Château Belle Brise

Domaine du Coulet (Matthieu Barret)

Brise Cailloux Cornas Syrah 2013

Inky, some smoke over the top of a briar patch of fruit. Let ‘er breathe a bit. — 3 days ago

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Etienne Calsac

L'échappée Belle Brut Champagne

Delicious lovely acidity with a hint of creaminess well balanced — 3 days ago

Belle Fiore

Belle Esprit Estate Sensation Rogue Valley Syrah 2014

Reminds me why I like Syrah. Complex and fruity. — 9 days ago

Belle Glos

Taylor Lane Vineyard Pinot Noir 2017

Birthday 🎉 Everyone loved this one — 10 days ago

Belle Glos

Santa Maria Valley Pinot Noir 2016

Another vintage of this and still full bodied with distinct Pinot flavours but backed up by sweet fruit and spice. Looks more like Cabernet in the glass, very nice. May not suit the California Pinot purists but I could see this being a good banker for a Christmas or thanksgiving lunch. — 18 days ago

David, Daniel and 10 others liked this

Belle Glos

Clark & Telephone Vineyard Pinot Noir 2017

Immediate hit of intense deep fruit, mostly blueberry, stops just short of the point of absurdity. Herbaceous notes, tobacco and green pepper back up the finish. Very silky with no tannins at all. Super drinkable right now. — 16 days ago

Etienne Calsac

L'echappe Belle Extra Brut Champagne Chardonnay

Mushroom, fresh and ripe lemon and apricot, very toasty and leesy esp on the palate. Medium - acidity, elevated intensity and finish. — 9 days ago

Château Belle Vue

Le Château Syrah Cabernet Franc 2006


This was fantastic. Complex. Great color. Nice tannins. Probably can drink for another 10 years. — 10 days ago

Château Belle-Vue

Haut-Médoc Red Bordeaux Blend 2008

David T

One of the best value Left-Bank Bordeaux’s out there. You just have to lay down for 10–15 years. It’s not a sexy Chateau but, they do really good work...smartly priced.

Steak wine tonight with friends.

Notes later if I can.
— 3 days ago

P, Severn and 20 others liked this
Dawn E.

Dawn E.

@David T Holding on to a couple of 2015's...good to get a good estimate of wait time! Thanks!
David T

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If you are storing them in a climate controlled environment, 10-20 years from birth depending on how you enjoy them. If not, 5-8 years. They just don’t round out as beautifully or are as elegant, integrated and floral without that kind of storage & time. IMHO. Some people drink there wines young regularly and that’s what becomes their palate or wheelhouse. I’ve fell in love with well softened, elegant, integrated with more floral components. Any well made producers of Cabernet from Napa would recommend minimum of 8-10 years in bottle. Well made Bordeaux producers would say 10-50 years depending on the producer, specific region & vintage. Hope this helps. Cheers! 🍷
Dawn E.

Dawn E.

🤗 thank you!

Belle Glos

Meiomi Pinot Noir 2017

This was a $15 bottle and I loved it. Will buy a case at that price — 16 days ago