Tons of bright, sour red fruit, but more savory than I remember. Definitely funk toward the finish with almost a raspberry chocolate note. Tasting good now but I bet this still has many years of life left. — 3 days ago
Cloudy with a slight chance of yum. — a month ago
Fruity, easy drinking, floral, smoky, Christmas wine from A&M. Enjoyed with cheese and spicy salami — 8 days ago
Sweet. Nice to drink with cheese — 10 days ago
Straw color, very lemony, nice acidity, crisp finish. Similar to a Sauv. Blanc. Product of California, U.S.A. 13.5% abv.
Paired with pan fried salmon stuffed with spinach and cream cheese. Rice and greens rounds out the dish.
The acidity of this wine offset some of the richness of the cream cheese. Perfect combination. — 2 days ago
Mmm. Vibrant grapefruit, guava, pine and fresh barnyard funk, brilliant butterscotchy confectionary aroma. Heady. Bright citrus lime on palate, zippy acidity yielding to a rich, moussey body, cheese rind, and pleasant, long finish with citrus peel bitterness. Broad citrus and minerals. Really beautiful skin contact sparkling wine! — a day ago
Smooth. Rich. Fantastic with cheese. Needs to breathe. — 17 days ago
Sour buttermilk, boiled potato, clotted cream, crimini mushroom and Parmesan herald a funky-earthy scent made pleasant by maple sap, pickled peach, underripe apricot, and coriander. Apple cider vinegar bursts into the palate with wincing alacrity, which, with goat cheese becomes a bright tangerine and near-ripe apricot. Still has a pickled note. Pickled yellow pepper, onion, red bell and general chow chow diciness, as well as a sauerkraut and sweet mustard combo. Razzy, jazzy and bracing. Stellar example of the lambic style. .
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Dark ruby/Inky in color with a short reddish rim.
Great fruity nose of blackberries, sweet cherries, black currants, oak, vanilla, licorice, spices, tobacco, chocolates, mocha, coffee, black pepper, earth and light vegetables.
Full bodied and smooth with medium acidity and long legs.
Dry and fruity on the palate with blackberries, plums, cherries, currants, oak, vanilla, earth, licorice, spices, chocolates, tobacco, mocha and coke.
Nice spicy finish with fine grained tannins and tangy raspberries.
This 5 year old Washington State Cabernet Sauvignon is always enjoyable. Well balanced with nice complexity and a great mouthfeel.
Needs a couple of hours to open up properly and show the complexity, but good right out of the bottle.
Wine Spectator 90 points.
This is a very nice wine for under $20.
I paired it with a cheese plate and fresh fruits.
14.5% alcohol by volume.
$16. — 11 days ago