Louis-Benjamin Dagueneau

Silex Pouilly-Fumé Sauvignon Blanc

Unicorn wine! One of the most unique noses I’ve smelled. No idea how to describe other than soil. But I like it! — 21 days ago

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Château Bellevue Mondotte

St. Émilion Red Bordeaux Blend 2005

Unicorn Wine. 2005 vintage. Scents of lilac and blackberry. Sleek and lithe for 14 years old. Blackberry preserves, leather. Still has many years to evolve! — 3 months ago

Gregory MellisChad AndersonMargaret Crow
with Gregory, Chad and 1 other
Shay, Ryan and 29 others liked this

Cardwell Hill Cellars

Fenders Blue Estate Pinot Noir 2017

This is a Pinot unicorn. Shiny $15 price with unreal brightness and vibrancy of cherries that take you on a magical earthy ride through the Willamette terroir. This is your value Pinot of the day! Take it while you can. — 4 months ago

Paul, Neil and 5 others liked this

Shaw and Smith

Adelaide Hills Merlot 1999

En magnum. A unicorn to celebrate the 30th Vintage of Shaw + Smith. Humbled to be apart of history in the making. — 5 months ago

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Contra Costa County Red Table Wine 2017

Jeremy Shanker

Unicorn spotting — 2 months ago

Arden, David and 6 others liked this

Viuva José Gomes da Silva & Filhos

Collares Genuino Premiado 2011

A unicorn wine presents a unicorn experience. First, all hail the Ramisco varietal, explained to me as singular to this area of Portugal and soon to be extinct given the level of building development there. From the label: “the Colares wine región was defined in 1908. The vineyards are planted in the dunes between the hills of sintra and the Atlantic Ocean “. The nose alone is worth the price of admission: vibrates with intensity, red fruits, cut flowers. And this was after drinking an intensely vibrant Syrah by Herve Souhaut!
Taste is somewhere between a medium bodied Rioja and a deep Mercia from Ribera Sacra, minus any traces of barrel aging. Utterly seductive mouthfeel, not unctuous or cloying, almost chewy. An intense pitch of acidity higher up on the register ( hence the Ribera analogy). 38$ for a 500ml bottle. A reminder why sharing wines like these with your homeboys is the only way to live.
— 3 months ago

Owen Mazon
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Peter Sultan

Peter Sultan

Completely smashing wine, & apparently age worthy in a big way@Severn Goodwin
Owen Mazon

Owen Mazon

A dry mouth feel but plush and deep. I need more and so I bought some.


Lousas Viñas de Aldea Mencía 2017

Well well well, isn’t that something! Envinate Lousas Vinos de Aldea. Give it some time in the glass to unwind and expose its inner complexity, a vibrant red fruit profile, lavender and capsicum is accompanied by a pronounced savoriness with crushed rocks, soil and white pepper. A fresh spine runs through the palate with solid but fine grained grip from the tannins. Ribeira Sacra. Mostly Mencia with some other stuff thrown in (field blend), whole cluster ferment in cement tank followed by elevage in neutral barrel. A privilege to have these unicorn wines available! — a month ago

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D'Angelo Estate Winery

Tempranillo Miscela 2013

I've always thought this wine has a feistiness that you don't see from hotter regions. An elegance in there too though. I like it. Our new tradition is to also pick up some tomatoes when we visit the winery. The hilarious memories we've had here over the years admittedly skews my ratings here, but this Tempranillo shines and is an Okanagan unicorn. — 3 months ago

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Scarpa (Antica Casa Vinicola Scarpa)

Briccorosa Rouchet Monferrato Rosso Ruche 2014

A bright, fun + festive wine from one of Piemonte’s unicorn varieties, made in an unexpectedly elegant style. Smells like cinnamon + berries. Tastes like Nebbiolo on spring break. Drinks like silk. — 4 months ago

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