Voerzio Martini

Louis M. Martini

Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2017

Best after 2 days. Very tight at first, finally gave up dark fruit a hint of cassis. Bright-ish and grippy tannin. Needs time. A little overpriced for me. — 20 hours ago

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Louis M. Martini

Sonoma County Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

As a house Cabernet. This packs a big punch. A true crowd pleaser made very very well. — 17 days ago

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Azienda Agricola Roberto Voerzio

La Serra Barolo Nebbiolo 2000

One of my favorite Barolo producers. — a month ago

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Paul K Sorbo

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Carneros Pinot Noir 2018

👁This wine is pale ruby with a delicate haze.

👃On the nose, it offers medium(+) intensity of youthful aromas, including notes of ripe cherry, strawberry rhubarb, fresh raspberry, 🍒🍓 also tulip🌷, violet, red licorice, fennel, dill, nutmeg, and wet moss.

👄On the palate this wine is dry. It has med (+) acidity, a medium body, medium alcohol, medium tannins, and medium(+) intensity of flavors consistent with the nose. It also has a medium(+) finish. I find it has good complexity and balance. 👌👌

This wine was fermented with native, wild yeast in concrete or steel and then aged in neutral oak barrels for about six months. According to the @scribewinery website, it comes from "vineyards planted with equal parts of two California heritage clones ideal for the region’s dense clay: Martini and Pommard. The Martini grapes add spice and fresh, high tones complemented by the Pommard’s natural earthiness."

Scribe, Carneros, XII. Beauty Blue, Pinot Noir, Vintage 2018. ABV 13.5%.

Los Carneros, meaning 'the rams' in Spanish, is a unique wine region because it is shared between Sonoma County and Napa Valley. It is one of my favorite places in Califorina for Pinot Noir. With the coastal breezes and fog channeling inland from San Pablo Bay, the vines have a combination of sun and cooling moderators, to aid in both the ripening and the preservation of acidity / brightness of character, which can ultimately lead to a well-balanced, but also well-concentrated wine.

I picked this up at @france_44 and would definitely buy it again.
— a month ago

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Romain Fitoussi

Romain Fitoussi


Azienda Agricola Roberto Voerzio

Priavino Dolcetto d'Alba 2019

Much better than I thought. Medium bodied, nice structure and a very enjoyable sour cherry and chalky thing going on. A bit pricey for an everyday red but well made. — 16 hours ago

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Azienda Agricola Roberto Voerzio

Langhe Nebbiolo 2010

Full of fruits, very vibrant. A bit of Nebiolo fragrances. Nice tanine and italian style acids. Will keep for a few more years. Proves that Voerzio makes great wines. — 2 months ago

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Louis M. Martini

Special Selection California Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon 1970

Tasted from a low fill bottle and it was more than acceptable. No overt Cabernet flavors but this be because of the redwood fermentation tanks of the era. Anyway fun to drink. — 13 days ago

Joe Becerra
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Premium London Dry Gin

Very solid London Dry Gin. Cant go wrong in martini or other cocktail. I like it more than Beefeater, although it’s in the same sort of flavor range along with the less expensive Gordon’s. Worth having in the liquor cabinet. — 2 days ago

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A winning suggestion! Cheers!🍸