I felt like Miles from Sideways enjoying this Pinot Noir—it's smooth and supple and balanced and incredible. The 2012 Bouchaine Carneros Pinot Noir is truly a memorable wine. Really delicious.Read More
This Stephane Derenoncourt Haut-Medoc is a food wine through and through. It's a well-structured and well-balanced blend that drinks more like a Cabernet Sauvignon than a Merlot. You'll taste a lot of blackberries and cherries upfront, as well as some earthy flavors like wet dirt and garden vegetables that haven't been washed yet. My flavor descriptors sound weird but I bet you'll love this wine.Read More
If you are a novice white wine drinker like me, you may not have tasted an Albarino before. Those of you who enjoy drinking Sauvignon Blancs from France or New Zealand will likely find Albarino to be quite tasty.
The nose draws you in right away—full of flowers, breakfast fruits (melons and grapefruits) and ocean air. It immediately makes you think you should drink it while relaxing on a porch that overlooks any body of water.Read More
You know what I love about Robert Oatley Vineyards? It's a family business. Three generations of Oatleys have been growing grapes and crafting delicious wines for more than 40 years.
The 2013 Robert Oatley Riesling is well-structured and has a lot of unique characteristics that only a Western Australian wine can have.Read More