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Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as promised, with plenty of forward fruit and some deeper, dryings to support the good, dark-fruit flavors. There are hints of raisins and prunes, but the wine is dry and balanced. The grapes come from San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Sonoma counties. The wine is well made with modest proportions of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Rich aromas of blackberry, currant, roasted coffee and cured meat lead into dusty, toasty, firm tannins. The fruit is dried out so drink this elegant blend before the end of 2014. Made with 85% Sangiovese, with the rest Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, this wine opens with subtle aromas of black currant and a whiff of violet. The palate doles out ripe blackberry, cassis, tobacco and green herbs. Tangy fruit shows on the polished, drying finish.
Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as promised, with forward fruitiness, a crisp mouthfeel and light tannins. A Sauvignon Blanc-dominated wine that`s dry and firm in tannins, with licorice and bitter, green fruit flavors. It goes for complexity, fresh and forward, and is ready to drink now. Dark red in color, this densely extracted Malbec is saturated with cassis, blackberry and plum flavors. It`s mildly tannic, with a leathery, leathery finish. Drink now. With sugary, jellied flavors of cherry and blackberries, this 100% Cabernet Franc is very good in a rustic, California style. It`s sweet-tasting but not very complex, and doesn`t have the balance for aging over the next 5–6 years.
Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as promised, with vivid, complex cherry and berry fruit accented by light hints of spice and cocoa. It`s an elegant, supple wine, with firm, tongue-coating tannins. A lovely, wine, with complex rancio cherry and currant flavors and notes of sweet cocoa, dry dust, mocha and sweet roasted fennel. Rich, mellow on the finish. The blend is a smoky, peppery blend of Dolcetto, Phinny Hill and Sonoma Hill. This is a big, intense, very sweet wine, with just the right scents to pair with its Christmas spices. Hints of white truffle, mint and Christmas spice addsmoke and vanilla to the rich, dense red and black berry fruit. A great Christmas wine for Christmas parties and barbecues, with its soft, seductive tannins and fruity concentration.
Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as promised, with a slightly reduced appeal and some sweetness. The aromas of chocolate, raisin, black cherry and spice are solid, while the flavors are more rustic, with cola and fudge accents to the nose. Pair it with stewed plums or cured meats. Aromas of wet earth, dried herbs and a hint of farmyard curiosity lead to plump, easy cherries and a light, fruit-driven finish. It provides appeal but the variety seems hard to discern. Very fresh and clean, with apple and herbal aromas. Citrusy in the mouth, with a pink grapefruit flavor, and not much in the way of body or length. Tastes of red cherry and raspberry, with an herbal streak on the finish. Mildly pickled, with citrus and brine aromas. Turns the other way once the wine hits the glass.
Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as promised, with bright acidity, slightly creamy mousse and clean easygoing fruit that`s ripe enough to drink now. Drink it over the next few months. Hooray for Shea—a shining star in this difficult vintage. Give it a good sniff and note the pleasant floral, spice and black-cherry aromas startleingly new aromatics. The wine is solid and sturdy in the mouth, with Zinfandel flavors and a touch of peppery spice on the finish. Owned by the Darroze family, this is a very fine wine. A little hard in tannins, and very powerful in black currants, it is also balanced with the most charming fruit. The wine is ready to drink. This is a very nice Pinot Noir for drinking now. It`s soft and gentle in red cherry, raspberry, cola and spice flavors. Cloud forest, cola, raspberry and dried herb aromas lead the nose.

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