Syrah is your creative friend with interesting suggestions. Say hi to Teddy, Le Petite Ours, The Little Bear. 100% Syrah of purple chew you can see and feel.
Generously aromatic. Punches of violets and lavender and raspberry syrup. Metallic, salty, grippy in the mouth.
Black pepper and blueberries with thick skins you can gnaw for a bit.
Cute Teddy. Sneaky, serious Syrah. — 6 days ago
Above average Cotes.du Rhine from the venerable Perrin family of Chateau de Beaucastel. Fragrant nose. Lovely cherry flavor on the palate that lingers. Pairs well with a beef stew or even with lighter fare. Great value — 11 days ago
Very interesting wine with hint of rosemary/ lavender. Gets a port like nose with age. Light tannins. — 9 days ago
Absolutely delicious. Extremely expressive aromatics out if a zalto, I felt the structure didn't match the aromas. Remarkably fresh as well. Hardly showed any signs of age really. — a day ago
Dark fruit with spice and pepper. Medium+ acidity, medium+ youthful tannins. Distinct minerality, reminiscent of wine from Cornas, but for a fraction of the price. Great value, especially since it was purchased on-sale ($18) at Suburban Wines in Yorktown Heights, NY. — 10 days ago
So good and perfect with my steak Au Poivre at Raoul’s! Would definitely order again. Nice and smooth! Cherry notes but nothing crazy! — 7 days ago
Light and lilting in the glass. Plenty of wooden pencils and wet soils in the nose. Berry too. Flavors are dense and plump. Some cheerful cherry. Some brooding bramble berry jams. Hit of licorice. Subtle and razor sharp on the tongue. Dry and snappy to finish. This is nice, fairly-easy red Rhône sipping wine. — 15 days ago
Dry with nice acid and tannins. — 14 days ago
Dark bramble berries, plum, smoke, cured meat, garrigue. Ripe and juicy on the palate with med- acidity and med+ tannins. Good structure overall. Label says 15.5% ABV, but I kind of doubt that. Way too drinkable. If it really is...holy crap. Bravo winemaker, bravo. (Better on day 2) — 11 days ago