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Pronounced Lah-GRAYHN or Lah-GRINE, this cool climate, high-elevation red varietal is a 500 year-old cross between Teroldego and Pinot Noir.
The Praxis Central Coast vineyard has similar climatic properties and was the first American vineyard planted to the varietal. The color of the wine is deep, saturated purple with red highlights.
Aromas of Bing cherry, violets and dark roses evidencing the Pinot Noir heritage of the grape waft from the glass followed by hints of toasted hazelnut from the French oak. On the palate, flavors of pomegranate, blackberry and cherry are complemented by notes of dark chocolate and mocha on the finish. The wine is full in the mid-palate with a long finish and soft dusty tannins.
A rich bouquet of apple-butter, honey suckle, lime blossom and notes of lemon candy, which is closely followed by a full mouth of golden delicious apple, citrus, and pear flavors. Hints of lemon and lime compliment the long toasted butter finish.
On the nose, bright citrus aromas are accented by fresh meringue with a hint of vanilla. On the palate, enjoy the essence of Sierra Madre’s unique fruit — rich, mouth-filling flavors of crisp citrus with a delicate, balanced pear finish. 10SPAN’s natural acidity will allow this wine to age gracefully and improve for an exceptionally long period.
The Dr. Loosen Up is fun, approachable and satisfying. Wonderfully aromatic, with delightfully fresh, fruity flavors on the palate, moderate sweetness is balanced by zippy acidity that makes this harmonious and crisp on the finish.
90 Points Robert Parker!
“Dave Phinney - is one of the more creative young minds in all of the world’s winedom. He is doing things that are far beyond his modest age and deserves to be commended for the brilliant individuality/singularity of all of his efforts.”
“As of now, Dave Phinney might be my “value winemaker of the year” candi- date. If there are better wines for under $20 a bottle in the world today, please share that information with the Wine Advocate.’ –
A blend of Negroamaro and Nero d’Avola from the Southern region of Puglia combined with Barbera from Piemonte in the North.
A vast array of aromas escape the glass—black cherry, nutmeg, cinnamon, and cured meat—which are complemented by shades of sandalwood, vanilla, balsa and evergreen. The entry is silky smooth with a textured mid-palate of velvety fig, blueberry jam and soft oak. A hint of sea salt on the finish is rounded out with a mouthfeel that fades slowly.
Planet Oregon wines source sustainably grown, responsibly produced and are crafted to enjoy early and often. 97% Chardonnay, 3% aromatic white blend.
93 Points Tasting Panel Magazine
2016 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition - Gold Medal
2017 Los Angeles Int'l Wine Competition - 92 Pooints /Gold Medal
This is a limited vintage from the highest nine acre block of the Goodchild Vineyard, an outstanding location to grow the superior clone 667.
BenMarco Malbec is a testament to Uco Valley, from which it hails, proffering aromas of fresh black fruit and floral notes of violets. The palate shows great balance, very fine tannins, and a thread of acidity going through its core, lifting it up and going its length.
Nervy acidity lends a particularly food-friendly vibe to this light-bodied rosé. It's airy and delicate, rather than deeply concentrated, barely perfumed by whispers of raspberry and rose petal. The finish is brisk, cooling and fresh.
94 Points James Suckling! Intense aromas of blueberries, raspberries, lemons, orange skin and hints of light cedar. Medium to full body, polished and silky texture round tannins and a crispy and long finish.
There's a buzz of electric acidity that hits the mid-palate here, softened by tones of luscious peach, pineapple and guava. It's delicate and thrilling on the palate but lavishly floral and fruity through a long, reverberating finish.
Éric Chevalier is a rising star in the Nantais of the Loire Valley. Éric sustainably farms twenty-five hectares of vines, producing wines of great character and finesse.
Tasting Notes Aromas of Lychee, Stone Fruit, & Green Apple with Crisp, Refreshing Notes of Granny Smith Apple, Kiwi, & White Peach
Brilliant color, with hints of purple and violet. Delicate aroma accentuated by black fruits marcado por la fruta negra. Fresh fruits which remind of ripe cherries. Distinct firestone notes, hints of smoke, ash and graphite.
Young and firm to the point of tightness, this suggests a light mix of celery, cucumber, lemon and apple, with a whiff of coconut. There's a woody—not toasty—scent underlying it and carrying through on the palate.
Clean, crisp and green with a fresh lime lift. Great aperitif. Also pair with field greens or spinach quiche.
89 Points Wine Enthusiast! Aromas of white stone fruit, spring blossom and graphite. The linear palate evokes apple, ripe yellow pear, lemon rind and flint alongside fresh acidity. A hint of toasted nut backs up the finish.
88 Points Wine Enthusiast!
Broad aromas of yellow pear and nectarine meld with hints of butter and gunmetal on the nose. There is decent tension to the palate, where Bosc pear and Gravenstein apple flavors arise.
89 Points Wine Spectator!
This generous white shows good cut to the peach, apple and spice flavors. Firms up, leaving a mouthwatering impression and a hint of mineral on the finish. Drink now through 2022. 1,000 cases imported.
Bold and fresh on the nose, and subtle on the palate with notes of white flowers and citrus.