Tasting Notes for TedStriker

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White
10/15/2021 - TedStriker wrote:
A fresh, lively white with an understated fruitiness which would pair well with oysters or by itself on a hot summer day.
Red
10/11/2021 - TedStriker wrote:
Wild, herbaceous notes on the Nose with juicy red berry flavors. Unlike most cabs, it has almost no tannins, making it highly gulpable. A fine example of the potential of this grape varietal when grown outside of Bordeaux.
White
2017 Château Ducasse Blanc Bordeaux Sémillon-Sauvignon Blanc Blend (view label images)
A whiff of bright tropical fruit and pears is followed by focused notes of lime, grass, and wet stone in the mouth. The wine is refreshing and crisp, supported by a sturdy spine of acidity. Another glass, please!
Red
Beautiful, rich purplish color. Aromas consist of blueberries, blackberries, plums, licorice and violets. Medium in body, there is a clean, juicy mouth of fruit and berries. Savory finish of good length. A delicious wine!
Red
Deep ruby red color. Black fruits and raisins on the nose. Wild fruit, spices, and licorice flavors with light tannins and a nice finish.
Red
A bouquet of fruity and floral aromas. Medium body with red berries on the palate. Well balanced with a long, dry finish.
Red
1/20/2018 - TedStriker wrote:
Layered, medium weight red with flavors of cherry and plum.
Red
1/15/2018 - TedStriker wrote:
A smooth red with a delicate finish, this Bardolino is lacking in complexity.
Red
Plum-colored wine with exceptional depth of flavor and good balance of dark fruits and earth.
Red
1/2/2018 - TedStriker wrote:
Slightly darker than a rosé, its pale reddish color reminds me of the hues produced by a Grignolino previously tasted from the Northern Italy region. Apparently the grape by itself is relatively rare so it was of interest to taste the flavor and aromas of this unique grape. Floral on the nose, and semi-sweet strawberries on the palate, this wine is another easy drinker. Refreshing and light, a good summer red.
Red
Light, bright, juicy and fruity, this is a highly quaffable, gulpable red. One of my favorite wines from the Beaujolais in terms of taste a value.
Red
12/27/2017 - TedStriker wrote:
Gorgeous ruby color. Clean minerality on the nose. An easy drinker with a short, dry finish. Lithe.
Red
12/21/2017 - TedStriker wrote:
Dry, earthy and tart with hints of plum, apples and tea leaves. Metallic taste straight out of the bottle so probably a good idea to decant first.
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Red
An easy weekday drinker—with a pasta dish or all by itself. Medium-bodied, ruby-colored Barbera that provides a balance of red fruits, such as cranberry and cherry, and earthiness. Low in tannins, decanting will not be necessary. I would highly recommend this one for its superb taste and excellent value.
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Red
12/11/2017 - TedStriker wrote:
Dry, chewy and tannic blend. Non-complex flavor with raisin notes.
Red
Licorice on the nose. Sour cherries, vinegary, modest tannins. Not a complex structure but my opinion was far more favorable after the wine breathed for a bit.
Red
Lighter in body than its color suggests. Blueberries and jamminess. I continue to come back to this wine.
Red
Fun and easy to drink. Like its namesake, a simple nose of raisins, as well as earth and dried flowers followed by an unexpected burst of light fruitiness. Most prominent among those flavors are apple skins and cranberries.
Red
Light fruitiness on the nose. Dry, earthy wine with medium tannins and hints of tea leaves and oak. Pairs well with a nice cheddar and green grapes. Great value for under $15.
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Red
6/28/2016 - TedStriker wrote:
Acceptable but unexciting. On the nose, light strawberries and earthiness. On the palate, tart, tangy and chalky with a relatively long finish. This CDR should be decanted and would pair well with beef, however, I would recommend shelling out an additional ten bucks on a more memorable bottle.
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