Guenoc/Langtry are constantly changing their labels and branding, not that this is confusing to their consumers or anything 😾
Still, this Claret is reliable vintage after vintage; a triumph of the vinting and mixing arts over the slings and arrows thrown by outrageous nature.
This wine has the expected slight oak with cherry mocha fruits and a smooth drinkable body.
— 7 months ago
Delicious, more full-bodied rose. Very beautiful in color. — 4 years ago
Darkest red color and a sweet, mature bouquet (2006 drank in 2015). Complex mouthfeel would be wonderful with lamb and heavy meaty dishes. Plummy and dark berry notes. — 4 years ago
Dark fruit, dark cherries, cedar, turned earth and leather. Grippy tannin and long lingering finish of baking spices. — 3 years ago
Lightly creamy with peach and a splash of lemon zest, with soft tannins, this Chard went well with seared tuna and fried chicken alike. — 5 years ago
A thick and mineral white, this is a big white, suitable as a substitute for Chardonnay. — 2 years ago
This Bordeaux style blend is not quite as big a wine as prior vintages, but has brighter acidity and nice mineral tannins. The dominant flavors are Bing cherry and blueberry, with a thick finish. It was a great complement to cumin seared steak salad. — 2 years ago
A nice example of the exciting trend towards "black wine",this PV is all dark tannins, black currants, and inky cherry tones. — 4 years ago