The playful label of this wine showcases the 100% Malbec, 100% Organic and naturally farmed wine. This everyday drinker has a deep red color with violet hues and typical Malbec aromas of fresh fruit and hints of plums and cherries. This is fair trade certified and suitable for vegans. Pair with beef, lamb or poultry (or pizza)
A perfect balance of fruit, depth and fresh acidity. The favors of juicy bright peach compliment the slightly spicy finish. A versatile wine that is perfect both for an afternoon cocktail hour as well as a great wine for a dinner party. Word credit: Skurnik Wines
This historical bottle is thought to have been produced around 1978 or 1979 although no vintage is marked on the bottle. From the back label "This delightful wine goes well with roasts of not too pronounced a flavour and is therefore most suitable for poultry, quail lamb and veal. Of a garnet red colour with intense but very delicate bouquet,...
“... has a taut, focused nose with subtle hazelnut aromas that lend it a Meursault-like personality. The palate is crisp and saline on the entry with touches of orange peel and white peach and moderate depth, just tapering a little in terms of intensity toward the finish. Yet overall, this is a fine Maranges Blanc that actually improves in the...
"A classic DuMOL coastal Russian River wine, it maintains an impeccable balance between fruit-filled Californian style and a vibrant, focused European approach - an interplay of richness and freshness, texture and acidity. From one of the greatest vintages in modern Californian history, the wine possesses inherent concentration, depth and definition - focused, driven, mineral-laden and pithy with a level of...
"Bittersweet, smoky herbal and nutty notes, along with an ore-like sense of deep mineral earthiness, serve as ideal foils for generously juicy ripe white peach and bright Meyer lemon. The feel is full and firm, and the finish is superbly multileveled, but with a strong emphasis on darkly earthy and minerally low-tones whose resonance sets the tongue and tonsils quivering....
Produced in Sonoma’s Russian River Valley, this Viognier received added depth and richness from the intense heat waves that struck the region in September 2008. These conditions increased the wine’s acid level, which perfectly complements its rich, ripe flavors. Aromas of wildflowers and acacia greet the nose, while the palate is treated to a taste of succulent apricot and honeydew.
A wonderful kaleidoscope of yellow fruit, crushed stone, honeysuckle, ant nectarine. The palate is extremely well-balanced with complex flavors of quince and white peach, backed by a strong foundation of pristine minerality. This wine is poised and spellbinding Credit - Skurnik Wines
Notes of green apple, lime, oyster shell and iodine introduce Piuze's 2018 Chablis 1er Cru Butteaux, a medium to full-bodied, ample and attractively layered wine that's concentrated, cool and controlled, with tangy acids and a saline finish. This cuvée derives from a parcel of 75-year-old vines in clay-rich soils that have weathered the warm vintage conditions very well. Credit -...
95 Points! "Readers looking to get a taste of the impeccable quality and style from Schrader at a more affordable price point would do well to check out the 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon Double Diamond. Coming all from Oakville, it has a classic Cabernet nose of black and blue fruits, green tobacco, cedar pencil, damp earth, and chocolate. It's not over...
95 Points! The 2017 Napanook is forward, lush and quite giving - in other words, very much in keeping with the style of the year. Silky and radiant, with plenty of bright, red-toned fruit, the 2017 Napanook is one of the very finest Napa Valley Cabernets readers will find in this price range. This is such a gorgeous and inviting...
A uniquely made wine from Merlot and Cabernet Franc, cold fermented in 100% new French barrels and aged for a year prior to bottling. “One of the best Rosé I have ever tasted.” Robert M. Parker.
This achieves another step up the quality ladder for Leeuwin Estate, seemingly impossible. There's been no change in the vinification, nor in the vineyard. The change is an increase in the intensity of the flavors, and hence their length and aftertaste. It's an extraordinary wine, among the greatest of Burgundy (and elsewhere in the world). Whatever you expect from its...
94 Points! Evening Land produce some incredible wines from Oregon and this beautiful Pinot Noir keeps up the family name! Silky and delicately complex, featuring floral raspberry and blueberry aromas, layered with sassafras and stony mineral flavors that dance on a polished finish. Drink now through 2028. 641 cases made. Wine Spectator.