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88-90:WA“The 2011 Costieres De Nimes La Bolida (almost all Mourvedre) is a deep, structured and brooding effort that offers notions of graphite, leather, scorched earth and smoky black fruits on both the nose and palate. Medium to full-bodied, with good a
89:WA“A step up in price over the Les Cimels, the 2013 La Bolida Costières de Nîmes is a Mourvèdre-dominated blend (10% Grenache) that sees 12 months in 300-liter barrels before bottling. Inky-colored, medium to full-bodied, textured and with moderate mid
Very lite straw yellow. Wet stones with sweet diluted lemon water on the nose. Sweet and sour lemon notes with strong minerality and gooseberry.
Spicy nose with notes of herbs and citrus with hints of cherry and melon. Medium bodied on the dry palate with melon and tart citrus. Well balanced with crisp acids and a long finish.
Tasting Notes:This wine exudes very forward fruit, and is a terrific example of super-ripe, old-vine Grenache displaying characteristics of cherries and blackberries along side of the classic Provençal spice and herb notes.
Tasting Notes:Beautiful reddish-purple color. The aromas are a mix of freshly crushed black cherries and subtle coffee and vanilla notes, just enough to frame the exuberant fruit. On the palate, the flavors of cherries and spice are obvious, and the jammy
A pale yellow color with soft green reflections. Expressive bouquet highlighting subtle notes of lime fruit. Fresh and lively on the palate, a perfect balance between fruit and acidity.
Tasting Notes:Intensely aromatic and lively with flavors of passionfruit and guava underpinned with aromas of fresh herbs and blackcurrant. This is a great wine to enjoy as an apertif, or match with seafoods. The palate is vibrant with zingy fruit that
This Cabernet can easily become your everyday drinking wine. Sourced primarily from Lodi, the wine carries a lot of depth and complexity that few wines at this price point show. The tannins are firm and make a great accompaniment to a variety of dishes.
With wine-braised country style pork ribs,enjoyed this more than I expected to. Multiple fruits on the nose, enough acidity to invite the next sip. the palate adds some pleasant body to the fruit; there was nothing not-to-like in this bottle.
Robust aromas of raspberry, blackberry, black currant and clove spice notes. The wine’s elegant and rich mouthfeel is loaded with ripe, juicy fruit flavors and nuances of black tea and soy notes adding complexity. The wine has well-integrated tannins from
Baked red cherry, brown spice, wet gravel and sweet vanilla show on the nose of this bottling. The flavors trend toward muddy clay, bay leaf and light red currant.
Tasting Notes:The Lenore Syrah shows the more opulent and balanced with its fruit forward attack and rounded, rich mid-palate texture. Aging in predominantly neutral French oak maintains the bright berry and savory aromatics of this wild, gamey varietal.
Showing red and black fruits, sarsaparilla, orange peel, cinnamon and tobacco, this crisply textured red is balanced by fine grained tannins and a rich, pillow soft mid-palate.
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