Tasting Notes for waas

(10 notes on 10 wines)

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Red
1/4/2014 - waas Likes this wine:
88 points
Fruit forward, well made. Earthy with dark fruit on the nose. Smooth and very drinkable now. Haven't had a great wine from this region of this one is nice.
White
12/16/2012 - waas Likes this wine:
Disclaimer, I haven't had many great chards. I have had some good white burgundy. This is in the top tier of any I have ever tasted. Certainly could be swayed by the price, but amazing wine at this price, or this price times 3. Creamy texture, just the right amount of oak, used with fruit. Interesting finish with some length.
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Red
5/18/2012 - waas wrote:
89 points
Fantastically fun Dry Creek Valley Zin. Really liked this one, nice oak, great fruit, well integrated tannins, and medium finish. Paired well with Pulled BBQ Chicken. Sad I only bought one bottle at the winery
Red
1/28/2012 - waas wrote:
90 points
Agree with Garfield's review, got many of the same flavors before I looked at his review. Tons of fruit, thick and lush, but still retains some earthiness and interest. Great value under $20
Red
7/8/2011 - waas wrote:
90 points
Enjoyed immensely. Beautiful bright red with slight translucency. Amazingly balanced nose, cherry fruit, and bright, with a hint of oak. Bright on the initial sip, then silky smooth tannins finish to a beautiful, slightly sweet cherry(ish) finish. One review mentioned a honey like component, and I believe that is a good way to describe a unique part of the finish. Couldn't wait to get home to finish off the bottle tonight. Wish I had more.
White
6/28/2011 - waas wrote:
87 points
Very refreshing, go to dry Riesling when under $17. Well balanced and great example of the varietal.
Red
6/28/2011 - waas wrote:
85 points
Drank over 2 days, first day through Venturi, second day as good as the first. Overall good wine. Nose definite Granache, earthy with hint of dark berries. Color, deep reddish purple. Very smooth without overly pronounced tannins. Medium long finish, with a hint of fruit, and well balanced. Not a great deal of complexity, and that is what keeps is from being excellent to outstanding. Overall, I can't see anyone who likes red wine not liking this wine. Great QPR under $12.
Red
6/23/2011 - waas wrote:
84 points
Good cab, oaky straight out of the bottle, opened up a bit as consumed over about 5 hours. Typical of this price range and region. Nothing amazing, but still good.
Red
4/14/2011 - waas wrote:
Needs time to decant and open up. Once given time great wine, especially for the price. slight oak and the fruit really comes through as it gets some air
White
4/13/2011 - waas wrote:
Bright golden color, slightly darker than most Rieslings I have encountered, slight hint of petrol character on the nose, followed by muted other fruits I can't adequately describe with my untrained pallet along with a bit of grapefruit . Definitely a bit tart on the start, quickly goes to a nice sweet taste quick finish. Nice thick (for a white wine) mouth feel. First Riesling over 4 years old I have tried. I will seek out more based on this example, and have a few more in the cellar I look forward to opening.
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