A truly great Colorado wine! Love this stuff. Medium to full body, great balance of tannins. Dark purple color. — 24 days ago
2014 Voir Dire. n. an oath taken by jurors to tell the truth. Crisp & clean. Hints of light tobacco and soft corinthian leather with a light fruit finish. Smooth and silky. Great with a hearty meal of slow cooked pot roast and earthy mushroom rice. 👍🏼 — a year ago
Thanksgiving wine number two. A total baby, but wanted to check in on it since it’s the first vintage for merlot from the Theorem team (and I love their other wines). Toes the line between being a “cab lovers merlot” and a classic merlot. Dusty, baked mixed berry pie, high percentage dark chocolate, violets and cedar on the nose. Due to its age, oak plays a big role up front but softens toward the middle and finish. The fruit, mainly red and black, is underripe and tart...black cherries, dark plums, currant, dates and a dash of baking spices. Benefitted nicely from a decant. — 3 months ago
Best Rosé I’ve had, but I’m not a huge rosé fan hence the rating. But it’s good! — a year ago
One of a handful of bubbles that we’ve been offering our guests at Theorem upon arrival. We’ll have some whites coming next year, but until then we start with Champagne (and even then it’ll probably stay part of the program because everyone at Theorem loves Champagne). This is the Champagne equivalent of a lemon bar, minus the sugar and add in the chalk and lees. Killer bubbles. — a year ago
Fruit on pallet, wonderful. — 3 months ago
6.15- camping w my favorite man and red wine - couldn’t be happier :) — 8 months ago
Waited awhile before opening my 2nd bottle, nose is more expressive now, smooth bottle.
No decant time just pop & pour tonight,
I’ll decant the rest tomorrow for the day 2 test
Well its 3am, couldn’t sleep, so had another glass or two🤷🏼♂️😬, even better just a few hours later — 9 months ago
All the fruit is in at Theorem. Our Voir Dire blocks came in heavier than expected and the fruit looks great, so we’re excited to see the 2018 become wine.
As for the Dom, I tasted the 2006 at Promontory on Friday, followed by the 2009 later that day at Theorem and felt like the 2009 needed a little time, but after processing 8+ tons of fruit today, the 2009 was perfect. Both @Shay A and @Antonio Galloni ‘s notes are excellent and I have nothing to add other than it’s really, really delicious (harvest exhaustion affects the vocabulary...). — a year ago