This is a very tasty Cabernet based Bordeaux blend from Napa Valley.
Full bodied, smooth and elegant, with medium acidity.
Dry on the palate with a nice mouthfeel.
Showing blackberries, black currants, cooked cherries, cedar, leather, vanilla, licorice, spices, chocolates, tobacco, mocha, coke and light earth.
Spicy finish with fine grained tannins and tangy raspberries.
A great example of the great 2015 vintage. Nicely balanced and fruit forward. Spicy and entertaining.
This 7 years old is drinking very nicely now, and will be good in the next 5 to 10 years.
Very enjoyable by itself or with food. I paired it with a Charcuterie board of meats and cheeses.
A blend of 83% Cabernet Sauvignon, 7% Merlot,
6% Petit Verdot, 3% Malbec and 1% Cabernet Franc. Aged for 20 months in French oak barrels.
14.5% alcohol by volume.
$80. — a year ago
Maybe it was the company, the weather, the food or my mood but boy did I really enjoy this wine! Beautifully dark cherry color. Perfect level of fruit so the wine is hugely versatile. The manager of crush wines in nyc ( one of my favorite wine stores) recommended it - and boy was he right! Really love it. To my taste exactly at this time and pace (NY). Oh and I know I should have cellared or a bit more but I went for it. — a year ago
Every time I have a Morlet Chardonnay, I wonder why I don’t enjoy them more often.
Pop and pour and 100% open for business. It has this unique toasted marshmallow aromatic that I always associate with Marcassin (funny enough, this vineyard isn’t too far from Marcassin in Fort Ross Seaview), along with such sweet, juicy tropical fruit like peach and guava, as well as honey roasted cashews. Up front is seems like it’s going to coat the entire mouth, but it fans out in a really elegant profile (sea salt dusted lemon scone, yellow fruits, honeysuckle) with a nice zip of acidity on the finish. Absolutely delicious right now, and I don’t see this getting much (if any) better. — a year ago
This level of good at this level of wild is a rare special find. Usually there's a tradeoff. Slatnik is a strike with no bumpers. A very special bottle.
Beautiful copper tinted pumpkin ale. An aromatic journey with a beginning, a middle, and end - on loop.
Yellow canned peaches, orange zest, thyme. And then creeping curls of incense - a lift, higher registers and piercing perfumes of rosewater, potpourri, and butterscotch.
The flavors are concentrated and lengthy. Sweet salted tangerine, furry dried apricot. Really concentrated and powerful and also dynamic - this thing moves. — a year ago
Fantastic supermarked Wine. Got it for under 100DKK and that is a super price. 13 years old and extremely tasty. Great fruit all the way followed with spices like fresh peber as well as smoke. It will always land in my basket when I see it to the right price. — a year ago