Obscenely juicy. A drinking partner who categorically detests Grenache found this to be a revelation. — an hour ago
Plum, blackberry, black pepper, eucalyptus, some oak spice. Very juicy on the palate with ripe fruit, med acidity and soft tannin. Hints of oak. Quite elegant overall.
Very impressed with this producer so far. Very balanced and drinkable with some spicy varietal typicity as well. — 20 days ago
This wine: $11.99
Renting out the entire movie theater: $99
Watching The Big Lebowski on the big screen: priceless — 12 days ago
Definitely a unique style of Riesling on display here. Bold and confident with beautiful, exotic fruit on the nose. The fuller bodied palate perfectly balances a dash of sweetness with zingy acidity and tasteful oak. Impressive at $35.
More info: Small plot two hours north of Melbourne in the town of Caveat. The vineyard is a pure granite shelf at 2000 feet elevation. (Obviously) 8 g/l RS with 8.9 g/l TA. Unfined. Matured in oak on the lees. 3360 bottles. — 13 days ago
Really enjoyed this wine, I have never been able to find it for sale again. — a year ago
A dry and fruity Shiraz with a full bouquet of flavor. The best wine I’ve tried from Naked Wines in my last dozen. — 12 days ago
This wine wasn’t on the list so I picked what seemed to be the closest: Red Wine, South Eastern Australia. From the under $20 Puerto Vallarta Costco collection. Pleasant wine at a reasonable price. — 6 days ago
Dark. Thick, syrupy texture. Very jammy. Smokey but smooth finish. Great value. — 4 days ago
Some smoky, cherry liqueur with forest floor and whole bunch notes. Has been one of my favourite Yarra Valley Pinots for ages with good QPR. The palate is medium bodied and texturally quite mouth filling bordering on luscious. Medium minus acid. Very Giant Steps, very Applejack Vineyard. Consistent quality. — 4 days ago