This was fairly closed for a 3 year old Cotes du Rhone and I wished I had read other tasters of this Wine on Delectable before pulling the Wine and giving it more time in the cellar. This was 100% Syrah and was more structured and serious than one usually expects from CdR. Dried Plum with Charcoal notes. Nothing like CdR from Guigal at around $20. This was $64 AUD. Would like to try in 5+ years. — 8 days ago
Beautiful color of golden salmon.
Sweet nose of peaches, cherries, sweet strawberries, citrus, lemons, apples, spices and white pepper.
Medium plus in body with medium acidity and nice legs.
Dry on the palate with strawberries, raspberries, citrus, lemons, green apples, grapefruits, minerals, spices and white pepper.
Nice soft finish.
This is probably the best Israeli Rosé I've had so far. Easy drinking and very balanced with mild complexity.
Very enjoyable by itself or with food. A good pool wine, refreshing and tasty. Not too bitter, not too tart, it's just there. Delicious.
I paired it with a nice cheese plate.
12.5% alcohol by volume.
$35. — 8 days ago
After a long day of golf, enjoying this with pizza and the Big Ten Championship. Who do I want to see lose? 😂 Loads of Black cherry and really, really dark color in the glass. Needed a decant but was enjoyable nonetheless. IMO This has at least another decade - or two- ahead of it. — 8 days ago
If give this higher than the 8 average score honestly. Sure it's not the best thing I've had in the past weeks but it's far from the worst. — 18 days ago
A great find on the beach in Mexico. Bright red fruits with a burgundian earthiness and an ethereal nose of violets and hibiscus. Evolved substantially in the decanter, opening up a deep undercurrent of kirsch. A very different experience from the more recent vintages. — 18 days ago
Well, here it is the first weekend December and a finish to another year is upon us. I have opened the 2010 Château Berliquet to start the last month of the year off right. The blend to this Right Bank Bordeaux is 70% Merlot, 25% Cabernet Franc and 5% Cabernet Sauvignon.
On the nose there is luscious black fruit, black cherry, sweet black plum, blackberry, black currant, herbal notes, clove and sweet silky chocolate.
The palate reveals the same luscious black fruit, black cherry, blackberry, black currant, black plum, green bell pepper, clove and a soft minerality.
This wine is well balanced and well structured with medium to full bodied with fine medium + acidity, medium + smooth firm drying tannin and the finish is long with continued dark fruit to the end. Have a great weekend and a safe and to 2017. Nostrovia! 🍷🍷🍷🍷 — 9 days ago
Definitely on the right track in its aging process! This is a wine wasted on food and pairings. It is one to pour on a sunny, cool, and breezy day - like a day in harvest season in Bordeaux. Classic white Bordeaux. Not too much oak influence, balanced and crisp acidity, slight under ripe fruits. Aromas similar to Pouilly-Fume, who also would argue Sauvignon Blanc is it's native grape. Flint, lemon zest, white peach, granny apple skin, pine resin, under ripe grapefruit, creme brulee, roasted ginger, lemongrass, golden pears. 2010 will age for at least 15 more years, and yet it is just so delicious right now. Get 5, drink 2 or 3, and keep some for as long as you can. — 12 days ago