Tasting Notes: Once you taste this wine you will forget all about California cabs! 88% cab sauv, 12% cab franc. Handpicked grapes that stay awhile after fermentation, giving the wine a deep color and silky-smooth palate. Plush tannins along with the black and blue fruit and a bit of chocolate makes this a perfect match for brisket barbeque.
Tasting Notes: Blend of 75% merlot and 25% cabernet sauvignon. This is fruit forward, full of cherries, raspberries, and currants, with soft tannins. This wine should be consumed young and will be appreciated at any event.
Tasting Notes: From Montagne de St.-Émilion, this wine opens with a super-expressive nose of ripe black fruits and soft leather. Deep and dark in color, full-bodied and strong with a well-blended, tannic finish.
Tasting Notes: This is a super-approachable blend with a great structure and an impressive linger with soft tannins. Blueberries, cherry cola and some pepper notes from the cabernet franc are softened by the sumptuous fruit on the palate.
Tasting Notes: For the price, this is a great expression of the Medoc region. This wine is complex and layered with undertones of earth, vanilla, strawberries, ripe cherries and a velvety, almost-savory tannic finish. Its pleasant acidity keeps this wine feeling integrated and balanced.
Tasting Notes: The wine shows bright, juicy red cherries and raspberries that sink into a beautifully plush palate. The midpalate becomes gorgeously creamy while continuing to show red fruit, while also adding notes of violets and rose petals with hints of mocha. The finish is long and tantalizing with whiffs of white herbs, sage and a dusty minerality.
Tasting Notes: Dynamic flavors of black cherry, pomegranate and wild berries burst into a medley of rose petals and juicy dark fruits with freshly picked herbs wafting through the core. The finish shows notes of tea leaf, sandalwood and vanilla bean.
Tasting Notes: 5 classic varietals for a Bordeaux blend are selected form 9 of their best estate lots. Each lot was fermented and aged separately for 12 months, then aged an additional 12 months after the blending process in French oak. The result is a beguiling puzzle that pulls you in all the right directions…unctuous, complex, rich and balanced…all perfectly done and in complete harmony. Flavors of dark chocolate, black fruits compliment the rich oak and vanilla notes. Saved this for a petite filet dinner, with garlic machers and cream spinach…who needs dessert!
Tasting Notes: Inviting earthy aromas fill the air with vanilla notes hiding in the corners. Plush black cherry, juicy plum and a kiss of black licorice keep expanding in the mouth before surrendering to a focused finish surrounded by silky tannins. Any self-respecting piece of red meat would be proud to share the table with this delightful bottle.