Sho Morimoto's Reviews
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This mellow and supple Malbec is not too sweet and tastes slightly of citrus. It would pair extremely well with grilled fish and other seafood that has solid, but not overpowering, flavor.
Silk-smooth, well-rounded, and fruity in flavor, this Bordeaux is great to drink on its own or with grilled chicken, fish, and vegetables and other minimalist dishes.
With a fruity flavor and aroma, this Spanish red feels balanced and round on the palate. It is easy to drink and can be paired with hard cheeses.
Soft and velvety with a fruity aroma and flavor, Tikal is supremely easy to drink (dangerously so) with a long, peppery finish. Would only get better (bolder) with age!
Garnet-hued Zinfandel with a fruity, jammy aroma and sweet, smooth flavors of fresh berries and a soft finish; goes well with roast pork and salmon.
Ruby red Zinfandel with a fresh bouquet of morning dew, herbs, and vines; smooth and mellow with sweet, dark berry flavors.
Medium bodied and smooth as silk with a gentle, lingering finish, this Toscana with a cranberry and raspberry flavor is easy to drink by itself or with light cheeses, summer salads, and grilled chicken or fish. Right now, too savory dishes may overwhelm it.
A little too bitter, but should smooth out if aged. Earthy, smoky aroma with hints of tobacco; medium body with robust flavors of black berries, oak, and pepper.
A little on the light-bodied side, Norton Malbec Reserve 2006 is fruity with a spicy finish.
A robust flavor makes this Aussie red a good companion to some bold cheeses and other dishes that threaten to overwhelm gentler reds. An aroma of cranberry and chocolate accompanies a taste of dark chocolate, plum, and cayenne pepper.