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2011 Gorman Winery Zachary's Ladder

Columbia Valley Red Blend more

10/22/2013 - MikenSue wrote: 92 points

Still very young, beautiful color with the purple syrah showing through. This should be fantastic with tiime in the bottle.The wine looks Purple colored. The legs are Slow. It smells like Plum, Cherry, Prune, Mushroom, Stoniness, Cedar, Lead Pencil, Clove, Black Pepper, and Stoniness. It tastes like Stoniness, Mushroom, Lead Pencil, Sandalwood, Cedar, Stoniness, Black Pepper, Prune, Cherry, Plum, Black currant (cassis), Blackberry, and Oak. The body is Medium/Full. The wine has Smooth texture. The wine finishes Medium.

  • Comment posted by fitchbuck:

    9/25/2014 6:23:00 AM - Believe you were stonied when writing this.

Red

1997 Andrew Will Sorella

Washington Red Bordeaux Blend more

9/28/2013 - Magnolian Likes this wine: 92 points

Never had a bad Sorella. At 16 years old, this was the oldest example I've ever tried. Forest, mushrooms, graphite all make an appearance, along with the final remnants of sweet cab fruit. Not as complex as the 1996, but everything is so well integrated and smooth, I didn't really care. Another winner for this benchmark Washington blend.

  • Comment posted by fitchbuck:

    11/26/2013 9:56:00 PM - You said this 97 was the oldest you'd tasted - then you compared it to the 96.

Red

2006 Cayuse Camaspelo

Walla Walla Valley Red Bordeaux Blend more

11/3/2012 - slaughterer wrote: 93 points

Pomegranate, celery root, orange clay, seaweed, applewood, smoke and shit in the nose. Dark cherry, pomegranate, pineapple rind, a little bell pepper on a long palate. Lots of glycerine streaking the stemware. Combines stylistic aspects of St. Julian (think old-school Lagrange and Gruaud Larouse), as well as modern Right-Bank garage wines like Chateau Gracia. Fulfills the hype.

  • Comment posted by fitchbuck:

    6/20/2013 5:53:00 PM - Condolences - for your shit in the nose.

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