Tried this at dinner at Track 61. Very good. — 12 days ago
This dark red Israeli wine has a nose of black cherry, blackberry and vanilla. The palate shows its fruit forward, with dark berries layered over sweet oak spice. It is not terribly complex, but it sips well and has firm enough tannins to pair with a ribeye steak or tri-tip. The oak effect suggests more than the advertised eight months in barrels.
— 21 days ago
Pretty good. Bar louies. — 8 days ago
Mid Lemon in colour. Nutty aromas with some orange peel and leesy notes. On the medium weight palate some restrained stone fruit flavours well integrated with the oak - well balanced. Medium plus intensity and length. Proving once again that the strengths of Margaret River are Cabernet and blends as well as Chardonnay. Chloe is the premium Chardonnay cuvée from Woodlands. — a month ago
Whoaaa blindtasted I thought...either tannic Pinot Noir or Valtellini Nebbiolo. So much cherries and earth it is high in ever so many things. Tannins (but plush!), acid (but it’s so kickin’ good). I lurve this Pinot. Makes me want to try more Tasmanian wine. — a month ago
Drank two bottles at La Perla Hotel, Santa Cruz. — 7 days ago