Tasting Notes: Weekly Roundup

Happy Friday! Before we celebrate the coming weekend, we want to look back on drinks the Delectable community enjoyed and consumed this week. We've gathered a handful of reviews and notes that caught our eye. From detailed notes to standout photos, the Delectable community was busy this week, and there are so many great posts to read. Mark your favorites and pick up a bottle to try this weekend. Cheers!

Evening Land Vineyards

Seven Springs Vineyard Pinot Noir 2017

Checking in on a 2017 after a fantastic 16 recently. Despite being such a youthful wine, this shows excellent balance. The fruit has plenty of power, but the structure and complex texture are in great harmony. The aromatics are alluring and inviting. This will only get better, but is wonderful now. — 4 years ago

Shay, Michael and 62 others liked this


Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2018

Drinking US pinots this week. First up is from Ehren Jordan’s project in Willamette Valley. Impressive Pinot here - great winemaking. Fruit from Eola and Chehalem. 30% whole cluster + 15 % new oak. Ripe cherry, crushed flowers, and hints of mocha on the nose lead to pomegranate and earthiness on the palate. Smooth tannins and savory mouthfeel. Nicely done. 2018 vintage on Mar 20, 2020 — 4 years ago

Jeff, Iwan and 10 others liked this

Lucien Crochet

La Croix du Roy Sancerre Sauvignon Blanc 2017

Lemon, mineral, bright - perfect w/oysters ⚡️ — 4 years ago

Keith, Eric and 27 others liked this

Produttori del Barbaresco

Langhe Nebbiolo 2018

Perfectly fresh with grass-fed VT beef and grilled onions and mushrooms. More please. — 4 years ago

Joe, P and 30 others liked this


@Evan Bienstock Perfect pairing Cheers 🍔🍷


Cuvée 1785 Brut Champagne Blend

Pale yellow color. Aromas of biscuit and hazelnut. Beautiful lemon custard notes, biscuit and small delicate, plentiful bubbles. — 4 years ago

P, Russ and 33 others liked this



Marcel Lapierre

Morgon Gamay 2018

Had the 2018 a couple of months back and trying to save my next few bottles for the next 5yrs or so (I think Vegas has the over under at 2). Usual flavor profile, but feels like it’s packed in a bit more and denser than usual. Looking forward to it unfurling over time. — 4 years ago

Ira, Michael and 38 others liked this

Marchesi Antinori

Tignanello Toscana Super Tuscan Blend 2015

Close to top vintage of an incredible super Tuscan. Salute to all the heroes in the frontlines of the fight. — 4 years ago

Daniel P., Shay and 28 others liked this
Paulo Saliby

Paulo Saliby

I love this super tuscan (as well as Flaccianello)

Beckmen Vineyards

Purisima Mountain Vineyard Syrah 2016

Black cherry, raspberry, vanilla, plum, loganberry, eucalyptus and oak. Full-bodied and soft tannins. — 4 years ago

Michael, Matt and 13 others liked this


Im sure the wine is good, but personally, I think that is one of the ugliest labels.
Michael Chelus

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Don’t judge the wine by the label, @MICHAEL COOPER


I know the wine and have been to the winery and obviously the most important thing in any wine is what's in the bottle and the people who make it and the land it is made from, but, in the world we live in, wines are judged by their labels. Sometimes less is more and this wine, in my opinion, would be better off with that same text on just a white background. There are too many things going on there. There's like an old wood old west frame? There's yellow text and red text and there's a bizarre reflection/shadow of the oak tree...

Pierre Boisson

Meursault Chardonnay 2015

Pierre Boisson’s 2015 Meursault displays a seductive bouquet, which shows the ripeness of the vintage, yet perfectly balanced with the house style, as crushed oyster shell meets ripe tropical fruits, with notes of ginger, sage and white smoke.  It cascades across the palate contrasting textural richness with saline-minerals and biting acidity as a note of ripe yellow apple fills the senses.  The finish is long, gaining a savory edge, as hints of tropical fruit and exotic florals resonate throughout. — 4 years ago

Bob, Tom and 23 others liked this