high acid, limited oak makes this a great food wine. great cool climate wine with a vineyard 1.5 miles from the Pacific — 17 days ago
Fresh funk, fruit. Similar to ale Trouble Fiat but a bit more fun with the finish. — a month ago
Gertie’s red. Funky and sharp — a month ago
Dark, clear ruby. Wildly aromatic nose of violets and black cherries. Medium bodied palate echoes the nose flipping the primaries and adding a hint of vanilla and a smaller hint of tarry anise. Low tannins. Medium plus acidity. McMinnville’s Hyland Vineyard struts its dark floral stuff in this classic Willamette PN. Pair with equally classic fare: ham, pork tenderloin, duck, and of course, Pacific salmon. Drink now through 2029, when it develops into a more savory offering. — a month ago
Quite sweet, heavy on fruit flavors and honeysuckle aromas. — a month ago
Oh, Syrah, Such misunderstood brilliance. Especially in the hands of @jolielaidewines, where it becomes tangy, salty blackberry and sour cherry, wild thyme and wet redwood bark layered over crushed stone. Fabulous stuff clocking in at a mere 12.8% alcohol for all its cool-climate glory. If I’ve said it once I’ll say it a million times, everything Scotty Schultz touches turns to gold. In the bottle anyways. — 10 days ago
I’m loving the Pacific Northwest these days.
This wine is a Trailblazer... see what I did there? — a month ago