Whole Foods Margerum

Domaine La Bernarde

Les Hauts du Luc Côtes de Provence Grenache Blend Rosé 2020

Got it from Whole Foods. Very lively. — 2 months ago

Ericsson, Severn and 4 others liked this

Gran Conti

Montepulciano d'Abruzzo

Pretty good for a cheapie at Whole Foods. — 3 months ago

Thierry et Pascale Matrot

Meursault Chardonnay 2019

Nariz: limon, manzana verde, salino (playa y ostras), algo de fruta tropical, madera

Boca: Acidez M/M+, Alcohol M

Bueno por precio, ~$45 en Whole Foods.
— 5 months ago

Dawn, Daniel and 7 others liked this
Jose Lorenzo

Jose Lorenzo

Whole Foods voral gables??
Juan Pablo Perez

Juan Pablo Perez

Yep, the one on 57th ave, next to UM


Sonoma County Rosé of Pinot Noir 2017

Whole Foods nice berry flavors — 2 months ago


Emilia Bianca 2020

Crisp, bright, dry. Perfect spring porch sipper, for $20 avail at Whole Foods — 2 months ago


Superiore Valpolicella Corvina Blend 2016

Got it at Whole Foods. Very smooth. Smooth tannins — 3 months ago

Brent liked this

Bodegas Belgrano


Oak Spice. Berry. Balanced. Dark Cherry. Blueberry, Blackberry. Full flavored. Smooth tannins
only $7.50 at Whole Foods. A W favorite., smooth. 13%.
— 5 months ago


Organic Mendocino Sauvignon Blanc 2020

Nice inexpensive white found at Whole Foods, easy to drink, organic. — 2 months ago

Eric liked this

19 Crimes

Snoop Dogg Cali Red Petite Sirah Blend 2020

I am solidly in the “don’t knock it ‘til you’ve tried it” school of thought, so I very much violated my own rules when I compared this wine negatively to the Bedrock Evanghelo Zin earlier this year without ever having tried it. I knew I had to right this wrong ASAP and brought this to my group’s blind tasting. The verdict: guilty pleasure wine.

At $9.99 a bottle (the Whole Foods down the street had a special), this wine was a steal (even if priced 2-4x, I would drink this wine over the Prisoner any day).

If you are like me, you don’t believe Snoop would put his name on anything subpar and rest assured, this wine is solid. At first sniff and sip, you get aromas of bruised black plum and blueberry syrup. It’s verging on Port in ripeness and alc (14.1%) and there’s probably some RS but it’s still seductive and pretty. On the palate, the wine is balanced, with a shocking lightness on the initial attack followed by a sweet cigar note, discrete tannins and a pleasant bitterness (a friend suggested later press factions maybe) on the finish to cut the sweetness perfectly.

Not the wine you want every night with dinner (you’ll wake up with a raging headache), but the wine you want with a blue cheese burger or saucy barbecue. And you’ll gladly pour yourself another glass. Mostly Petit Sirah and Zin.

If this is the bar, I look forward to trying Martha’s Chard.
— 2 months ago

Ericsson, Neil and 6 others liked this
Rhonely Boy

Rhonely Boy

Yes, solid $10, fun & fruity wine. For pairing, couldn’t agree more with Blue cheese and something BBQ (char & saucy sweetness).

Read an article where Martha discussed her Chard, and it sounds like it should be a good middle of the road chard on the lighter body with mass appeal.
Adriana Fabbro

Adriana Fabbro

@Rhonely Boy I guess the Martha description isn’t far off from what I’d expect, but I’m such a fan. She’s a class act and a gangster at the same time. I’m in awe.