This spicy, Grenache-based Vacqueyras exudes Provençal lushness and charm, with abundant raspberry, bitter cherry and floral notes. Substantial enough for rich winter fare, the 2017 also has the energy to pair well with lighter foods. It’s still young, so a quick decant is in order. $25.00 (Josh Raynolds, Vinous, December 2019) — 13 days ago
@delectable @vinous @isthereanybodyoutthere Domaine de breseyme blanc
A dense tropical cocktail. On the nose. On the palate. Some honey. A perfect match with curried turkey over rice. Yeah. Top that for esoteric.
Seriously a Tuesday night change of pace with white wine food. Fun.
Bought from fass selections. — 2 days ago
wild pine needle forest floor berry bramble shade — 11 days ago
Tasted blind. Reddish tawny color. Edges suggest its old. Notes of strawberry, raspberry, iron, roses. Some zing and power in the nose. Slaps your face when tasted. Sappy. Powerful impact. Long finish. Other guesses were in Burgundy land eg Griotte but I went with 90 Rayas. Bingo. — 6 days ago
From Kroger, under $20. Lighter and fruity, not as mineraly as expected, but enough to give it depth. Nate liked too. — 14 days ago
TCL w/Haskels 12-19.....Wines for Xmas under $10
Easy drink Everyone Loves.....like a Rose in red! — 9 days ago
Vibrant and young in appearance Lovely fresh herbaceous aroma, pl and blueberries on palette, soft sweet tanins. Long blackcurrant finish with hints of licorice. — 12 days ago
Cannabis, blueberry, blackberry aromas and flavors, big body, white pepper and anise long finish. — a day ago
Not my favorite L’Anglore, but still tasty. A little hot, but the pure fruit comes though on the finish. — 5 days ago