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Tasting Notes for GHL

(8 notes on 8 wines)

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White - Sweet/Dessert
2001 Château Rieussec Sauternes Sémillon-Sauvignon Blanc Blend (view label images)
3/2/2015 - GHL Does not like this wine:
92 points
Too syrupy
2009 Shafer Relentless Napa Valley Syrah Blend, Syrah (view label images)
9/28/2013 - GHL Likes this wine:
Initially strong bouquet and heavy fruit, but an hour after opening bouquet and fruit was gone. Possibly there is more underneath all the tannins but finished the bottle before I could find out.
White - Sweet/Dessert
6/27/2013 - GHL wrote:
95 points
Heavy syrup-like texture. Orange marmalade on palate.
4/21/2013 - GHL wrote:
94 points
It tastes like Black Pepper, Mineral, Cherry, and Red Currant.
White - Sweet/Dessert
4/21/2013 - GHL Likes this wine:
95 points
The wine looks Yellow gold colored. It smells like and Peach. It tastes like Peach, Lemon, and Orange. The body is Light/Medium. The wine has Bright texture. The wine finishes Medium. Easily hold it's own against a d'Yquem but at 1/10th the price
White - Sweet/Dessert
2004 Arger-Martucci Late Harvest Dulcinea California Sémillon-Sauvignon Blanc Blend (view label images)
4/18/2013 - GHL wrote:
Winery Note: The 2004 Dulcinea is comprised of 70 % Semillon harvested at 42 brix and 30% Sauvignon Blanc harvested at 38 brix. The residual sugar was 11.7% by weight. Each grape variety was heavily botrytis and individual bunches were hand selected. The entire clusters were placed in the press and gently squeezed for 3 hours. The wine was then aged in neutral, small French Nevers oak for 19 months. This wine is an incredibly rich, sauternes-style dessert wine. The bouquet gives immediate apricots and peaches that follow through on the palate. The texture is rich, but not cloying on the palate. The complexity of flavors is quite remarkable—peaches, a touch of tropical, and a hint of nutmeg. Only six barrels were produced. 254 cases produced
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