A lusty and delicious Rhône blend of some complexity. Although it’s too soft to age, it’s dry, and weaves together an intricate tapestry of currants, licorice, sweet leather, mocha, orange zest and pepper flavors.
Well-done in a very exuberant style, with blackberry jam and tar notes layered over animal scents and wood ash. The palate is concentrated and mouthwatering, winding down to a lingering raspberry finish. Serve with hearty fare. May improve with a year or two in the cellar.
Obvious but highly concentrated with mouth-coating tannins and an appetizing mix of coconut, vanilla and plum flavors. Fairly long, soy-flavored finish. Drink now or hold a year for better integration.
Alluring, intense nose of honey, beeswax and hay. The palate continues along a mineral line, with flavors of wet gravel highlighted by crisp acidity. Graham cracker notes peek through on the dry finish. Drink up.
Rich orange, lemon and citrus spices lead this Viognier from Page Springs. On the palate, it’s fuller bodied, with lots of spice and citrus to balance out the honeyed fruit. Pair with cheese, fruit and spicy cuisine.