The Dalwhinnie offers sexy aromas of fresh whipping cream, anise and blackberry. Wooly tannins, and flavors are of ripe blackberries. Warm on the finish, but still an alluring wine. Imported by Click Wine Group.
Smooth and inviting, with black plum fruit at its core. Aromas are deep and dark, yet aren’t overt at this young stage. Feminine in style; not a wine for tannin or acid hounds, to be sure.
This Chardonnay opens with fluffy, vanilla-like aromas that thicken to a custardlike density after a few minutes in the glass. As you’d expect, buttery, oaky accents are present on the palate, too, but its core is bright and citrusy. Folks who like a Chard with plenty of creamy fluff on its bones may find this score stingy. Imported by Click Wine Group.
Where there’s butterscotch and vanilla on the nose, you can bet that it will follow on the palate. There’s quite a bit of it, too—toast and butter—with hints of yellow fruit losing its footing in the process. Fans of the style will find our rating conservative.