Tasting Notes: This third bottling of Chateau Gloria shows how good 2015 is! Amazing value showcases black current, sour cherries, cedar, leather and vanilla tones from the oak. The tannins and acid are in wonderful balance with each other. The full body and long finish on this wine ends with a pleasant balance of fruit and earth.
Tasting Notes: From a blend of 50% syrah with 35% grenache and a little mourvèdre and carignan, aged in concrete, this is one dense, powerful wine Dark Mediterranean fruit, with floral aromatics with a little dark raspberry Mellow tannins, making the overall style generous and exuberant.
Tasting Notes: 80% merlot and 20% cabernet franc. This Bordeaux drinks fabulous now at a killer price! The French oak aromas of vanilla entice you. The wine is ripe with just enough tannin grip. Flavors of black cherry, plum, raspberry, black currant melt in your mouth, complemented by cedar, vanilla, cinnamon, dark cocoa, pencil shavings and leather.
Tasting Notes: 100% chardonnay, aged in stainless steel. Makes a delightful dry-and-fruity wine, easy to drink Its color is pale gold with light-green hue. Very fresh aromas reminiscent of citrus lemon and grapefruit.
Tasting Notes: This blend of 60% cabernet sauvignon and 40% melot creates a deep, intense, bright, ruby-red color. Dark red-berry fruit bouquet with hints of cedar and spice box. The oak is noticeable, but not heavy handed, providing a good impression on the palate, with good body, richness and lovely freshness. The finish is lovely and lasting.
Tasting Notes: A wonderful example of Morey-Saint-Denis Aromas of under-ripe raspberries and cedar notes followed by wet stones. On the palate it opens up to flavors of cranberries, saffron and basil, with a perfect balance between savory, earthy and fruity. The finish of this wine is long and structured, with a beautiful marriage between the tannin and acid, with acid winning in the end.