Mainetes Crianza

$ 6.95 $ 5
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750 ml

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Wine experts say this Red wine is par for the win for its blend. It`s soft, appealing and accessible, with plenty of weight and full red berry fruit. There`s a touch of toastiness and balanced acidity. The blend is a French blend (10% Mourvèdre). It tastes like the vintage, so drink it now. There`s an attractive lemon-flavored character here that makes this wine so fresh and clean. But it is tangy, ripe with red-currant fruit, and finishes with elegance. The wine will be ready to drink from late 2016. A good, dry Chardonnay, but at this price, it`s not what you`d call the best. It shows plenty of rich, leesy notes of pineapples, oranges, buttered toast and vanilla, with a little smoky oak. An interesting wine by virtue of its oddball variety and the way it feels in the mouth.
Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as advertised in terms of ripe, tropical flavors of mango, papaya, mango-rain brownie, vanilla and orange. But the blend is too oily and on the plus side, it seems to have overdone and flavors that veer into glycerine and sugar. This 50-50 blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot offers consistent quality, with blackberry and black currant fruit power. The flavors both have good feel and follow-through, with some toast and spice notes adding complexity to the finish. Packaged in a temperature-controlling double layered glass bottle, this Prosecco can easily be carried to picnics or outdoor garden lunches. It offers fresh aromas of white flower, dried grass and stone fruit. This dry, full-bodied Shiraz offers plenty of tasty briary flavors.
Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as advertised in terms of ripe, full-bodied fruit and the packaging for a fine sparkling wine. However, there are some serious, woody, overripe fruit and heavy oak aromas on the nose. The palate does have a plump feel and heavy wood, but the flavors are all over the place, suggesting prune, plum and raisin. Not a bad wine, but not a good wine. Melon, wood spice and vanilla aromas give this Riesling a brownish-orange-tinged head. On the palate, it`s oily but not bad, with piercing acidity. It has a prickly mouthfeel but overall the flavors are ripe and good. This is a pretty good wine, showing the basics, but it lacks complexity overall. It`s not a big blockbuster, but it does show a dry, tannic core with plenty of black cherry and blackberry flavors.
Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as promised, with aromas of grapefruit skin, butterscotch, spice and pressed flowers. It`s dry, but there`s a brightness to it`s intensity, and the mouthfeel is semisecco, or very soft. Pretty much what you want in a Albariño, except that it delivers the variety`s forsano, melony style. This is a woody white wine, with a fleshy, full-figured feel to it. Cherry, black olive and spice flavors are nonlinear, and it trades some density on the finish. From its highly sought-after botrytis treatments, this has been a success, and its intensely botrytised character is gentle and supple. Clove and baking spice accent the red fruit, while the mouthfeel remains impressively fresh. Drink now.

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