Tasting Notes for mperisic

(31 notes on 29 wines)

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Red
11/6/2010 - mperisic wrote:
97 points
Fantastic!!!! Beautiful balance of deep plummy aromas with enough acidity to make it delicate and not jamy. Great, great wine.
Red
11/5/2010 - mperisic wrote:
93 points
Deep leather scents with berries subnote. Sweet, strong tannins. Veeeeeery smooooooth and long finish. Lovely cdp, but a bit on the sweet side.
Red
10/23/2010 - mperisic wrote:
85 points
Light grass scents, light berry scents. Not a strong nose, subtle sweet long lasting aromas.
Red
10/23/2010 - mperisic wrote:
87 points
Very fresh, lots of sweetness, not heavy on the nose. Scents of grass, light berry fruits, long finish, subtle tannins.
Red
10/1/2010 - mperisic wrote:
88 points
Had this at Carlos's great wine, rich with berries with than zinfandel balance and smoothness. Heavy on the tannins, but can be drunk without food.
Red
10/1/2010 - mperisic wrote:
94 points
Smokey like Lagavulin, and fruity like a Syrah at the same time. Strange, almost vulgar, but with wild duck, it went like a miracle. Kudos to the sommelier ( who certainly made up for bathing me in wine last time ).
Red
4/10/2010 - mperisic wrote:
74 points
Just another malbec
White
4/10/2010 - mperisic wrote:
74 points
Just another Chardonnay
Red
4/10/2010 - mperisic wrote:
89 points
Quite good for a lower range montepulciano. Will forgive the twist top.
Red
4/10/2010 - mperisic wrote:
91 points
Great wine for price, very drinkable, light yet with plenty character
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Red
4/10/2010 - mperisic wrote:
84 points
Strong tanic great for meats
Red
4/10/2010 - mperisic wrote:
94 points
Very rich, yet balanced
Red
2/14/2010 - mperisic wrote:
86 points
Nice balance of tannins and acidity, covered in a pleasent oak aroma. Needs proteins, or the tannins come across as bitter. We had it with antilope from south Africa, and it went really well. Overpriced for what you get, but quite good.
Red
2/14/2010 - mperisic wrote:
85 points
Nice balance of tannins and acidity, covered in a pleasent oak aroma. Needs proteins, or the tannins come across as bitter. We had it with antilope from south Africa, and it went really well. Overpriced for what you get, but quite good.
Red
2/8/2010 - mperisic wrote:
97 points
This is a beatifully balanced wine with all elements of Spanish wine (earth, sun) yet so elegant and refined. Scents of red berries, full body that coats the glass in ruby red colors like oil, and a long well balanced taste of tanins, berries proportionate acidity that lasts forever. Great wine and great experience. Drank without decantering, and was still excellent, which is so untypical of Ribera del duero wines.
Red
2005 Château Segur Haut-Médoc Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
1/31/2010 - mperisic wrote:
74 points
Chlorfil on the nose, light leather scents, not very pleasant. Lighter colors, lighter body. Initially it was well rounded, but then it went very sour and very tanic very fast in the glass. Not crazy about it.
Red
1/31/2010 - mperisic wrote:
82 points
Alcoholic on the nose, strong chocolate flavors, very berry. Full heavy dark colors. A bit of a temperamental spaniard, not refined, but enjoyable. "A contained Ole!". Great with strong meats, had it with venisson stew, and complimented it perfectly.
Red
1/23/2010 - mperisic wrote:
80 points
Color: very dense dark burgundy red, lots of legs on the glass, almost syrupy.

Nose: "ay, yay, yay, and I know that this is a sweaty horse" (Ursula), "effect of flaring nostrils, as the sweaty horse passes by" (Mimi). Sweaty horse ass has been mentioned in the same sentance as cork - visuals you don't want to have while tasting wine! I'd say it has a lot of leather, cellars, smoke wood, heavy musk for those who like it.

Taste: thick syrupy, strooooong tannins, nose echoed in taste, lots of musk! Almost creamy. Almost can chew the tannins. Missing body, but good strong taste. When served with Spanish food, goes perfect, reminds you of sitting in Spanish country side.

Finish: long strong tannins, a bit sour on finish.

This one is definetly an aquired taste. Mimi swear by god and all universal powers she will never like it. Take everything that some people hate about Spanish wine, and what some people love about Spanish wine and put it in a concentrate - a concentrate everyone will remember.
Red
1/23/2010 - mperisic wrote:
76 points
Color: dusty dark (brown) ruby, but still light and somewhat seethrough

Nose: initially: warm brick, moist wood, autumn leaves after heavy rain, forest ground, but never heavy, always light. A bit closed.
Once developed in glass: a bit of lemon pepper, rust, chocolate and chlorofile.

Taste: initially: quite sour, tannins, but no character. Not impressive...
As it developed in glass: pepper, citrus, berries, more tannins than initial, acidity became more balanced and refreshing.

Finish: as it developed, more refreshing, medium finish, slightly peppery and tannins.

Overall: needs time to develop, nothing exciting, normal average wine, not so temperamental. Not very exciting, but drinkable.
Red
1/23/2010 - mperisic wrote:
83 points
Color: Richard ruby color, light aura, light slender bamby legs

Nose: Earthy, vine leaves, chlorofile, potpoury, sadlewood, leaves, minerals. Young, young, young...

Taste: initially sour, but developed into a well rounded sour cherries to hints of chocolate to peppery, just keeps on developing.

Finish: light tannins, medium finish, initially peppery, then pepper disappears on finish.

Overall: young moody teenager that takes you on ever changing ride, Light and temperamental, but wants you to come back. Don't instantly judge, as it develops continuosly in the glass.
Red
1/20/2010 - mperisic wrote:
77 points
Not bad, "doesn't do any harm", but not any more than that.
White
1/17/2010 - mperisic wrote:
88 points
Crispy clean golden yellow, oak, pineapple and grass on the nose. Ripened apples followed by balanced acidity, with a long finish. Evolves a lot. Initially short on the finish, but 5 minutes later it woke up. This wine is all about change, every sip is different, yet always full bodied and balanced.
White
1/17/2010 - mperisic wrote:
86 points
Fresh pineapple, crisp, citrus with nice acidic balance.
Rosé
1/17/2010 - mperisic wrote:
91 points
Very good, had it with a rib eye steak. Spot on and has an amazing nose you can't tire of. It is an ambodiement of a shiraz.
White
1/17/2010 - mperisic wrote:
80 points
Quite acidic, full bodies, too acidic. Didn't round off in a pleasant way. Had higher expectations. Had with smoked macarel not good pairing.
Red
1/9/2010 - mperisic wrote:
97 points
Color: Dark ruby red. Nose: yummy! ( my wife) humid mines sweaty, earthy, dark heavy woods. Taste: earthy, smooth, rich, full, oakey, smokey, lots of rich tannins, well balanced. Finish: a bit of spice and pepper, tannins, no acid, warm, stays forever, until you wash it down, should you want to do that. Experience: great, absolutely great, made the meal, took us to Spain in an instant.
Red
1/8/2010 - mperisic wrote:
78 points
Naaah. Ok... Maybe we should have had it with steak. The Pinot is far more exciting. I wouldn't break a friendship of someone gave it to me, but nothing to rave about.
Red
1/8/2010 - mperisic wrote:
94 points
59 DKK (10 usd)????!!!!! This is amazing. Lovely Pinot with sour cherries coming of a very nice nose. Tastes of sour cherries with a long sweet base to carry the tannins and acidity for a looooobg finish. At any price stands shoulder to shoulder with some 1er Crus from Bourgogne. At this price - makes fun of them!
White
1/1/2010 - mperisic wrote:
88 points
Surprisingly subtle and refined for a Napa Chardonnay, lovely crisp yellow color, vanill nose, and a smooth vanilla orange flavor, with a long finish. Really good wine.
White - Sweet/Dessert
1997 Château d'Yquem Sauternes Sémillon-Sauvignon Blanc Blend (view label images)
1/1/2010 - mperisic wrote:
97 points
What a great wine! The deep golden color, initially metaluc nose, and then after the first swirl - an explosion of appricot vanilla. Sweet and complex taste, but not overpowering. Fantastic wine.
Red
2000 Château Quinault L'Enclos St. Émilion Grand Cru Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
1/1/2010 - mperisic wrote:
93 points
Had this wine for New Years, and was very good. Classic year for Bordeaux, for a reason. Very dark color, almost burgundy red. I don't think that it was decantered enough, as the nose was still very closed. I would decanter it for a whole day. However deep berry smell was prominent, but in a classic French chateau style, not the jamy new world style. Strong deep flavours, with enough acidity to carry it through. Great wine.
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