Rich and plush on the nose, with a blend of earth and black cherry notes. Full bodied and showing ripe black cherry, licorice, raspberry, herb, spice and cedary notes. Tannins are round and the finish is moderate in length.
If you like Paso Zin, and a lot of people do, this one’s for you. It has the requisite flavors of wild berries and tobacco, with a rich streak of herbs and peppery spices, and is very dry and balanced. Drinks a bit hot but not enough to worry about.
Not bad for everyday quaffing, with some rich blackberry flavors and nice, dry tannins. It has a country-style edge of roughness to it, but all in all, this is a pretty good value in Cabernet.
Pretty rich for an inexpensive Chard, and a single vineyard one at that. Pleasant flavors of peaches and pears are framed in oak. There’s a slight burn in the finish, but it’s not too hot.
Decent and drinkable, with flavors of blackberries, green olives and sage, and a nice overlay of oak. Very dry, with a good balance of dusty tannins and acidity. Finishes just a bit rough and earthy.
Robust, full-bodied and bone dry, with baked cherry pie, black currant and mocha flavors accented by sweet toasty oak, this wine is wrapped in thick, jagged tannins. The best thing about it is the rich, ripe, deeply fruity flavors.