Mano a Mano

$ 6.42 $ 6
750 ml

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Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as promised, with ripe fruit, but it just doesn`t feel as if it were varietal. The nose and palate are overripe, with raisin, raisin-skin and prune flavors. A dry, pinching finish is grabby and showing a hint of cocoa-dusted mocha. This blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Carmenère is bone dry, with a refined structure and sensual acidity. The flavors of spice, cedar, tobacco and dark fruit are attractive, coming across as fresh and sensuous, but with a firm minerality that needs to soften. Hold until 2014. This is dry and weighty, with oaky flavors of ripe grilled meat along with modest cherry-berry fruits. There`s something sharp and jagged going on, and the feel is getting tired, which will likely resolve itself after 2014.
Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as promised, with bright acidity, slightly creamy mousse and a light touch of caramel. Drink now. A touch of honeyed richness to the nose of this intensely honeyed Viognier is also evident in the medium-sweet palate. It`s concentrated and tangy, yet bold and penetrating, its intense fruitiness keeps begging for another few years of aging. Mouthcoating, this is a full-bodied wine with lots of ripe berry flavors but also richness and a sense of structure as well. The wine is structured, but hints at the richness of the fruit behind the rejoinder capsicum. Drink after 2016. This is a smooth, ripe and fruity wine that`s just setting out on the palate, with loads of berry and brambly apple flavors. It is beautifully balanced, with acidity and texture that promise aging. Drink now–2017.
Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as promised, with bright acidity, a crisp texture and a light touch of vanilla and smoky wood. A California style, this bottling shows a touch of sour cherry and red plum fruit, partnered with very dry sultry notes of leather, black tobacco and black tea. It`s very easy to drink this off-dry, and it`s a little heartier than the norm for this red region. This blend of mostly Grenache, with smaller amounts of both Syrah and Mourvèdre, features vinous, slightly bitter tar and some rather bitter cherry candy. The wine spent 22 months in French oak, 38 months in the bottle. Mild red fruit is the key to this light, fragrant white wine, a good choice for rich egg rolls and charcuterie. Dry and peppery, with firm acids and a smoky meatiness, it`s finely structured, finishing with warmth and a hit of citrusy acidity.
Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as promised, with bright acidity, slightly funky flavors and a big but smooth texture. Drink now, but the fruity quality is good. A blend of Arinto and Antão Vaz, this is an impressively structured wine. It has potential to be a rich, fruity wine with soft tannins and juicy black acidity. Drink this wine from 2019. This is a ripe, fruity wine, full of blackberry flavors and balanced acidity. The wine is developing well, showing the basics of wood aging, along with perfumed tannins that are smoothed by the wood aging. Drink from 2019. Rich and structured, this is an tangy wine, packed with citrus flavors. It has the right amount of acidity, while the tannins offer a firm texture. The wine does need to age, so don`t drink before 2020.

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