Mucho Mas

$ 7 $ 5
750 ml

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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. It`s dry, brisk in acidity and ultrarefined, offering fresh and savory fare, like salmon with its light seafood dishes and refreshing lemon juice. The mouthfeel is light and breezy and the finish is long and clean. Good for near-term enjoyment. Here`s a lovely sparkling wine that offers complete and balanced lemon, lime, peach and dry herb aromas. The mouthfeel is creamy and the finish is clean. Pair with grilled fish or salad. Greg Brewer`s Boonley family bottling is a little-known region in the county, and its `04 is a good example. It`s medium to full in body, with crisp raspberry fruit accented by a touch of green apple. But there`s no rough edges here, and the wine finishes fresh and clean. A fresh, crisp, very classic Pinot Noir from the Central Coast.
Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as advertised at affordable prices. It`s dry, crisp in acidity and has subtle oak and tannins that make it a great deal. The blend is 86% Syrah and 14% Viognier with the balance a tad light. This is a dry wine, made to be drunk young, at a low price. It has a tight tannic structure, very dry, with standout flavors in blackberries and black currants. An earthy, rustic, earthy, raspberry-fruit-dominated wine. It is weighty, with considerable tannic bite, but overall this is a very good white that should find a nice pairing with a hearty tomato, meat dish or stewed beef. Good for Burgess, but a bit thin in citrusy acidity, which suggests that it may be consumed as a cocktail wine. It`s likeable for its freshly cut apple, wildflowers and small berry pairing suggestion.
Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as promised, with bright acidity, slightly herbal fruit and a touch of wood in the blend of Grenache Blanc, Roussanne and Viognier. There is also an herbal edge, suggesting grilled meats or braised ragu peppers, with a smoky edge. The acidity is high, soft and juicy. A blend of Roussanne, Marsanne and Viognier, this is a dry wine with attractive acidity. The flavors are fresh, fruity and with a strongly mineral texture. The final taste brings out red berry and red apple skins. At the age of four-plus years, this Cab still tastes young and racy and dry, as though it were bottled yesterday. The cedar and chocolate notes are nicely integrated, but there`s a hardness to the finish, as well as some tannins that suggest aging. At six years of age, it`s soft and mellow.

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