Just because it's 25 degrees outside doesn't mean that I cannot enjoy a good glass of port 🔥
Already starting to develop some amber colors and complexity but still has a well defined core of primary fruit. Killer nose of wet cardboard and autumn leaves. I'm now going to sink deep into this bottle 🍷😂 happy weekend everybody — 2 days ago
Very good. Notes of black currant and cherry. — 2 days ago
I’m a total fanboy if this producer. They just make great expressions of California fruit. Tart black and red fruit, high acid, lower tannins. Food friendly and refreshing. This is a blend of Merlot, Zin, and Syrah, and like other J Brix wines, it is just so easy to enjoy. — 22 days ago
Surprisingly fresh and awesome. Cork came out fully intact. Dark golden color had be thinking it was over the hill but a beautiful nose of petrol, apricot, and lime were complimented by some incredibly saltiness. The palate was fresh and vibrant and actually got lighter and more mineral the longer it was open. Finished the bottle in less than an hour. I’ve never had an old GG but this gives me hope that I can easily age my 2011-2019s with ease. Eye opening wine — 24 days ago
📣 Hear yea fellow humans! Its time to tune in Chile on your radar, the wine scene is hotter than ever, craftsmanship wines, from ambitious winemakers are hitting the market for a jawdropping price to quality ratio.
Like this old vine Semillon from Maule and the Bouchon Family. Fermented and matured in French oak of various size and age. Its rich, rich near luscious in its profile with plenty of honey, beeswax and ripe stone fruit. But don’t fear, its balanced by a salivating acidity (pH 3.07) and a linear crushed stone minerality that brings tensions, texture and balance, the oak is well integrated with a slight roasted nut and spice complexity. Strong mid palate through and a stimulating finish. — 21 days ago