Ghost Pines

Ghost Pines

Winemaker's Blend Cabernet Sauvignon

Color of deep ruby with shades of purple. Nose is plenty of dark fruits, vanilla, milky chocolate, and indeed some juicy grapes. Taste is following the nose, with mellow tannins, dark fruits notes, milky vanilla, a bit spice and oak, sweetness, and nice touch of acidity and tobacco leaves. Aftertaste of some more cherry jam, tobacco leaves, spice, and medicinal note. Just a bit too sweet for me, crowd pleaser and reminds me of Bogle’s essential red. — 14 days ago

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Ghost Pines

Winemaker's Blend Merlot 2015

Bouquet of light raspberries. Soft initial notes of berries that finishes with a nice dryness. A smooth wine. — 3 months ago

Klinker Brick

Old Ghost Old Vine Lodi Zinfandel 2015

Very drinkable, fruit forward Zin. Plum and berry flavors are definitely there at the first sip. — 3 months ago

Ghost Block

Morgaenlee Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc 2017

Pre Rigatoni at Wednesday Night Dinner. — 2 days ago

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Gray Ghost Winery

Virginia Chardonnay 2017

While it is not a reserve build, this still sees plenty of oak...malo is avoided here. I like its fresh Chard fruit vibe and viability...acid is key here — a month ago

Ghost Pines

Winemaker's Red Blend

This wine is only $20 but it’s so well made — such a vibrant blend of Syrah, cab, zin and pets — with med fruit and balance. It comes from the Martini dynasty of Napa so you can’t go wrong. — 3 months ago

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Ghost Pines

Winemaker's Blend Zinfandel

Fruity but delicious! Loved this Christmas present. — 3 months ago

Silver Ghost

Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

Soo good! Had this at a wine tasting event at Kent and Co — 19 days ago

Testalonga

Baby Bandito Keep On Punching Swartland Chenin Blanc

Honeysuckle 🍯 sweet pear 🍐stone fruit Chris tingle strudel 👃 Bit dry on the after, lime citrus pines apple splash. Tidy. — 2 months ago

Dylan's Ghost

Hell Hollow Cabernet Sauvignon Cabernet Franc 2010

On initial opening, I would’ve sworn this had some merlot in it, as there was a clear mocha note present. However, with air, that dissipated and the 60% cab sauv /40% cab franc came across as nicely integrated and showing more typical of both those grapes, with plum and floral notes coming through clearly. Give it an hour in the decanter or cellar for another year or two. — 3 months ago

Mark, Isaac and 3 others liked this