Smooth, rich and silky, this handcrafted wine finds its center around a deep core of blackcurrant, black cherry and raspberry fruit. Spice, cedar and earth notes add complexity, but it's the generous fruit and supple texture that anchor the mid-palate. Aiming for elegance over brawn, this voluptuous wine finishes with ripe tannins and a luxurious aftertaste that keeps on going. Overall, the 2004 Reserve Alexandre is a quintessential example of Alexander Valley terroir and of the region's supreme suitability for nurturing Bordeaux varieties.
First produced in 1983, Geyer Peak Reserve Alexandre is a traditional blend of five classic Bordeaux red grape varietals. Each
year, winemaker Mick Schroeter relies on traditional, small-lot fermentation, rigorous selection and extensive trial blending to
achieve a consistently stylish, elegantly balanced wine.
Blend: 51% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Merlot, 19% Malbec, 4% Petit Verdot, 1% Cabernet Franc
Excelent when acompanied by a good steak
We hope to find this on sale again so we can scoop up an entire case of it.
I paid about $ 19 and I regret not buying in. Better servered right out of the bottle if you prefer crisp juicy wine with medium acitity. Acidity goes down with decanting and I like it better right out of the bottle. Plenty juicy with some tannings.