The Dreaming Tree

The Dreaming Tree

Crush California Red Blend 2015

Love everything dreaming tree puts out. Simple, flavorful, interesting, and accessible. — 3 days ago

The Dreaming Tree

Sonoma County Sauvignon Blanc 2018

Light, crisp. Not overly sweet. Not harsh, easy to drink. No puckering. — a month ago

John Duval Wines

Entity Barossa Valley Shiraz 2008

2008 vintage. In great shape and seems to have several more years of life in it. Stewed black cherry, baked blueberry, baked blackberry, tannins still have some grip and show tree bark, tobacco, and old tarragon. — 17 days ago

"Odedi", Ira and 2 others liked this

Hubert Bouzereau-Gruère et Filles

Les Genevrières Meursault 1er Cru Chardonnay

Fairly intense on the nose and palette. Aromas of toasty baked apples and tree blossoms. Weighty but great balance. Spiced apples, chalk and lime, and subtle hints of blanched almond flavors. Still youthful and drinking great — 8 hours ago

Lyle liked this

The Dreaming Tree

California Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

Delicious! Mild and easy to drink — 7 hours ago

Cherry Tree Hill

Southern Highlands Riesling 2008

Clear, deep gold colour. Clean, pronounced mineral (petrol) and citrus aromas. Dry with high acidity. Medium bodied with pronounced butter, lemon and lime flavours. A long finish. An outstanding wine. — 3 days ago

Michele Walker
with Michele

René Barbier

Mediterranean White Blend

Dreaming of Mediterranean afternoons in Spain sun, this wine can bring you there. — 13 days ago

Waving Tree Vineyard

Redolent Columbia River Gorge Rose of Nebbiolo 2019

Killer nebbiolo rose. A favorite at our house — 6 days ago

Paul, Daniel P. and 3 others liked this

Pepper Tree

Coquun Hunter Valley Shiraz 2009

Love this wine. What a fabulous drop. Strong pepper beautiful smooth finish. — 17 days ago

Weingut Josef Walter

"J" Centgrafenberg Trocken Spätburgunder 2007

Lyle Fass

Awesome nose. Ash, bunt tree bark, ripe and secondary berry fruit. Floral. Dampen and dried leaves, so feral, loads of earthy sweetness. So good. Juicy, elegant and structured with wonderful purity as freshness. Even a bit tight and coiled up. Needs 45 minutes to an hour. — 4 days ago

Neil, Severn and 7 others liked this