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Tasting Notes for Shigginsok

(7 notes on 7 wines)

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White
3/21/2021 - Shigginsok wrote:
93 points
Similar cork problems reported by others. Setting that aside, this is a delightfully crisp, steely Chard showing green apple and fresh citrus. No detectable butter, vanilla etc.
Red
5/7/2017 - Shigginsok wrote:
100 points
Exquisite. Best CDP we've ever tasted. Recommend decanting for a few hours, but it is ready now.
Red
7/31/2016 - Shigginsok wrote:
79 points
Chosen to accompany summer dinner of smoked pork chops, grilled corn and new potatoes. What a disappointment. Thin, watery style, lacking character or distinction. Simple, vaguely unpleasant taste. Barnyard nose. Perhaps this is the Old World style that others here seem to appreciate more than I. Regardless, gave up and moved on quickly to a ripe, juicy CDP.
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White
1/31/2016 - Shigginsok wrote:
95 points
Some funk on the nose; honey, vanilla, hazelnut; truly outstanding chard.

Red
5/9/2015 - Shigginsok wrote:
95 points
Decanted for 30 minutes. Sour cherries, dark fruits, cedar. Compares favorably to better known Napa cabs at same price point. Absolute pleasure.
Red
2012 Ridge Three Valleys Sonoma County Zinfandel Blend, Zinfandel (view label images)
4/11/2015 - Shigginsok wrote:
90 points
The very definition of elegant new world style. Fruit forward but not cloying; balanced. Paul Draper is a masterful winemaker. Pure pleasure at a great price point.
Red
8/16/2014 - Shigginsok wrote:
95 points
Delicate perfumed nose. Red fruit, violet, tart but balanced. Excellent QPR from ace Ehren Jordan of Turley fame. Restores one's faith in affordable Pinot.
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