Tasting Notes for mattemmo

(16 notes on 15 wines)

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Red
Great stuff. There's the resin of a Greek red but done in Italy with restraint.
Red
9/5/2010 - mattemmo wrote:
There's a great note on the label something like, "This wine could be produced only in Italy", and that sums it up. One one hand, it's just a zin. But what a zin!
White
This is a favorite, a fantastic introduction to the Jura.
Rosé
9/5/2010 - mattemmo wrote:
Perhaps our favorite of the summer. Ethereally light, delicate, so delicious chilled and the aroma - absolutely transporting nose. Not your regular rose, this is definitely rose from Provence.
White
Awesome summertime backyard picnic table wine. Everybody loves this and all for different reasons.
Red
Delicious! The perfect little red to have a small juice glass of on Tuesday night with good "school night" fare.
Red
Terroir, dirt, rock, the barnyard, stinky, mushroom, fungi.... Nothing in there is meant to be negative. Pair this with garlicky, gingery, whatever -ery food. Makes you want to spit and, again, not in a bad way. You're half farmer while you're drinking this.
Red
2007 Script and Seal Columbia Valley Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
WA, WA, WA!
Red
Fine, good even. The problem is that pinot noir lacks much to say.
Red
This balances, and rebalances and does it again, between fruit and alcohol right on your tongue. An amazing wine.
White
Between the batonnage and the oak, this is like drinking scotch. I like it; Chardonnay is otherwise so predictable.
White
Lots of bubbles visually, fewer on the tongue. Starts with oranges and finishes with seawater, both faintly. Even more subtle the second day. A unique vinho verde.
White
2/5/2010 - mattemmo wrote:
Buttery with a rich, dry finish. Lovely with Christmas ham.
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