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Willamette Valley, Oregon
Recommended by Matt, Wine Lead @Habersham St.; 92 Points/Smart Buy, Wine Spectator:Lithe, supple, lively and expressive, layering boysenberry, pomegranate, oral and coffee notes on a sleek frame, with powdery tannins. Finishes with presence and persistence. Drink now through 2023.
Recommended by James, Product Research; 91 Points, Habersham Tasting Panel | Winemaker's Notes: A bold, rich Cabernet with aromas of cassis, black cherry, mint and violet combine with a bouquet of pungent oak, anise and warm vanilla. On the palate, lush cherry, caramel, and clove are wrapped in smooth tannins and a long juicy finish.
94 Points, James Suckling:This is like a top Napa cabernet with full body, dusty tannins plus chocolate, bark, and black currant. Very long and rich. Racy and beautiful. Will age beautifully. Believe the wine at this price. Drink or hold.
90-94 Points, Stephen Tanzer: Once again Castano Family's Monastrell stands out as in USA with a fantastic rating, in this occasion to the youngest unoaked 100% Monastrell made with grapes from our eldest vines planted in the highest areas of the appellation (750m), which offers the best of this variety's potential and all its genuine fruitiness in a fresh, soft and very elegant red.
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Winemaker's Notes: Color: beautiful pale pink color with slightly salmon reflections. Nose: on the nose the apparent delicacy immediately transports us to a world of freshness but also of elegance underpinned by pleasant floral notes of lime and orange flower. Palate: the Mouth gradually reveals the aromas of white-fleash fruit like the apple, combining an ultimate refreshing burst with a slightly menthol finish.
91 Points, Robert Parker: Cherry, strawberries, wild herbs and even hints of passion fruit emerge from the 2015 Languedoc Pic Saint Loup le Rose, and it hits the palate with medium-bodied richness, bright acidity and a clean, classy finish. This beauty has the freshness and purity to drink nicely on its own, but the complexity and depth to pair with any number of summer dishes.
91 Points, Wine & Spirits | Winemaker's Notes: Harvest process: manually. At the beggining of April. Colour: dark ruby colour. Nose: intense red berry notes mixed with sweet spice. Mouth: open-knit elengant in style, with lots of mineral notes, cherry and blackcurrant. ItÕs bright acidity keeps it refreshing on the finish.The palate is packed with ripe concentrate fruit flavours with hints of tobacco and black pepper. It shows a long structure and fine tannins. Pairing: eat with pasta, red mear and cheese.
91 Points, Wine & Spirits | Winemaker's Notes: It is a wine of dark violet color with reddish tones. In the nose it presents intense aromas of blackberry with notes of red and black currants, and plum. The mouth highlights notes of ripe plums with soft and elegant tannins. It has an excellent structure, long and persistent finish.
90 Points, Vinous:Brilliant ruby-red. Lively, spice-tinged red fruit and garrigue on the fragrant nose and a spicy element building in the glass. Gently sweet and seamless on the palate, offering fresh raspberry and spicecake flavors that flesh out with air. Subtle tannins give shape to a nervy, incisive and persistent finish that leaves a peppery note behind.
Recommended by James, Product Research; 92 Points, Wine Spectator:Very pure and chiseled, with gooseberry, straw and flint flavors tightly coiled, driven by a mouthwatering fleur de sel note through the long, bone-dry finish, which is built on minerality. Drink now through 2021.
The Fournier Family: Claude Fournier and his family have been making wine for 13 generations. After many years of hard work Domaine Fournier is now one of the most important estates in Sancerre. The family has worked tirelessly to produce top quality wines; combining family winemaking traditions with advanced facilities including custom made tanks and a modern winery design that incorporates hand sorting of the grapes and the use of gravity to ensure delicate treatment of the must (juice). Over the last 50 years they have grown the Fournier Estate from their father's 13 acres to 222 acres in Sancerre, Pouilly Fume and Menetou Salon.
93 Points, The Tasting Panel: The palate feel is graceful, harmonious while the wine's richness is an element of the overall harmony of fruit, acid and minerals - picture drinking Chardonnay out of a mountain spring.
91 Points, Robert Parker:The most expensive wine is the outstanding 2012 Heredad de Candela, a 100% Mourvedre from vines planted between 1925 and 1935 at an elevation just over 2,300 feet. Aged nine months in 500-liter French oak barrels, 1,500 cases were produced. The wine is dense and medium to full-bodied with elegant blueberry and blackberry fruit, a hint of chalky minerality, and a fleshy, intense texture. Drink it over the next 3-4 years.
90 Points, Robert Whitley:Shows bright notes of melon, peach and tropical fruits, with juicy acidity and exquisite balance. Pair it with everything from fish to chicken to spicy shrimp or even grilled brats. It also makes for a stunning aperitif.
97th Percentile, Ratebeer.com | Brewer's Notes: Our organic winter seasonal stems from a long tradition of needing warmth in our cold northern solstice. Lightly spiced with cinnamon, vanilla and maple syrup to cradle in your hands and warm your hearts. This estate cider has the aroma of fresh baked apple pie. Its deep character proves just as excellent when gently mulled.
91+ Points, Robert Parker: The nose is open and expressive, with mostly red fruit that provides freshness, pomegranate, raspberries and red cherries along with red licorice and Mediterranean herbs. The palate is medium-bodied, with tremendous (pun intended) freshness and great persistence. Juicy and accessible, it is a real pleasure wine and true to its birthplace and variety. For an entry-level this has superb quality and an incredible price tag.
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Certified California Sustainable Winegrowing | Winemaker's Notes: Bright aromas of Bing cherry, smoky tobacco and luscious blackberry. Silky, medium-bodied with lush flavors of blueberry, rich toffee notes and subtle touches of cranberry.
Italy | 85% Sangiovese with 10% Merlot and 5% Cabernet Sauvignon | Oak-aged 1 year; Bottle-aged 1 year
91 Points, James Suckling: A fruity wine with black cherry, blueberry and hints of pepper. Full and velvety with a long and delicious finish. Acidity is well-integrated with the fruit. One of the best value wines from Tuscany. Screw cap. A blend of Sangiovese, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon.
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Colchagua Valley, Chile | Sustainable Dry Farmed
90 Points, Wine Spectator:There's minerally freshness to the ripe dark plum, blackberry and cherry flavors, with peppery hints. Well-structured and crisp midpalate, featuring Asian spice and black fig notes on the finish. Drink now through 2020.
Winemaker's Notes: Carménère was once a part of many Bordeaux blends and was transplanted to Chile in the 1800s. Today, Chile is one of the only countries to produce Carmenere, a late-ripening grape with deep color and a rich, soft texture. Primus Carmenere has dark chocolate, plum and black pepper flavors. It is distinctively smooth and velvety with a long finish.
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Rioja, Spain | Varietal: Graciano
90 Points, Stephen Tanzer: Opaque ruby. Sexy, high-toned cherry and black currant aromas are complicated by notes of Indian spices and fresh rose. Smooth and seamless in texture, offering intense black and blue fruit flavors that become spicier with air. The floral element repeats on the finish, which shows excellent clarity and persistence. This wine delivers uncanny value and has the structure to age.
Lake County, California | Sustainably Farmed | 44% Zinfandel, 43% Syrah, 11% Petite Sirah 2% Cabernet Sauvignon
90 Points, Wine Enthusiast:Beefy aromas and flavors complement ample blackberry and cranberry notes in this firm-textured, well-balanced and nicely layered wine that's based on Zinfandel and Syrah. It's concentrated without being too full bodied, with good length on the finish.
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95 Points, Decanter: Gorgeous nose exhibiting an array of aromas such as peppery mulberry, sour and black cherry, violet and a subtle touch of wild strawberry jam. The palate is full, complex, with a fantastic energy and bursting with ripe dark plums; tannins are impressively silky and freshness is amazing. An exceptional nectar from the Agrelo terroir.
90 Points, Habersham Tasting Panel | Winemaker's Notes: Color: Deep ruby red with purple overtones | Aroma: Intense aromas of black cherry, prunes and vanilla with notes of mint and Modenese Balsamic. Taste: Fruity and fragrant. Full-bodied with flavors of dark cherries, blackberries, and blueberries. A long and persistent finish with silky tannins and lingering vanilla notes.
Recommended by Matt, Wine Lead @Habersham St.; 90 Points, Habersham Tasting Panel | Winemaker's Notes: Eye: light pink with fine bubbles. Nose: aromatic on the nose with hints of strawberry and citrus. Palate: refreshing and clean on the palate with vibrant entry and soft finish; fruit-driven hints of berries and lemon.
The Winery: Winegrowing in France is most often a family operation in vineyards and winery, frequently continuing for several generations. Veuve Devienne ("the Widow Devienne") gave her family name to a traditional sparkling wine - a classic Rosé cuvee - after many years of growing white grapes for the production of premium table wines. When requests were received for rose, she answered with a fine, dark pink cuvee. Although much of the family history has been lost over time, the sparkling wine has remained true to its origins: a rigorous selection of grapes; slow secondary fermentation (while those delightful bubbles are created); and bottling in a traditional style.