Cucamonga Valley, South Coast

Catherine Marshall

Elgin Sauvignon Blanc 2019

Tonights wine I have opened is the 2019 Catherine Marshall Sauvignon Blanc Elgin Valley, South Africa.

The nose has beautiful aromatics with abundance of grapefruit, peach, nectarine, green bell pepper, herbs, grass and minerals.

On the palate the is lime, grapefruit, white peach, bell pepper, basil, jalapeño, grass and minerals.

This wine is medium bodied that is rich and mouth filling and medium to medium + acidity with a long crisp clean citrus finish. I hope everyone's weekend is going well? Please continue being safe and healthy. Nostrovia! 🥂🥂🥂🥂
— 3 days ago

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Doffo Winery

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So good and smooth!! Wow!! — a month ago

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Wiens Family Cellars

Artist Series Crowded Red Blend 2017

Deep, wooden cherry notes flourish both before and after the first taste. The flavor is sophisticated, yet simple. Nothing of note to end, but nothing negative to say about the beginning and middle. A very solid experience. — 16 days ago

Rieslingfreak

No.1 Reverence of Riesling 2017

Superb. Reminiscent of SA West Coast SB — a month ago

Steven Chown
with Steven

Europa Village

Bolero Cellars Muscat Canelli 2017

Couldn’t find the “Libido Blanco” and my rating is for this 2017 Libido Blanco.
Not really a fan of white wine other than Sauvignon Blanc but... this bottle is very good. Medium body, oaky, lots of leg and length. I’d categorize this more on the Chardonnay side as it is not sweet yet not dry either.
— 2 months ago

Danza Del Sol

GSM Temecula Valley Grenache Blend 2015

Great blend. Nice finish. A little buttery hint. — 4 days ago

Robert Renzoni

Tempranillo

Great Tempranillo!! — 12 hours ago

John Duval Wines

Entity Barossa Valley Shiraz 2015

Study time 🤓 🍇!! Exploration of Syrah / Shiraz — from Barossa Valley, Australia to Northern Rhône, France to Central Coast, California — with @win_tries_wine and @deked1 on a Saturday afternoon.
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John Duval, Entity, Shiraz
From Barossa Valley, Australia. Vintage 2015. ABV 14.5%. Juicy black fruit, such as blackberry, plum, with burnt sage, toast, peat moss, dark chocolate, dark baking spice, molasses, sweet tobacco, and pepper notes; high alcohol, medium+ acidity, tannins, and body.
#johnduvalwines #johnduvalshiraz
— a month ago

Deked1
with Deked1
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