Tasting Notes for tak4

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Red
2017 Bedrock Wine Co. Bedrock Heritage Wine Sonoma Valley Zinfandel Blend, Zinfandel (view label images)
3/17/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
90 points
Popped and decanted for about 45 minutes before tasting.

Wine is a deep dark crimson purple. In-line with expectations for a young Zinfandel.

On nose, notes of licorice, beefiness, and black fruit zin notes (black currant, fruitcake).

On palate, wine is sound. Really nice texture - medium acid, some heat, clean medium length finish. Pepper and jam in initial attack then resolves into mineral (chalk) finish.

Really nice wine! With a couple of years age this will be tremendous. Worth buying.
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White
3/16/2019 - tak4 wrote:
89 points
Popped and poured on a weekend afternoon.

Wine is a pale straw yellow with a golden tinge.

Nose of apricot, saline minerality, and grapefruit. Not terribly concentrated but still pretty aromatic.

On palate, wine is sound, tiny musky quality to it, good strong acid, grapefruit and slate forward, and a long finish. I see what Vinous is calling "licorice" but I'd call it something different, probably in the mineral family.

Nice, but my taste runs more towards the fruit-forward Rieslings. A high quality product nonetheless.
Red
3/15/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
94 points
Popped and decanted. This tasting is 30 minutes after decanted.

Wine is just a luscious crimson color. A little turbid. Looks young.

On nose, wine is sound. Cherries, anise, earth. Just lovely - everything we love in pinot noir. Fairly aromatic.

On palate, wine is sound. Very round mouthfeel and super long finish. Cherries, dust, and perhaps roses prominent on palate. Great balance. Medium acid, medium tannin.

Not convinced that this is built to age but it's moot because there's no chance my other bottle of this will make it out of April. This is really, really good stuff. It's highly concentrated but not overbearing like some California Pinots. It's light on its feet, and in that way, reminds me a lot of the Kistler Chardonnays. This may be my new favorite wine.
White
3/13/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
85 points
TASTING THE COOKING WINE! Because in this house, we taste all the wine.

Unscrewed and poured.

Wine is a light straw color. Definitely not what I would have expected from a mass market Chardonnay.

On nose, get powdered candy, melon, and generalized citrus notes. Not particularly complex but nothing "off" for sure.

On palate, wine is sound. Refreshing acidity, roundness on the mid-palate (malolactic?) and a surprisingly long, soft finish. Don't get much flavor evolution here.

This is far better than a $13 bottle of wine has any right to be. Talk about punching above your weight. My ratings are absolute, not price adjusted, so it's got a low-ish score. But boy do I like this wine! I'd drink this at a ball game all day long.
Red
3/10/2019 - tak4 Does not like this wine:
86 points
Popped and poured as an afternoon sipper.

Nice turbid crimson color. Clear edge.

Pretty aromatic wine though it is funk-forward. Also red cherry candy and anise seed.

On palate, wine is sound, with a little pepper and heat coming out over the cherries. Clean medium length finish. There are some tannins here and I do wonder what this would be like with a little time.

Overall, we're not that into this wine. Pretty much funk and nothingness. Inadequately fruit forward to be fun, and also not complex enough to be worthy of contemplation. Why did these Moulin a Vent wines taste so much better when we were in Beaujolais??
Red
3/9/2019 - tak4 wrote:
87 points
Popped and poured as a Saturday afternoon sipper.

Pretty crimson color, somewhat turbid. Not super bright.

Nose of menthol, bay leaf, cherries, and almost a ferrous quality.

On palate, wine is sound, medium acidity, low tannins, short finish. Fruit is fleeting. Pleasant but not that interesting to me.

I continue to be puzzled by the love that these wines get on certain message boards. Maybe I'm just missing it, but I have to be true to my own tastes. I guess James Laube and I should get together for drinks sometime.
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White
3/8/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
91 points
Opened after a busy week. Chilled and poured.

A little lighter and less golden than other Kistler we have had.

On the nose, a little bit of that classic buttery oak but soothed by plenty of grapefruit, powdered candy, pineapple, slate mineral.

On palate, grapefruit and slate really come out. Beautifully balanced, not heavy at all. Long, long finish.

Another great wine from Kistler. What else can you say? Score is also what we rated it when we tasted at the domaine.
Red
2005 Château Haut-Bergey Pessac-Léognan Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
3/3/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
87 points
Popped and poured into glasses. Just didn’t feel like a fancy decant on what is supposed to be a fairly straightforward wine with some age.

Wine is surprisingly purple and youthful in appearance. Don’t even see any evidence of bricking.

On the nose: mint, anise, bay leaf, olives, cherries, hint of green.

On palate: wine is sound, definitely has some age to it. Medium alcohol, softened tannins, low-medium alcohol, short finish, medium body. Taste is less compelling than smell, as the complexity is subdued. But pretty nice and a good change of pace to have something with some bottle age this weekend.
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Red
3/2/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
89 points
Popped and decanted for an hour. Goal of this tasting is to determine whether we should order more Failla Oregon as the release is two days away and we are already lousy with great Oregon Pinots Noir.

We already have a prior tasting note but are revisiting.

Wine is crimson with a clear edge. Fairly clear all the way through, actually.

Good aromatic quality. Cherry, anise, roses, blackberries, and a tiny hint of bready funk.

On palate - wine is sound. A smokiness comes across a little more on the palate. Medium alcohol, medium body, medium-high acid, non-grippy but present tannins, long acid driven finish. A little heat on it too, despite my perception of it not being an alcohol bomb (I’m wrong, by the way - it’s 14.1%).

Right now I’m liking this but I’m not obsessed by it. I think I’m into wines with a bit more delicacy at this point. Pretty darn good though.
White
3/2/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
91 points
Popped and poured as an afternoon sipper but it’s way better than that.

Pretty gold color. Very bright. Completely clear.

What a nose. Super complex. Nose of turpentine, anise seed, honey, pineapple, and a mineral undertone.

On palate, wine is sound. More mineral forward but the rich honey, pineapple, floral still comes through. Bone dry and a long finish. High acid.

Really great wine. My earlier tasting note should be voided. N loves it.
White
2/24/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
91 points
Popped and poured after chilling in ice bath.

Wine is a fetching golden lemon color. Clear and bright.

Nose with american smarties, grapefruit, minerality (slate?). Tiny hint of something oxidized or otherwise rich in there.

On palate, wine is sound. Medium-high acid, medium-high alcohol, long finish, malolactic on the finish, medium bodied, dry. Palate follows nose with an emphasis on the citrus, a touch of oak, and the malolactic buttery thing. What’s that earthiness? Yeastiness? Clove? Quite nice though and adds a complexity.

I really like this wine. My highest compliment: in a blind tasting I would have mistaken this for a top quality California chardonnay. Don’t @ me.
Red
2/23/2019 - tak4 wrote:
88 points
Popped and poured from the bottle after TWO OTHER BOTTLES of other wines were corked tonight. Maybe I should buy a lottery ticket. Or CRISPR out my TCA sensory gene.

Wine is crimson and fairly clear. Pretty bright. Must have been filtered.

On the nose, more of a jammy cherry, with a hint of pepper and earth.

Wine is sound. Palate follows faithfully, but with more pepper and oak. More oak than most wines we drink.

This is better-than-supermarket wine and I got it for a supermarket price. So I’d say it’s okay. But it’s not magnificent juice.
Red
2/23/2019 - tak4 wrote:
flawed
Moldy earth.
Red
2/23/2019 - tak4 wrote:
flawed
Popped, decanted, and poured. Going to have with roast chicken.

Young crimson in appearance. Medium clarity.

Restrained nose of black cherry and rose. Nicely balanced. Maybe as it warms up from cellar temperature it will become a little more aromatic.

On palate, wine is sound. A little austere - some acidity, clean finish, some fruit, but really not getting that much.

Maybe this will come out with a little time.

EDIT five minutes later - this wine is corked! TCA coming out as it warms up. Dumping.
Red
2004 Bodegas Muga Rioja Reserva Tempranillo Blend, Tempranillo (view label images)
2/22/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
88 points
Popped and poured out of the apartment cooler.

Wine is a deep crimson. Does not look at all like a wine that can now almost drive.

Rich nose that is almost Northern Rhone like. Beefy, olives, pepper, with a spicy undertone.

Palate matches nose. Lots of acidity. Tannins still surprisingly a little rough, but I suspect it just needs to open up a bit. Nice wine, not particularly magical.
Red
2/18/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
90 points
Popped and poured. Initial tasting was done at cellar temperature.

Wine is sort of a turbid crimson color.

Surprisingly fragrant nose of cherries, earth, vanilla, mint, and a touch of funkiness.

On palate, wine is sound. Dry, medium-low tannin (maybe even already receded a bit), medium body, medium alcohol, long finish characterized by clean acidity. With time, it opened up and developed more black fruit flavor.

Good wine, but I prefer a Pinot Noir taste profile that’s a little fresher and more fruit-forward, hence my love for Oregon and California.
White - Sweet/Dessert
2007 Château d'Yquem Sauternes Sémillon-Sauvignon Blanc Blend (view label images)
2/17/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
94 points
Opened two glasses using Coravin as a Valentine’s Day treat. This is my FIRST D’YQUEM EXPERIENCE after having only read about this wine for the last twenty-five years. Many people consider this perhaps the greatest wine in the world and it feels pretty great to have the ability to taste it myself. Obviously I am going to have to guard against confirmation bias in this note.

Wine is a really remarkable golden orange which changes hue in different light. Really never seen anything like this.

On nose, wine appears sound. Deeply aromatic with notes of honey, pineapple, caramel. Cream and candied apricot. Tiny undertone of lime.

On palate, wine is sound. High acid, zero tannin, very full body (creamy), high alcohol, incredibly long finish. Strong buttered honey, citrus, and caramel notes on palate, with a long buttered pastry and grapefruit finish.

This is like no other Sauternes - or any wine - I have ever had. This is actually a remarkable wine. The hype is real. Would be interesting to taste other top Sauternes houses without the renown of D’Yquem to see if there’s a value sweet spot elsewhere. But in the meantime, this stuff is pretty darn magical.
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Red
2/17/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
Last bottle (with full tasting note) faded after a little while. This one is indisputably a “wow” wine upon first tasting. We’ll see how long it lasts but very happy so far.
White - Sparkling
2/17/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
Quick note as I didn’t have the opportunity to do a full tasting note.

I don’t have much history with Extra Brut champagne so this is a neat new experience.

Very clean, almost austere. No toast, no yeast, just citrus and lemon candy.

Pretty cool. Will do full note next time
Red
1999 Chateau Musar Bekaa Valley Red Blend (view label images)
2/16/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
89 points
Popped and decanted and tasted immediately.

Ruby with brick notes. Wine is a little turbid.

Nose of mint leaves, funk, cherry, plus tertiarty notes of leather.

On palate, wine is sound. Tertiary flavors really come through, especially the leather. Very rounded mouthfeel. Low-medium acid, softened aged tannins, medium alcohol, long finish. Definitely funkier than an aged Bordeaux but not unpleasantly so. Over time some raw cigar tobacco came out.

I respect this wine but I don’t love it. The funkiness is, based on my reading on Musar, a typical stylistic feature of the wine but it’s not my preferred approach. I won’t be buying cases and cases of this but I will give full props to those who do.
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Red
2/15/2019 - tak4 wrote:
At Craigie on Main. Nice recommendation from Sommelier. Nose of berries, branches, and sauvage. Refreshing acidity on palate. Good stuff.

EDIT an hour or two later - the wine didn’t really evolve that much, so revising my rating to a “neutral” ranking. It just stayed berries and acidic all the way through. But restaurants are tough tasting environments, and we still had a fine time.
White
2/10/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
92 points
Special bottle as I managed to get it signed by Jean Trimbach himself at a Gordon’s event.

Popped and poured. Wine is a beautiful golden color.

Wow on the schnoz! Nose has pineapple and grapefruit, lemon rind, and a sort of pseudosweetness. Honey, lillies. Mineral undertone keeps the whole thing in check, otherwise it would smell like a Sauternes.

Wine is sound. High acidity, long finish, medium alcohol. Perfectly balanced, utterly elegant, with melon and honey notes and a bit of powder candy.

I know that I may have a bit of cognitive bias here because Jean Trimbach signed my bottle, but I’d love this anyway. I bought several more.
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Red
2/9/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
89 points
Very excited to taste this today. There’s a new release of Lillian this week and I want to see if I should buy more. It’s kind of pricey so much will depend on tonight’s tasting...

Popped and decanted and tasted after about 20 minutes. Apartment is a little smoky from a cooking fail, admittedly.

Inky black wine! Deep burgundy color. Moderately bright.

Nose is rich, deep, earthy, beefy, hint of pepper, plum, black olive.

On palate, wine is sound. Medium-high tannin, medium acid, high alcohol. Palate follows nose with some earthier and black pepper dimensions. Still pretty snappy and could some more time. Long finish. Real bruiser of a wine but man is it nice. On a price-performance basis it is hard to justify, but my ratings are price independent.
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Red
2/8/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
90 points
Popped, decanted, and poured. A little fine sediment in the bottle.

Slightly cloudy crimson. Not totally bright.

Red licorice, cherries, vanilla, touch of slate, touch of sauvage, and smokiness.

Palate - wine is sound. Medium acidity, medium tannins, short finish. Power on the palate is not quite what would be suggested by the nose, but it’s still quite elegant.
White
2/3/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
91 points
Popped and poured after chilling in fridge for a day. Cork appeared intact and there was no visible nastiness in the bottle.

Wine is a positively regal golden color. Almost Sauternes-like. A few tartrate crystals.

Wow what a nose! Petrol, touch of tennis ball, cut fruit, citrus, melon. Again, almost Sauternes-like.

On palate, dry, low alcohol, long finish, medium mouthfeel. Surprisingly delicate, with a sort of perfumed-lace kind of feel. Floral. Super elegant, and definitely not a food wine - more of a sip and contemplate kind of wine. Pretty great!
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White
2/3/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
87 points
Little afternoon sipper on Super Bowl Sunday.

Pretty and clear straw color with a touch of green.

Lush citrus nose, almost Sauvignon Blanc. Lemon rind, powered sugar, touch of white pepper.

Not particularly concentrated on the palate. Refreshing, though. Powdered sugar comes through plus a nice acidity, melon, brine. Surprisingly long finish.

Fun inexpensive wine, great for what it is.
Red
2/2/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
89 points
Popped, decanted, and poured. Looked like there was some crystalline sediment in there but not the dark stuff.

Red-brick with a clear edge. Says non-filtre on the bottle but the wine itself is quite clear.

Some initial reductive notes with vitamin pill overnotes but it opened up pretty quickly. It’s got some nice red and black fruit notes.

Palate - tannins are soft, smoky notes, acidic backbone, some fruit remains. Touch of leather. Very long finish.

Overall - nice, obviously a great wine in its time, but probably a little past its prime for my taste because I like a more fruit-forward drink. But pretty good!
Red
2/1/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
88 points
Popped and decanted. Left for about 60 minutes before tasting.

Deep dark crimson. Seems unfiltered. Pretty rich looking.

Very complex nose. Candied red fruit of Jolly Rancher variety. Earthy/sappy. Spice as well.

Palate matches nose well. Tiny bit pseudosweet due to a touch of vanilla. Brininess and salinity and a touch of smoke. Touch of slatey mineral. Clean acidic finish. Over time a black licorice note came out.

It's complex and interesting, but it has a couple of notes neither N nor I really like (sap, vanilla). I respect this wine for being well-crafted, but it just doesn't resonate with me personally enough for me to give it a very high score. Of course, your mileage may vary.
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Red
1/27/2019 - tak4 wrote:
At Momofuku Ssam Bar on the “cellar clearout” list. Good price! Decanted and served.

This is my first time having a properly aged burgundy. And it does not disappoint. Lacy, rose and violet and earth.

Glad I’m collecting fine pinots. Also - this was served in a Zalto glass which I really liked.
Red
1/26/2019 - tak4 wrote:
At Breslin in NYC. Tough to properly taste in bustling environment but nicely aromatic on nose and peppery on palate. Some aged notes. Acidic finish which bodes well for food matching. Nice wine.
Red
2001 Chateau Musar Bekaa Valley Red Blend (view label images)
1/21/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
90 points
Excited to try this “first growth” of Lebanon.

Decanted and tasted right away.

Wine is bricked, with clear edge. Fairly translucent.

Nose of an aged Bordeaux with some funky earthy notes underneath. Tobacco, leather, spice, but with a touch of nail polish remover. I wonder if that is the famous Volatile Acidity I have heard so much about. But it went away after a few minutes. Plus some tomato, and red fruit.

On palate, wine is sound and quite nice. Aged cabernet feel with the blue cheese, touch of soy, good acidity.

I have sometimes gotten headaches from this type of aged wine. Will drink water preemptively.

Pretty great wine, and when price factored in, tough to beat. I have a couple other bottles (older and younger) and looking forward to trying.
Red
1/20/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
89 points
Football wine! Consumed with pizza.

Decanted for 1.5 hours before tasting.

Wine is crimson with a clear edge. Not fully bright.

Beautiful nose of earth, cherries, raspberry compote. Really gorgeous.

On palate, initial spicy attack, fruit and acid on midpalate, moderately lingering finish.

Overall, less exciting on the palate than I would have hoped given the beautiful nose. Pretty good wine, and more evidence for my emerging “Burgundy is overrated” hypothesis.
White
1/20/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
88 points
I bought a case of Kutch as it is a WineBerserkers favorite. Have only had one bottle of pinot noir so far, but now is my chance to finally try the much-lauded chardonnay.

Popped and poured after a few hours of refrigeration.

Greenish gold color. Bright, not particularly concentrated.

Nose: apple, popcorn, grapefruit. Lemon rind, too. Moderately aromatic.

Palate: Not particularly acidic, medium alcohol. Definitely get grapefruit and lemon on the palate. So a lemony attack resolves into a full citrus mid-palate, with a clean finish.

Pretty good but not quite magical to me.
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Red
1/19/2019 - tak4 wrote:
Decanted most of it, but took a preliminary taste.

Wine is a deep red-purple, opaque, not that bright. I guess they mean it when they say “unfined and unfiltered.”

Powerful nose of cherries, strawberries, and a tiny red candy / powdered sugar note. Wee hint of reduction underneath. Later took on some black tea and licorice notes. Tiny touch of barnyard. Earth notes evolved over time.

On palate wine is sound. A clean acidic attack resolves into strong fruit on mid-palate, consistent with nose, and a long finish. Medium tannins at mid-palate suggests this will improve with a few years of age.

Really nice wine but my palate is off due to some medication. N loves it. Going to join their Enthusiast Club to taste more.
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Red
2003 Château Calon-Ségur St. Estèphe Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
1/18/2019 - tak4 wrote:
flawed
Something’s wrong with this wine. Bitter finish, not aromatic. Not corked, but something else not right. Dusty, murky on palate.
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Red
2012 Gérard Raphet Clos Vougeot Clos Vougeot Grand Cru Pinot Noir (view label images)
1/18/2019 - tak4 wrote:
88 points
I am about to reveal myself as a Burgundy philistine, but... I don't really love this.

Wine is very clear red with a tiny touch of brown and a clear edge.

Wine is sound on the nose. Moderately concentrated red fruit with a hint of spice. Agreed with Burghound on the game-suffused flavors - but that's not an appealing profile for me.

Also sound on the palate. Good acid structure, also only moderately concentrated, tannins almost absent.

I mean, call me a rube, but I cannot help but compare this against the Oregon and Sonoma Coast pinot noirs I've been drinking lately. And it doesn't really stand up. The delicacy of this wine doesn't really do it for me.
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Red
2006 Ridge Monte Bello Santa Cruz Mountains Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
1/14/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
94 points
Bay Area Wine Tour; 1/11/2019-1/15/2019 (Bay Area, CA): Much different than 2007. Less aromatic but fresh and bright. Tobacco, leather, fruit. Perfect now.
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Red
2007 Ridge Monte Bello Santa Cruz Mountains Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
1/14/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
92 points
Bay Area Wine Tour; 1/11/2019-1/15/2019 (Bay Area, CA): Subtle bricking. Super aromatic. Fruit, autumn leaves, forest, touch of smoke. Lovely on palate. Still needs a little time, but resolving.
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Red
2015 Ridge Monte Bello Santa Cruz Mountains Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
1/14/2019 - tak4 wrote:
92 points
Bay Area Wine Tour; 1/11/2019-1/15/2019 (Bay Area, CA): Today, it's showing a little more blackberry-anise forward. Tomato, too. More open than last time. Definitely needs 8-10 years.
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Red
2011 Ridge Geyserville Sonoma County Zinfandel Blend, Zinfandel (view label images)
1/14/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
91 points
Bay Area Wine Tour; 1/11/2019-1/15/2019 (Bay Area, CA): Tiny glimpse of brick under the purple. Fruit and raw tobacco on the nose, with a touch of leather, anise, blackberry. Softened tannins on the palate but could still use 1-2 years. Lovely.
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Red
1/14/2019 - tak4 wrote:
Bay Area Wine Tour; 1/11/2019-1/15/2019 (Bay Area, CA): I am not really familiar with petite sirah so not rating this one. Deep purple wine. Moderate elegance. Touch of sauvage. Seems nice but needs time.
Red
1/14/2019 - tak4 wrote:
88 points
Bay Area Wine Tour; 1/11/2019-1/15/2019 (Bay Area, CA): Touch of GMs on the palate, so NR from N. Layered fruit, anise. Some pyrazine lingers on the palate, with decent tannin. N doesn't like, T doesn't mind.
Red
1/14/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
90 points
Bay Area Wine Tour; 1/11/2019-1/15/2019 (Bay Area, CA): Fun, fruit forward nose with a ripe fruit profile. Appealing spiciness. Soft tannins. Can drink in two years.
Red
1/14/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
90 points
Bay Area Wine Tour; 1/11/2019-1/15/2019 (Bay Area, CA): Nose of strong juice, gravel, cherries. Pepper, spice, more red fruit on palate. Soft tannins. Can drink now.
Red
1/13/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
90 points
Bay Area Wine Tour; 1/11/2019-1/15/2019 (Bay Area, CA): Also rich and deep. Dark raisin, cherries. Great fruit core but needs 3-5 years. Less expressive than Hirsch.
Red
1/13/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
91 points
Bay Area Wine Tour; 1/11/2019-1/15/2019 (Bay Area, CA): Not all roasty on the nose. Deep fruit and pepper. Beefy. Pepper, olive, brine on the palate.
Red
1/13/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
91 points
Bay Area Wine Tour; 1/11/2019-1/15/2019 (Bay Area, CA): Dark cherries on nose. Richer, more structured wine. Firm tannins but lovely fruit core, with good acid. Needs 3-5 years.
Red
1/13/2019 - tak4 Likes this wine:
90 points
Bay Area Wine Tour; 1/11/2019-1/15/2019 (Bay Area, CA): Really earthy and elegant on the nose. Spice, too. Lovely acid core, long finish, touch of smoke, light, delicate.
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