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Red
5/7/2021 - Jbaguilar4 Likes this wine:
91 points
After double decanting, this wine was wonderful. No harshness, mouth was full of wonderful lite berry fruit flavors. Wonderful lasting finish.
Red
2/28/2019 - Jbaguilar4 wrote:
50% discount on each bottle
Red
1/23/2019 - Jbaguilar4 wrote:
Tasting notes
Once again, our time honored tradition of crafting a muscular yet very elegant red possessing excellent fruit and barrel complexities is present in the 2013 Tri*Umph. Tree ripe black cherry, blueberry and a slight note of blackberry match perfectly with caramel, toasted coconut and espresso coffee barrel flavors and aromas. The mouthfeel is definitely full bodied and deliciously persistent. This wine may be aged a good 8 to 10 years. Enjoy with grilled beef steak or an oriental seasoned fillet of salmon. I would recommend you decant this wine a good thirty minutes prior to consuming if opened before 2016.
$150 a bottle now - I paid $55
Red
1/23/2019 - Jbaguilar4 wrote:
asting notes
Brimming with bold raspberry – black fruit flavors and aromas, the 2014 TriUmph packs quite a punch. The addition of a bit of toasted coconut and caramel compliments of all that new French oak added yet more to this wines impressive stature. Tannins are there and require a few years to tame. For those not willing to cellar this wine a while, definitely decant a good 45 minutes prior to enjoying. Should one wish to deviate from beef steak, TriUmph will pare well with marinated – grilled eggplant served with wild rice risotto. Or, you who know me guessed it……… sautéed duck breast finished with a port reduction sauce.
$65
Red
1/23/2019 - Jbaguilar4 wrote:
The price of this wine is $65
Red
1/23/2019 - Jbaguilar4 wrote:
It sells for $150 a bottle now
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