Chateau Batailley

$ 94.53 $ 69
750 ml

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Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as advertised in this easy, fresh, uncomplicated Sangiovese. It`s light bodied with lots of fruit and a well-balanced acid/tannin balance. This wine is labeled as Cabernet Sauvignon, but be realistic about your expectations. It`s red fruit-driven, with plenty of tannins to propel over the blackberry and cherry pie flavors. dry and silky in the mouth, with good acidity. The Albana varietal is usually the basis for wines from Provence, but this is a salad of different varieties. As a result, there`s a cooking spice component to this wine, and it conveys hard flavors that have a bitter edge. If you like wild raspberries, you`ll like this wine. Heavy oak aromas dominate this famed Italian sparkler.
Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as promised, with a creamy texture and bright, leesy fruit. It tastes of raspberries and cherries, and is very dry. The flavors feature a touch of new oak, but nothing more. A bit tough and gritty, but okay for everyday consumption. The flavors of dark mulberry and raspberry have a sprinkle of baking spice, from they sit slightly over the palate, and ride against black licorice and sweet mocha on the finish. Light pink/gold in color, this reserve-tier wine is soft, full-bodied and elegant. The fruit flavors range from pomegranate and cranberry to gorgeously ripe fig and boysenberry, yet are grounded in spice and minerality. A blend of 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Merlot and 20% Sangiovese, this offers aromas of high-toned red fruit, earth and violets.
Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as promised, with bright acidity, a firm, dry texture and a warmingly fruity finish. The fruit is forward and clean, and the wine shows good concentration and a fine natural edge. It should belegantly flavored with new French oak, but with the tannins speak to that book. A pretty good Pinot Noir, dry and elegantly constructed, with crisp acidity and a backbone of tannins. The flavors are rich and juicy, but the wine is so nice, you can drink it now. You can even give it a few years for the tannins to soften a bit, but it should be fine now. The coolest of the Thornton line of the vintage, the wine revels in its youth, beginning with tart tones of wild berry and red cherry, and culminating with waves of silky tannins and a long, softly lush finish.

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