Mid-week wine ... A Pinot Arbois. A nose with red berries, farm smell with hints of liquorice. In the mouth easy to know it is pinot not bad on the attack but the middle lacks concentration and the final is medium lenght and somewhat drying. You have to like the natural side in the wine to appreciate. Glad to have tried finally but the conclusion is not for me. I like my pinot "clean" without Brett! — 5 days ago
Glad I didn’t wait any longer to open this special bottle from my vintage!!! Thank goodness it was stored well and no fault. Also thanks to my osso opener that pulled a near perfect cork! — 2 days ago
wonderful rare varietal from expert Jim Clendenen. — 2 days ago
Dark ruby garnet in the glass. Abundant nose of dark leather and dark fruit. Echoed on the medium-bodied palate with white flowers(!) and red currant. Medium acidity and fine, medium plus tannins wrap it all up. A wonderful Provençal expression of the classic Syrah-Cabernet (Sauvignon) blend. That will compliment a wide range of “red wine” foods. It’s just as interesting and complex as Regine Sumiere’s iconic Provence rosè, only taken to red level. Enjoy with medium to hard cheeses, beef, game, root veggies, or even darker fruit with balsamic. Drink now through 2024. — 11 days ago
Celebrating paying off 1 out of 3 of the student loans! Very easy to drink. Subtle black very flavors. Would let it age another 2 years before drinking again. — 9 days ago
This is a continuation of the wines that were at the fourth Friday gathering in Fort Worth, TX. As @Shay A mentioned there were too many wines to taste them all. Here are a few other great ones that Shay did not post.
Not sure who brought this wine but I enjoyed it. — 21 days ago