Top 2 bottle of Italian wine I’ve ever had. Rich, great flavor and satisfying in every way. Before you ask her to marry you, get this bottle. — 4 months ago
Aromatic, not dry, very smooth, very friendly, slightly acidic, slightly sweet, would also buy. — 3 years ago
Caramel, milk chocolate and dark red roses on the nose. Dark fig, cinnamon, good tanin structure . Still young and tasting great. — 5 months ago
Interesting aromas of petrol, almond shell, peaches and cream yogurt, and sea shell.
Slightly underripe peach and cantelope, with med+ acidity that includes some balsalmic-y volatile acidity and subtle herbal notes reminiscent of sage.
Tasty and interesting rosato. On the underripe side which yields nice acidity and effortless drinkability. — a year ago
Delicious, easy to drink, light red blend. Not heavy fruity but just a bit. Great table wine! — 2 years ago
Concentrated. Fruity. 2013 @ 2000, boboli, 210114 — 5 months ago
Easy drinking, smooth, light tannin. — 5 months ago
Not your grandfathers a marine but still really nice — a year ago
On the Lawn at Tanglewood this evening with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Our full cast of conductors include Andris Nelsons, Christoph Eschenbach, Keith Lockhart, Michael Tilson Thomas and John Williams. The beautiful and vocally talented Audra McDonald is our host for the evening along with Midori on violin and Yo-Yo Ma on cello.
This will likely be an evening to remember for some time. Program notes from the BSO "Reflecting the season-long theme, The Bernstein Centennial Celebration at Tanglewood will spotlight Bernstein's wide-ranging talents as a composer, his many gifts as a great interpreter and champion of other composers, and his role as an inspirer of a new generation of musicians and music lovers across the country and around the globe. The gala concert will feature a kaleidoscopic array of artists and ensembles from the worlds of classical music, film, and Broadway. The entire first half of the program is dedicated to selections from such brilliant Bernstein works as Candide, West Side Story, Mass, and Serenade. Music from the classical canon very dear to Bernstein's heart-selections from Mahler's Des Knaben Wunderhorn and music by Copland-plus a new work by John Williams, makes up a good portion of the program's second half; the finale of Mahler's Resurrection Symphony brings the program to a dramatic close."
Love this bottle, strawberry and citrus, so tasty! — 3 years ago