For my palate this is a big QPR overachiever. Sleek and juicy, but poised to display richness with a wash of cinnamon, crystalline maraschino and a tangy pomegranate-laced bead of acid. I probably could have found a better pairing for boneless ribeye with shiitake and shallot pan sauce, though. 🤷🏻♂️ — a day ago
This is such a ridiculous wine. Nose is so high toned and also luxurious. Beautiful herbals, high toned sour cherry, cherry flower and mid season cherry. Floral, some terrific spice. This has greatly improved on PNP aromatically at this point. Gorgeous, clear, precise and super focused nose. Just the most stunning complex spices imaginable. Really impressed. Palate is tight as expected but it’s like 10% more open than it was earlier this year. But it is all there perfect harmony. Amazing fruit and density yet elegant and light on its feet. Big, noble tannins, so so precise and fine with just unreal clear and focused cherry fruit of the mid season and sour kind. Needs mega air but man will this go places. I’ll be back. As this slowly opens the fruit sweetens. The nose gets more floral and much more harmonious. Awesome inner mouth aromas and terrific spice and energy. Now we are taking. — 21 days ago
Smooth and crisp Chablis in Toronto — 8 days ago
Smells lovely - finessed fruits
Classic Cali wine here - precise fruits, Cherry, raspberry, crab apple. Focused, with little (thankfully) of that new oak vanillin. Gripping tannins play well with the cran acidity. Lingers on for a loooong time.
11th anniversary wine for me, and the Mrs. — 2 days ago
Classic dry Riesling sourced from a minuscule plot (.8 ha) within an iconic vineyard. Serious weight on the palate with layers of green apple, honeyed apricots, and crushed stone. So much complexity and life in this $30 bottle. Certified biodynamic. — 3 days ago
This is the Tualatin Estate Vineyard 2019 vintage. You could drink this with hearty fall or root vegetables and some caramelized sausage for a real tastebud treat, but why would you want to when it’s this good all on its own? — 11 days ago
Red tart cherry and blueberry with some earthiness. 2011 tasting great — 4 days ago
First time with this wine coming from Bald Mountain Vineyard, aged 14 months 40% new French Oak. Local grocery wine department was giving these away at $10 per bottle; given the age and 13.5 alc. I decided to try it!
Not disappointed; presents with golden apples, pear, guava, honey, toasted almonds, chamomile tea, cheese rind, lemon balm and very soft oak.
I imagine in its youth this wine might have been more buttery but with a few years it has evolved nicely! Consider QPR I would pick up a few more of these....just for fun! — 14 days ago
Superb mineral aromas. Confectionary and also peach, green apple and spice. But superb complex minerality. A pfalz vibe for sure. Palate is just electric with insane spice and juiciness. So pure and clean. Mouth coating and just so intense yet also is graceful. Spectacular pitter patter of minerality. So so juicy and vibrant. Excellent and has decades ahead of it. A stunner. — 22 days ago