Enjoyed on July 14, 2019, with a grilled strip steak! — 3 days ago
Full bodied with a good amount of spice and dark fruit flavor..,paired well with grilled NY strip steaks with sweet potato. — 3 days ago
Fruit forward, soft tannin, some dusty flavour.
Very easy drinking wine. Served with NY strip, Caesar salad, & roasted potato salad. — 4 days ago
Bleach cherry, licorice, tobacco, strong bouquet, pairs nicely with your classic strip steak and potatoes. — 19 days ago
Very nice chardonnay. Got it at the Butcher on the Block to go with either the New York strip burgers or the "Cubbie" brats. Yum. — a month ago
Enjoyed with a NY strip steak and grilled Brussels sprouts — 2 months ago
Medium to dark ruby with a nose of blackberries, cloves, vanilla, and a touch of anise. Medium body with with a touch of excess acidity. Dry with a nice long finish. Fine grained tannins. A classy wine. Paired nicely with NY strip. — 20 days ago
Always a multi-day opera with this one:
Day 1: Luden’s cough drops, dill, coriander and pickling spices. Whiff of boiled weeds. And this is a fruit day. And the wine is clean as a whistle, tender and tempting. If you’re an Enderle fan, none of this sounds even remotely odd.
Day 2: Rancid strip mall Peking Duck, MSG straight out of the box, and cabbage boiled in a cheap aluminum pot. Wretched.
Day 3: The most tender, pure and clear cherry aromas and flavors, reminiscent of Tollot-Beaut or Cornu Chorey-les-Beaune of the 1980s. A long, palpable finish of immense, chalky minerals and vibrant acids. Extraordinary. — a month ago