This is a beautiful red blend from Paso Robles. Big and bold and very fruity with nice complexity and a great mouthfeel.
This 5 year old is showing black and dried fruits coffee chocolates mocha peppercorn earth light vegetables pencil lead.
A blend of 50% Mourvedre and 50% Syrah. Peaking now.
Delicious and yummy.
15% alcohol by volume.
93 points. — 17 days ago
Exquisite! Tastes like a million but only costs $15. This is a lovely choice for any red wine fans. — a month ago
Excellent nose of dark fruits. Smooth mouthfeel with cassis, black currant and a hint of baking spice. Slightly drying finish. Enjoyed with an excellent filet at Fleming's Steak house. — 7 days ago
The nose reveals, lemon curd, lime, green apple, overripe pineapple, a salted caramel, beautiful soft minerals, chalk power and yellow flowers, lilies, spring flowers with greens.
The body is full and round. Honeysuckle, fruit blossoms, lemon curd, lime, green apple, overripe pineapple, a salted caramel, beautiful soft minerals, chalk power and yellow flowers, lilies, spring flowers with greens. The acidity is round. The lush finish thick, rich and well polished.
Photos of; the view from Gabrielskloof, a different shot with more decomposed granite soil, John Seccombe of Thorne and Daughters hosting our tasting with his Japanese importer and Gabrielskloof Estate vines. — 4 days ago
Very nice! — 22 days ago
Classic Cafe. Young, but very good. Bit of spice with lots of fruit. Similar to Austin Hope. — 22 days ago
Floral and fruit forward but very drinkable. Not for everyone but very glad we got it. — 5 days ago
My kind of wine! Full of energy and character but totally inviting and generous. — 12 days ago