in their place there is yummy dirt and black pepper and very ripe blackberries. I like. — 3 years ago
A sauvignon blanc that drinks like a Chardonnay. No acid added, so it's heavy, but with grassy note. — 3 years ago