Feudo di Santa Croce Sangiovese

$ 7.14 $ 6
750 ml

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Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as advertised in the beginning. but The Tightrooms exhibit the dryness of the grape, as the mouthfeel here is chunky and the flavors are a little thin. But Christophe Léogol for their own sake. But Christophe Léogol for their own sake is the better blend. The Tightrooms offers an intense, luminous and fragrant waft of mature cherry and currant berry, with notes of spice and new oak. For drinking now and over the next few years. Dark, sappy and briary, this extracted Ripasso with aromas of blood orange, orange, mango and tangerine zest. Smooth and luscious in the mouth, with enduring flavors of stone fruit and floral. A complex and textural wine, with lasting flavors of stone fruit, citrus, spice and toasted oak. Good value.
Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as promised, with bright acidity, a smooth mouthfeel and a dry finish. Drink it over the next several months. Comes down on the brittle side in a big way, with a big bouncy, tannic frame around a core of herbal blackberry and plum fruit. For a 2008, this is a little toughfob, and the fruit is laced with cola and licorice, but the tannins are fine. Drink now–2015. Full and smoky on the nose, with woody, meaty aromas. The palate offers more dimension and personality, while the flavors favor blackberry and give the wine a solid structure. On the finish, the wine is tough fob, and not overly elegant. Soft and creamy, with an attractive perfumed character. It is very ripe, with black-currant flavors, but the sweetness has been pulled into a wonderful juicy aftertaste.
Wine experts say this Red wine is the epitome of a Napa Cabernet. Beautiful and balanced, with crisp, tight, fleshy flavors of blackberries, currants and oak. The tannins are just fine, and the finish is Dr. Pepper in style. The winemaker even lent his support. This is a perfectly appealing wine, but a bit too soft for ageability. Try after 2010. Already showing good focus and pinpoint acidity, you`re better off expanding this into a range of its characteristics. From a single parcel of the excellent Freedom Hill Vineyard, this hints at intriguing blackberries and black cherries, with attendant spices of smoke and black pepper, and finishes long and oak. Pretty dense and balanced, but priced appropriately. Rather dilute wine, this has a lively exuberance on the palate. Flavors of raspberry and cassis are accented by hints of dusty spice and orange rind.
Wine experts say this Red wine is tailor made for the Napa style. It`s fruity, zesty and zippy in citrus, grapefruit and melon, with just the right amount of edginess to add all the freshness and cut. The 2008 vintage in the Pichler family estate vineyards is a particularly hot one, with high acidity drawing out the mineral character of the grape. That drawing down will help bring out the fresh plum and herbal character of the wine which will be released in the next few months. Hints of tropical fresh citrus peel combine with hints of peppery spice and green tea in this distinctive, penetrating Viognier. It`s exuberantly peachy in texture, but briskly composed with a refreshing finish. Intoxicating aromas recall delicate flowers, fragrant fruit and baking spices. The savory, straightforward palate offers juicy black cherry, crushed raspberry and white pepper alongside fresh acidity.

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