Page: Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 Next >>
121 reviews were found
I love this wine. It's not dense or heavy like many Shiraz, which I like, because it has this elegance to it that is more uplifting rather than heavy. The little Viognier adds to the aromas and "fragrant" is the right term. Lots of berries and spice going on and something floral in the back as well. Palate is complex and lingering with all the berry-goodness a Shiraz should have, but none of the heaviness. All in balance. It's absolutely delicious.
A delicious mineral-driven dry white wine that has layers of stone fruit (think pear and nectarine) backed by great acidity. Great with food or on its own.
Opened it up and got huge reductive notes. Went away after 45 minutes in the decanter. Worth the wait - delicate yet savory. Red & wild fruits, spices, lovely meaty characteristic in the palate. Great finish. Will do well with a couple more years in bottle.
Excellent white - good, round texture, but with a pronounced acid kick. Stone fruit, slightly floral and crsip finish. Great spring/summer wine, but could also hold up to food.
Liked this wine a lot, would easily drink it on its own as pairing food is more difficult. While balanced, it is a big and jammy wine, with lots of dark fruit and juicy berry flavors. Not too many tannins or apparent acid. What you'd call fruit forward. But like I said, really tasty.
This Barbera is a delight! It's got a core of black fruit, backed by good acid, smooth tannins and a nice spice. Balanced finish. A steal at the price, this would be my gourmet pizza wine.
This was a wonderful wine! Great acidity, ripe Riesling fruits, a hint of sweetness. Wonderful for summer or any spicy food. So refreshing!
I give it 5 stars for it's category - Oregon Pinot Gris. It delivers exactly what you want from Pinot Gris - ripe stone fruit, a touch of spice and a creamy texture that is still crisp & dry. Not sweet at all, but very ripe. Finishes with clean acidity.
Smooth and supple, this is what could be termed a cocktail wine. Great ripe fruit, lovely spice and herbs, and it’s balanced. The fruit is sweet and ripe and easy going down. Not a wine if you’re seeking amazing structure but this wine is layered with flavors and quite delicious with meat.
Thought not complex, this Pinot Noir is smooth & balanced, with ripe red fruits, warm spices and a lingering finish - as mentioned in the review, it is very versatile. Enjoyed it with a mixed grill (chicken, pork & steak) and it was a good match for all!