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Kosta Browne

Cerise Vineyard Pinot Noir 2016

Very interesting Anderson Valley Pinot Noir. Lots of dried flowers and red fruit on the nose. Bing cherries, strawberries and cola on the palate with very sleek tannins and crisp acidity as well as some earthiness. Great finish. — 5 hours ago

Lisa Mayer
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Neil Valenzuela

Neil Valenzuela

Fantastic wine! Cheers!


Etna Rosso Nerello Mascalese 2016

Crunchy red fruits and mineral, excellent QPR 👌 — 13 hours ago

Neil, Mike and 11 others liked this

Domaine Dujac

Clos de la Roche Grand Cru Pinot Noir 2014

Rather reticent on the nose, could’ve done with some air. Spate of dense, ripe fruit, lavender, tea leaf and baking spices; at times it was reminiscent of a freshly baked boysenberry pie. Impeccable mouth feel, wears you like a velvet glove and drives home a long finish. — a day ago

Ira, Bob and 5 others liked this


Eastside Russian River Valley Chardonnay 2013

Still super bright and citrusy even with the bottle age. The acidity really cuts through food. Very refreshing. This could continue to develop for another 5 years easily. I bet it will still be phenomenal in another decade. — 9 hours ago

Stanley, Ryan and 19 others liked this

Domaine Dujac

Morey Saint Denis Pinot Noir 2014

Slightly muted nose with accents of decaying rose petal, tart red fruits, wirh cherry stem and ginger indicative of whole bunch use here. Sappy tannins. Decent length. Good village wine for sure. — a day ago

Ira, Bob and 3 others liked this

Château Cheval Blanc

St. Émilion Red Bordeaux Blend 2005

The 2005 Château Cheval Blanc is a masterpiece and could ultimately go down as one of the greatest wines ever from the Estate. Composed of 51% Merlot and 49% Cabernet Franc, this opens to simply stunning aromas of ripe dark dark and blue fruits, along with fresh violets, crushed wet stones, pipe tobacco, graphite and hints of spices that all come together to form the seductive nuances. This full-bodied red is every bit as stunning on the palate, as it is beautifully structured, with incredible overall balance and finesse that makes it nearly impossible to resist. It goes on to thoroughly impress, showing a remarkable combination of power and elegance as it leads up to the long enveloping finish. The 2005 is certainly mesmerizing today, however it also possesses the potential to age marvelously and should offer a drinking window that spans across decades. — 10 hours ago

Billy, Shay and 17 others liked this
Joseph Barsky

Joseph Barsky

Typo - second word of your review- should be 2005.
Joseph Barsky

Joseph Barsky

It’s not Miles’ bottle of ‘61, but I’m still impressed! At least you didn’t drink it from a disposable styrofoam soda cup at a fast-food restaurant! 🥂

Domaine Dujac

Morey Saint-Denis 1er Cru Pinot Noir 2014

Liquid violets, lavender, mulberry, blueberry and a hum of nutty oak. Fruit is much plusher than the village wine. Fine web of lacy tannin from front to back. Delicious drinking. — a day ago

Ira, Bob and 3 others liked this