Domus Vitae

Quinta Vale D. Maria ( Quinta Vale Dona Maria )

CV Curriculum Vitae Douro Red Blend 2012

Phenomenal wine. Muted dried fruit. Quite dry. Lovely tannin , earthy barnyard nose. Lovely overall — 12 days ago

Johan Vineyards

Vitae Springs Vineyard Grüner Veltliner 2017

white pepper and aromas of cheese and dill. Its complex and crunchy- like salt and vinegar chips — 4 months ago

Alpha Domus

The Navigator Merlot Blend 2010

Easy drinking medium body well balanced Bordeaux with an earthy under note. We discovered it last year in Hawkes Bay and it was one of the 25 bottles we brought home from the trip exploring the wine regions in New Zealand from Central Otago, Martinborough, to Hawkes Bay. — 6 months ago

Tammy de Weerd
with Tammy

Domus Aurea

Peñalolen Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

overripe berries. figs. raisins. aged cranberry mouth. tannins in sides of tongues. long mouth. fantastic. — 22 days ago

Lemos & Van Zeller

Curriculum Vitae Douro 2015

Balanced fruit forward and delicious. — 3 months ago

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with Grant, Jack and 1 other
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Viña Quebrada de Macul

Clos Quebrada de Macul Domus Aurea Cabernet Sauvignon 2010

Jan A

Domus Aurea "house of gold" single vineyard cabernet sauvignon out of the upper maipo valley. Brownish tawny color is showing first signs of age. Cedar, dry wood on the nose. Purple fruit and black tea leaves on the palate. There is a sense of freshness and also grippy tannins are looming over this wine. Not sure if this will reach the 96RP it scored but well made nevertheless. 2010 vintage — 4 months ago

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Poitin Mountain Strength

Interesting 🤔 makes my lips numb, thought it was the hot sauce yesterday but no hot sauce today & its still has a numbing sensation🤷🏼‍♂️
K&L notes,

Claimed to be the world's oldest distilled drink - Poitín is the father of Irish whiskey (AKA - moonshine as we'd call it in the USA). First made by Irish monks in the 6th century in monastaries like Glendalough it was known as Uisce beatha or aqua vitae in Latin - the water of life. Today Glendalough's Poitín is triple distilled in a traditional copper pot-still using malted barley and pure spring water. It has a slightly floral nose with pretty and heady fruit tones. The taste is shockingly smooth and mellow given the 55%. Again a surprisingly fruity essence. The finish is long and lingering, a touch warming and sweet with a spicy tail
— 2 months ago

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Vignerons Catalans

Red Domus Roussillon Villages Grenache Shiraz 2015

Pretty nondescript, sort of muted Syrah notes of game meats and black pepper. 2015 is fine but doesn’t shine in the southern Rhône valley. — 5 months ago

Mike, David and 4 others liked this
Deborah Morgan

Deborah Morgan

Really enjoyed this wine!