Tasted this about a year ago so I think it’s time to check in to see how it develops after a year.
Stay pretty much the same. Cassis, raspberry, black cherry, steeped black tea, light peppery spices. Vanilla has faded further. Medium body. Lively palate with cool acidity.
Remarkable freshness at this age for a cab that cost around $15. — 5 months ago
This six-grape blend is as aromatic as one might expect from Carménère, PV, Merlot, Syrah and Cabs Franc and Sauvignon. There is much dark fruit on the nose, along with cigar box, leather, cedar and licorice. The palate is bold, too, with a complex flavor profile and tannins which are useful but not overpowering. — 10 months ago
This Sauvignon Blanc has a New World feel to it, to be sure. The nose is a little bit herbal, a little bit floral and a little bit grapefruity. On the palate, the citrus aspect takes center stage, with a spicy element and a racy acidity. Grapefruit lingers on the finish. Pairing this wine with salads and shellfish is a natural, but it could certainly stand up to a piece of baked chicken. — 6 months ago
So good. Coronavirus relief. — a year ago
Some good funk to it. Very good. — 2 years ago
Big fan of this Pinot. I like the subtlety balanced warmth and freshness in equal measure. — 3 years ago
This wine is ripe and beautiful - dark, with a nose of blackberries, cassis and violets. There is a hint of tobacco and spice there as well, a tribute to the perfectly finessed aging, eight months in neutral oak. The palate explodes on the tongue with dark fruit, vanilla and herbs. The fruit is the story, but don't sell complexity short. It offers a lot to ruminate on while you sip. — 6 months ago
Light and crisp Chilean Sauvignon Blanc — a year ago
Very good blend — 2 years ago