Golden yellow hue
On nose spicy oak is evident, but not overpowering
Lemon, goose berry, wet stone like minerality. On palate oak gives peppery and creamy feeling. Again lemon, lime, white currant. Medium acidity, mid weight and clearly has stuffing for atleast few years of aging. When wine warms up the oak takes bit too large role. Best served around 10 degC when it's wonderfully fresh. Goes down dangerously easy and worked great with grilled jumbo shrimps — 16 days ago
Interesting. Unique. Versatile. Would like it to be drier — 19 days ago
Found another straggler and it was delicious...vivid, dark black cherry color.. smoke, goose fat, rich forest floor mushrooms. The 14.99 ABV largely resolved with little heat left. Every time I’m tempted to cut back I open one at 10-12 years... not gonna do it. Glorious new world Syrah! — 15 days ago
Tart fruit, cranberries, an earthiness, and dusky scent. Nicely structured. E guessed it was a Barolo so that’s high praise. — 23 days ago
Full-bodied and multi-layered. Deliciously dusky. Loved it. — a month ago
This is a very tasty Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand.
Medium in body with high acidity, and a touch of residual sugar.
Showing limes, grapefruits, green apples, white pepper and a touch of peaches.
Easy drinking with a nice tangy finish. Not too complex and perfect for the beach or pool. Good all by itself.
12.5% alcohol by volume. Kosher.
89 points. — 2 months ago
Opens with dusky red fruits, black raspberry, Hungarian tart cherry, and berry liqueur. Bright and tart, but with some herbal notes and a sweetness on the mid palate lending depth, plus a hint of acetone complexity. Amply structured but this drinks more like a white wine, with minimal tannins and a pure joyful drinkability. Elegant and superb. — 2 months ago