I've got a love-hate relationship with Oregon Pinot Noir, and now that I've figured out what I love oh, I'm going to start buying these when I see them! Very grippy, full throttle, fruit in your face Pinot Noir. But it does not go to a jammy or generic or metallic, almost watered down side. This, my friends, is Pinot Noir. Roasted Bing cherry, a little bit spicy, a little bit dirty. Very elegant and round all the way through out with a nice pucker on the finish. Kept coming back to this one more so than the Aubert Ritchie 10. Still a ton of life left. Really nice Pinot. — 22 days ago
A deep Ruby colored wine with aromas of herbal and vegetable tones, cherry and blackberry on the nose.
This organic, 100% hand picked grape Wine come aged in French Oak is a wonderful blend that starts off with some sour cherry fruit the Cabernet give some structure and a longer finish. Nice maturity with vegetable and mushroom tones, balanced tannins, and give it some air to really show its character.
This organic, 100% hand pick Grape Wine pairs well with shrimp Venezia that has spinach fettuccine, artichoke hearts, black olives in a tomato basil sauce. You should be hungry by now. Enjoy this excellent blend. Winesbyrenee.com. — a month ago
2016 vintage - different blend than the 2015 — 12 days ago
Killer, nice acid ... Give it a chill. — 18 days ago
Queen of Spain Sauvignon Blanc 2018, Spain
Pale lemon in color with a yellow tint.
Great fruity nose with citrus, tropical fruits, peaches, bananas, pink bubblegum (Bazooka), pineapples and red apples.
Medium plus in body with medium plus acidity.
Dry on the palate with apples, tropical fruits, pineapples, bananas, light spices and almonds.
Medium finish with almonds and limes.
This is a great Sauvignon Blanc from Spain. Not very typical to find out of Spain. A Fun wine for parties, easy drinking and tasty.
Fruit forward with lots of tropical fruit notes. Loved the nose and kept smelling on it.
Good by itself or with food. I paired it with a charcuterie board of meats and cheeses.
13% alcohol by volume. Organic.
89 points. — 25 days ago
32/23/23/22 blend of Vermentino, Marsanne, Rousanne and Grenache Blanc. Pale white, excellent clarity. Floral and stone fruit notes in nose. Lemon, lime, tangerine pith and stone fruit flavors, lime and mineral in finish, almost dry, robust level of acidity with a variety of acids - tartaric, citric, malic. Slight carbonation in the mouth - tactile-wise, not visually. Good food wine but Vermentino character makes it suitable as an aperitif. Grenache Blanc gives it a moderate skin astringency on finish along with an herbal (dill) and slight white pepper aftertaste. Overnight, a ripe black plum skin flavor emerges in the finish, accompanied by a tart, slightly chalky flavor, maybe from lees contact. Complex flavor profile; the varietal blend and proportions largely work here. Fun wine but still easy to drink despite the apparent complexity of its components. Creative but successful wine craft overall. — a month ago
The nose reveals, mashed, sour, candied/liqueured, meyer lemon, very ripe, pineapple, golden apple, lime skin, & green apple w/ almost no skin, fresh, herbal qualities, honey, beeswax, vanillin, warm caramel, limestone minerals, soft chalkiness, wet stone with yellow lilies and florals and mixed greens.
The body is; round, rich, bold, thick & waxy. It is gorgeous over the palate. Mashed, sour, candied/liqueured, meyer lemon, grapefruit pulp, dry & candied pineapple, golden apple, key lime, stone fruit, tangerine & green apple w/ almost no skin, fresh, herbal qualities, honey, beeswax, vanillin, warm caramel, toffee, marmalade, white spice, limestone minerals, soft chalkiness, wet stone, dusty dry rocks, saline notes with yellow lilies, white florals & mixed greens. The acidity is, beautifully, round & phat. The rich, ruby, heather honied, well balanced/polished finish delicious & lingers well.
Photos of; two aspect views of Domaine Leroy & Madame Lalou Bize-Leroy (The Queen of Burgundy) in her precious vineyards. She all about bio-dynamic, prunes by hand and sings to her vines. And, who could argue her success. — a day ago