Think of it as an excellent house red that you wouldn’t be too offended at shelling out $18 a glass. (My....how silly its all become.) A 50% split between Merlot and Cab is how it’s presented but the Merlot certainly dominates and I suspect it’s more a 60/40 split if not 65/35 in favor of Merlot. Perhaps the wine reviews were based on barrel tastings rather than what eventually ended up in bottle. Regardless...
Paired it up with some scottadito lamb chops on a bed of braised leek and Israeli Couscous. Perfect! — 3 days ago
Really good value for the money - clean, minerally, only slightly citrus. — 2 years ago
3.5. Just the way a good Bordeaux should taste. Complex but smooth, with a lovely lingering aftertaste. On sale from a pretty French woman selling her vintage at Calvert-Woolley. On sale for $21.99, regularly $24.99. — a year ago
Interesting, but like it. — 2 years ago