Pop the Vote!

Cheers to voting! Today is Election Day in the United States, and Delectable is here to remind you to get out there and pop the vote. We’ve rounded up a few wines that have made the Trending List this week. Grab yourself a bottle after you head to the polls and share with us what you are drinking today!

Tolpuddle Vineyard

Tasmania Chardonnay 2017

Melbourne Cup lunch and Tolpuddle verticals.
Pinot and Chardonnay from 2012-2017.
— 5 years ago

Mark, Ira and 14 others liked this

Domaine Tempier

Bandol Rosé Blend 2017

Jeremy Shanker

The best — 5 years ago

Riddley, Douglas and 22 others liked this

Dominus Estate

Dominus Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon Blend 2004

A special Birthday wine to set off a marvelous celebration for my wife. Mature, well balanced rich fruit. Lovely wine for a lovely woman!🎂🍷🎉 — 5 years ago

Hugh O'Riordan
with Hugh
Hugh, Mike and 10 others liked this
Hugh O'Riordan

Hugh O'Riordan

Happy birthday!!


Watson Ranch Chardonnay 2015

Great balance between freshness and body. Nose of lemon/lime, ocean air, wet stones. Zippy but clean acid that wraps the full palette and uplifts medium+ body, particularly showing in the mid-palette. — 5 years ago

Shay, Severn and 16 others liked this

Elena Fucci

Titolo Aglianico del Vulture 2015

Long future ahead. This is one of those great, volcanic Anglianicos, and I have never had a young Taurasi that was as compelling. — 5 years ago

Jason, Jonathan and 19 others liked this


Lauren Vineyard Chardonnay 2013

Drinking beautifully right now. Lovely. — 5 years ago

Shay, John and 33 others liked this
Mike R

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That is a great comeback @Eric LaMasters

Tenuta Il Poggione

Rosso di Montalcino Sangiovese 2016


Uncomplicated Sangiovese goodness, with juicy red cherries and a light sage note. Clean and a touch short on the finish. — 5 years ago

Keith, Mark and 15 others liked this

Rhys Vineyards

Anderson Valley Pinot Noir 2015

Final vintage for this one as this wine and all of the other appellations become Alesia in 2016. This is bright fruited with cranberry, spice and mineral. Solid acidity keeps this framed nicely, just entering an early drinking window and will hold several years. — 5 years ago

Shay, Brandon and 6 others liked this

Jean Foillard

Côte du Py Morgon Gamay 2016

Foillard is so consistently good, but especially loving the ‘16s 😍 — 5 years ago

Iwan, Eric and 25 others liked this

Domaine Charlopin-Tissier

Vosne Romanée Pinot Noir 2015

This producer used excessive reductive wine making techniques for his reds in 2015. I tried the whole line up a year ago. Plenty of mercaptans = volatile sulfur = rotten eggs on the nose - i was shocked at the time and thought these will be a hard sell. So what has changed with an extra year on the bottle - still super stinky nose but the wine tastes fine with traces of tar, roses and black cherry. Quite soft right now. There is a lot going on in this wine and it needs at least an hour of decant! For the restaurant sommeliers on this site - your clients will be shocked at first and the reaction of my Vino friends was mixed. I still like this wine and producer - I bought the 16 - but this is really a wine for the folks who have patience. Pricy! 80$ or so. — 5 years ago

Keith, Riddley and 7 others liked this