64% CS, 28% ME, & 8% CF. No Malbec as listed in the description. I’ve had this for awhile. Didn’t like the first bottle so I avoided trying again. When I did try again I was surprised how much it improved with some age. — 17 days ago
A pre-dinner bottle while we do meal prep tonight.
Prior notes still apply:
Nose has lime zest, lime juice, green hay, wet granite/limestone pebbles, oxidized green apple peel, polyethylene tubing and tangerine peel.
Palate has Key lime flesh, cold tangerine slice, apricot skin, wet-pulverized limestone, lemongrass, tangerine zest, (minor) dried apricot and light honey on the medium finish, medium acid, great balance. — a month ago
Nice light lemon color and citrus/lemon notes on the nose. Tons of tiny active bubbles. A bit clunky, but vibrant balanced mid-palate. Weightier than anticipated, but lots going on... pear, ripe apple, Meyer lemon and a touch of toasty fresh baked bread. Lacking the weightlessness and elegance of France, nonetheless a fun companion with King Crab Legs on an early Spring evening. — 4 days ago
This is a smooth and light bourbon. Very creamy with your vanilla and toffee notes. It’s not something I would normally drink straight because it goes better and cocktails with a lighter and delicate flavor doesn’t overwhelm everything else that you’re mixing in.￼ — 8 days ago
Light golden in color with a yellow tint.
On the nose, ripen yellow apples, pears, light citrus, vanilla, light oak and spices.
Medium plus in body with medium plus acidity.
Dry on the palate with red and green apples, citrus, spices, vanilla, oak, earth and herbs.
Spicy finish with limes and peppercorn.
This is a very tasty White Rhone blend from Mendocino County. Showing nice complexity with a nice mouthfeel. Crisp and elegant.
A good quality wine that I would love to try in 3 years.
Nicely balanced and good as a sipping wine. This Single Vineyard is very interesting and well-made.
Feels like a mix of White wine from the Rhone Valley with a new world twist.
I paired it with a Charcuterie board of meats and cheeses. Paired very nicely with goat cheese and the prosciutto.
A blend of 54% Marsanne, 22% Roussanne, 12% Viognier and 12% Picpoul Blanc.
13.5% alcohol by volume.
$40. — 21 days ago
We had the 2014 Vintage on 2/12-13/21. Red cherry and minerals on the bouquet. Cherry, current and mild spice on the palate. This is a medium bodied Burgundian style Pinot Noir. This is a very good Oregonian Pinot. — 23 days ago