San Felice Chianti Classico 2010 Wine Review (NW)

    Tasting notes: Nose opens with cherry accompanied by earthy notes Full bodied on the palate Decent depth on the finish with cherry, red currant, and herbs Summary: This is a fairly straight-forward Chianti Classico at a reasonable price of $15 or so ...

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    Chateau Leoville-Barton St. Julien 2002 Wine Review (NW)

    Tasting notes: Opens with a beautiful nose of berries and tobacco Full bodied on the palate Rich and intense finish of black currant, spices, and tobacco with good length Summary: Excellent wine, and one of my favorite reds from Bordeaux! It's fully integrated and harmonious w ...

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    Dow's Vintage Port 2007 Wine Review (NW)

    Tasting notes: The nose opens up with layers of pepper, plum sauce, and hints of charcoal The palate is full bodied and dense The finish is incredibly dense, with prune, dark berries, and touches of anise and spice, all with amazing length Summary: This is an excellent Port. In its youth, it's the best I've ever tasted.

    5 readers - By The Wine Cask Blog

    Robert Hall Syrah (Paso Robles) 2011 wine review by (PB)

    Black Cherry hue with aromas of mulled blackberries with Christmas spice, and a touch of cherry cream. Palate--Tightly wound at the moment with woody smokey presence and austere plum and dark berry fruit. I don't remember what I paid for this but I am sure I bought it because it was on sale. Reference price seems to range about the $18 mark so I probably found it for $12 or so.

    8 readers - By The Wine Cask Blog

    Fetzer Crimson Pinot Noir 2011 wine review by (PB)

    Ruby hue with tantalizing aromas of sweet raspberry syrup, candy apple coating, sweet spices, Palate--Steely front with vigorous light cherry and raspberry with a palate scraping acidity and a gentle finish of light red berries. I don't remember what I paid for this but it seems to sell for $8-11.

    7 readers - By The Wine Cask Blog

    Campogiovanni Brunello di Montalcino 2006 Wine Review (NW)

    Tasting notes: Gorgeous sweet cherry and spice on the nose Full bodied on the palate Dense finish that's earthy with red berries, tobacco, and spice Summary: Excellent wine! I could have waited longer with this one, but it didn't disappoint with a few years of cellaring. It has an amazing nose that's fragrant and full of power, emanating from the glass with remarkable strength and purity.

    4 readers - By The Wine Cask Blog

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