Not too sweet, not too dry. — 2 months ago
Drinking well...nice berry, light and bright, Santa Cruz mountain Pinot. — 3 months ago
Nice and oaky. Slight buttery finish. — 6 months ago
We both loved it w roast pork tenderloin. Smooth, fruitful and nicely dry. One of our new favorites. — a year ago
Not sweet not too sour doesn't really go well with chocolate but it's pretty good! — 3 months ago
Here is an interesting red blend for my #AgedWineTuesday series.
Dark ruby in color with a wide brick rim.
On the nose cherries, blueberries, light oak, light spices, black pepper, pencil lead, tobacco leaf, wet leaves, cola, earth and leather.
Medium bodied with medium plus acidity.
Dry on the palate with cherries, strawberries, red currants, oak, tobacco, light oak, coffee, dark chocolates, coke, earth, light vegetables and peppercorn.
Medium finish with firm tannins and tangy pomegranates.
This unique blend from California is still drinking nicely. What a nice surprise, i did not expect it to be so alive by now.
Needs an hour of air time for the tannins to show up, and bring nice structure.
This 22 year old has seen better days, but still very enjoyable. Always nice to try a small piece of history. Must have been kept very well in the last 20 years.
Thank you Paul for sharing this.
I paired it with cheeses and olives.
A blend of 34% Nebbiolo, 32% Dolcetto and 34% Refosco.
13.9% alcohol by volume.
89 points. — 4 months ago
Excellent! — 3 years ago