Dark ruby in the glass. Black plum, dark berry cobbler, and a surprising wee bit of heat (that blows off quickly) on the nose. Lush, medium full body wraps a palate confirming the nose. Medium minus tannins. Juicy, medium acidity. Blackberry and a touch of graphite on the medium long finish. Classic Columbia Valley Merlot that’s the perfect New World bridge between California and Bordeaux. Will compliment a wide range of fare whether from delivery, the grill, or the master chef. Drink now while you wait for your Red Mountain or ‘16 Pomerol bottles to settle. — 18 days ago
Another winner! Prosciutto on the nose is apparent. — 13 days ago
Unfiltered, funky, minerally. Canned peach. — 6 days ago
Love this. Funky, fruity, dry. — 9 days ago
Honey, roses, apricot. Rosewater and shea butter. Creamy and flowery. Pure and pretty bouquet.
Pink orange hue. Just the perfect amount of carbonation. Fizzles off with just a bit of flowery sweetness. Beautiful, fun to drink wine that made us both smile as we enjoy our new apartment in downtown Manhattan overlooking the constellation of city lights south to north scattershot across the island that will once again, soon enough, sleep no more. — 25 days ago
Brilliant garnet color. Understated nose of cherry and raspberry with a hint of leather. Light tannins delicious red fruit and leather — 7 days ago