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There are no refunds or exchanges as these wines are gifts from friends of the Humane Society. Joseph Phelps Insignia is where it all began for proprietary wine labels. A three-vintage vertical of Insignia. Sue Sylvester-Palumbo. This is a medium-weight, quintessentially elegant style of Lafite with notes of lead pencil shavings along with black currants, plums and crushed rocks.
Wonderfully pure, dense, with a deep ruby-purple color and loads of fruit, definition and a long finish, this is brilliant and elegant. Anticipated maturity: to Robert Parker 94 Points. Wine Spectator 95 Points. Powerful and rich with some tannins still to shed at age 22, it is still a young adolescent in terms of its evolution and will benefit from another years of cellaring. It should prove to be a 50 year wine. Robert Parker 99 Points.
Wine Spectator 96 Points. Gorgeously pure, opulently fullbodied with sweet tannins, superb concentration, and a low acid, ripe, tannic finish, it tastes like a top-notch vintage of ripe Bordeaux. Enjoy now or age for 20 to 25 years. Robert Parker 95 Points. Wine Spectator 90 Points. Winery from the Suisun Valley in Northern California near Fairfield that offers tremendous high quality at a value. A mini vertical of an iconic Napa Valley Wine. Robert Parker says: "It offers delicious blackcurrant fruit, not as much complexity as some of Stag's other wines but an attractive meaty, rich blackcurrant fruitiness, well-integrated wood, and hints of spice and oak.
It should drink well for 10 to 15 years. Drink now. Switzerland's Hess Family owns this Napa winery and vineyards on the volcanic slopes of Mount Veeder. Wine Enthusiast 91 Points. Notes of blackcurrants, black raspberries, acacia flowers, cedar wood and espresso lend themselve to this full-bodied wine with sweet, well-integrated tannins and enough acidity for delineation and brightness. Enjoy now or aged for 20 to 25 years. Robert Parker 96 Points.
Medium to full-bodied, pure, silky and layered on the palate with a broad frame and sweet tannin. Ready to drink but will evolve nicely for 5 to 7 years. Rich with surprisingly soft tannin, this wine exhibits briary mountain fruit, blackberries, blueberries and cassis, outstanding purity, full-bodied power and nicely integrated tannin.
Can be drunk now or aged for 15 or more years. The Barolo Vigneto Garetti. It shows great power and density with fleshy fruit, dried cherry and prune. The mouthfeel is round and dense and is supported amply by the firm tannins at the back. Anticipated maturity is betweeen to John Doty has put together 4 wines from four different Tuscany appellations.
All are stellar regional examples and offer an all encompassing look at one of the most important appellations in the world of wine. Born and raised in Hawaii, Maureen Doty Taylor, produced this wine with white grapes from a steep, terraced hillside vineyard on lower Diamond Mountain. Made by Napa superstar winemaker Thomas Brown. Superb in every facet with a lush nose, well-structured palate and a finish that lingers.
Rich, dense and chewy with ripe plum, blackberry, fresh earth and mineral flavors, this wine is framed by smoky, cedary oak. Intense and persistent, it ends with a mix of cherry and currant fruit. The tannins are firm but ripe. Best from to Wine Spectator 92 Points. Boasting Thomas Brown as its winemaker, this is a great example of just how successful Howell Mountain was in The color is an opaque purple and the wine is rich, broad, authoritative, full bodied, pure and age worthy, yet accessible.
One of the stars of the vintage, it should keep for 12 to 15 years," said Robert Parker. There is nothing subtle in this rich, intense Cabernet Sauvignon with a huge, juicy finish. Paired with a steel dog wine holder. Robert Parker 92 Points. Shows good depth and spiciness with layers of blue and black fruit, mocha and cinnamon flow through to the finish.
Paired with 4 crystal wine glasses. Wine Spectator 94 Points. Possesses a deep, dark, primordial, blackberry and cassis fruit flavor intermixed with notes of flowers and minerals. It is impressively built, rich and intense with the gorgeous fruit purity evident in all the Dunn Cabernets.
Robert Parker 91 Points. Dark purple red with aromas of ripe, red cherry with black tea notes and hints of black olives and black cherry. There is a lot of lift to the aroma and this carries through to the entry with ripe, rich dark red cherry and blackberry flavors with citrus hints. The Cabernet Sauvignon is much more Album) than the tasted alongside it. Smoke, tobacco, licorice and tar all flow as this sumptuous Cabernet shows off its sexy, undeniably appealing personality.
Hints of mocha and espresso add a resonant warmth. Tannins are firm but seamlessly balanced. Layered with blackberries, tar, graphite, incense, camphor and game, this wine boasts a mineral-drenched finish adds the last layer of complexity. Wine Spectator 91 Points.
Cade Howell Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon Balancing power with finesse, this wine offers intense blackberry, dusty rock, cedar, black licorice and dried herb flavors.
Gains depth and nuance with tannins providing traction and definition. Best until Wine Spectator 93 Points. Firm and muscular with dense, rich dark berry, currant and blackberry fruits that are complex, layered and tannic, yet with a supple edge and a long finish of melted black licorice.
Enjoy now through A decade in Bourbon casks, plus an extra two years in Sauternes barriques yields a fresh honeysuckle and vanilla perfume and a super-smooth spirit with creamy honey and nut flavors with hints of dark chocolate and cinnamon. Very few spirits have such elegance and silky finesse. Wine Enthusiast 95 Points. Classic lead pencil, cedar, hints of herbs and both cassis and currant-styled fruit in its approachable, full-bodied and elegant profile.
It's beautifully made, has no hard edges and can be consumed anytime over the coming decade or more. Fresh and lively, this is juicy with blackberry and floral flavors that keep dancing deftly through the finish, framed with firm tannins, but staying harmonious and gaining in intensity with each sip. Robert Parker 93 Points. Muscular if not trim and tough, this presents a taut, sharp band of cedar, tart berry and dried herb with a dash of black licorice on the finish.
This full-bodied effort is a fabulous example of Napa Cabernet and a tribute to this amazing family. Elegantly styled with well-proportioned cherry, spice, freshturned earth, anise and cedar notes. Complex and detailed, showing vibrant acidity. A gutsy effort that's taut, dense and firmly rich and extracted with loamy earth, dried dark berry, forest floor, mahogany and cedar notes. May always be a bit tannic and woodsy. It boasts ripe black raspberry and blackcurrant aromatics followed by a beautifully poised, pure, medium to full-bodied Cabernet with silky tannins.
Enjoy now or within 10 years. Aleisha Swartz. The vintage, despite being later and cooler than usual, produced wines with great color, intensity, and balanced mature tannins. The wine has aromas of cherry, raspberry, dried sage, vanilla extract and brambles.
The density and weight in the palate is thick and velvety. The tannins are elegant, smooth and rich. The Far Niente Chardonnay harkens back to the wine's excellent consistency.
A youthful wine at the moment that will age well over the next few years. Presently the oak is in the forefront; over time, everything will meld nicely and it won't take too long to get there. Wilfred Wong 90 Points.
Classy and refined from the very first taste. All the elements are beautifully in place in this mid-weight Cabernet. Robert Parker 90 Points. Plenty of rich and jammy red fruit flavors, cherry, blackberry, raspberry, tobacco leaf, leather, dark spice and black pepper, married with supple tannins. The perfect wine for a cold night by the fireplace. Sweet, rich, lush and layered, yet also remarkably light on its feet, the Brunello di Montalcino dazzles from start to finish.
Sweet roses, red berries, flowers, mint and orange peel all take an appearance in this utterly impeccable polished Brunello. The aromas are naturally still quite primary, so some cellaring is advisable. Enjoy over the next 7 to 8 years. Bright and tangy with a core of lemon and lime flavors that fan out on the palate to yield a toasty, fresh finish with hints of apple and pear. Big and jammy with white pepper and bright cherry aromas that lead to soft flavors of berry pie, vanilla and roasted underbrush.
Tannins sneak in on the finish. A bright ruby color with notes of raspberry and currant sustained by vanilla and cocoa. Wine Enthusiast 90 Points. A zesty, charmingly racy red with licorice and black cherry aromas and zippy raspberry, dried sage and pepper flavors.
A savory, lusty, heady red, it begs for a grilled steak. Drink it over the next 4 to 5 years. A powerful Port with intense aromas of raspberries, raisins, flowers and stems.
Full-bodied and medium sweet, with a long, rich finish. Tannins pull at your palate. Robert Parker 97 Points. Wine Spectator 97 Points. Wild strawberry aromas lead the inviting nose of Acorn's signature field blend.
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