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Medium- to full-bodied with blackberry, plum and toasted spice flavors.
On the nose, this vintage of Foggy Oaks Russian River Valley Chardonnay offers lush, luxurious aromas of melon and honeysuckle. On the palate, the wine is rich and textured with excellent acidity to balance out the apricot, pineapple and vanilla notes. A wonderful flintiness holds the wine together with bright citrus characters and buttery richness. Balanced from start to finish this beautiful wine has wonderful structure and balance. Made in a style to emphasize the fruit, rather than the French oak it aged in.
A rich, complex wine of the kind we need more of. Packed with ripe pear, peach, mango and pineapple flavors that are well-oaked, and delicately balanced with acidity
Deep golden amber color. Roasted nut and toffee aromas. A soft delicate entry leads to a round, dryish medium-bodied palate with sweet buttery caramel, delicate spices, dusty minerals, and white pepper flavors. Finishes with some lean mineral and petrol notes with a touch of caramel and dried heather.
A Bordeaux blend consisting of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Carmenere. Quintessa 2008 opens with fragrant plum and raspberry aromas with notes of cola, clove and white chocolate rounding out a delicate perfume. The wine enters the palate with sweet red currant and plum fruit flavors and a silky mouthfeel. As it coats the mouth, concentrated dark fruit flavors emerge with succulent balanced tannins, a subtle impression of well-integrated oak and sweetness from the rich, ripe fruit. This vintage will gain complexity in the bottle and age gracefully for a decade and more. —Winemaker Charles Thomas
Aromatics are full with ripe blackberry and briar, enhanced by expressions of licorice and coffee bean. Lively flavors of currant and blackberries abound with barrel enhanced cassis and toasty charred oak. Wisps of vanilla from oak aging and a firm tannin structure combine for an elegant and refined finish.
The 2010 is pure and ripe with notes of buttered popcorn, white currants, and a hint of peach jam, it is surprisingly intense for a Chardonnay at this price point, medium-bodied and well-made. 87 Points Robert Parker
Total Sulfites - none detected - Vinquiry Lab Report A delightful medium bodied wine, fresh and earthy with soft tannins - yet ripe with flavor. The ruby red gem tones frame the ripe fruit flavors of cherries and plums with a hint of anise and black pepper through the finish.
This 2005 Hawkes Bay Reserve is 85% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Sauvignon. Aromas and notes of mulberries and mulberry leaves and black olives. Coconut cream on the palate with firm, racy tannins. Overall good and well balanced. Cool climate but good ripe Merlot. -90 points and Highly Commended at the 2008 Sydney International Wine Competition. At its peak now.
A delicious blend of Zinfandel, Syrah and Merlot. Apothic Red reveals intense fruit aromas and flavors of blackberry and dark cherry layered with hints of mocha, chocolate and brown spice. The plush, velvety mouthfeel and smooth finish round out this intriguing, full-bodied red blend.
This Pinot Noir , by winemaker Alessandro Botter, has dark berry and black cherry fruit flavors with a incredibly smooth texture. A fruit driven, vibrant wine with a silky smooth finish.
Dolcetto is one of the two more common grapes from Italy's Piedmont region, after Barbera. Its name refers to the sweetness of the grape; but, while the wine is light bodied and fruit-forward, with pronounced cherry, blackberry and plum notes, it is not sweet. This Villa Caccione features moderate but notable acidity and soft tannins which makes it quite approachable as an everyday wine and pairs well with many foods.
Rowan's Creek is stored in charred oak barrels. It is hand bottled at 50.05% alc./vol. (100.1 proof). This Bourbon takes its namesake from the creek that still runs through our distillery. Back in the late 1700's when John Rowan first settled around Bardstown , whiskey makin was the order of the day. John went on and made a name for himself as a well respected judge and statesmen. The judge is long since gone, but the creek that still bears his name is still carrying the best limestone spring water there ever was for making good Bourbon, so you know the whiskey makin is still going on. Try a sip of it, straight up in a snifter, or add a dab of branch water if you like. Either way, it's the very best there is.
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