Ripe nose of peaches, apricots and spice, with lemony citric notes that carry over to the palate, picking up stony and herbal elements. Shows considerable complexity. Crisp and racy. A delightful surprise from an unexpected region.
Fragrant, with lots of floral and herbaceous aromas - very typical of Cab Franc. Some juicy strawberry fruit rounds out the flavor profile. It finishes with decent acidity and mild tannins.
A honeyed spice and lemon nose and flavors of crisp citrus give this PG a classic, food-friendly edge. The wine offers more complex fruit and spice flavors than a typical Pinot Grigio, with a weightier midpalate and clean finish. An elegant wine with character.
Shows its age with its dearth of extract and rusting at the rim. This Bordeaux-style blend has some brett qualities that this reviewer found added character. The wine has an almost creamy feel and moderate tannins, with cassis and blueberry, touched with wet tobacco in the mouth. Finishes with a metallic note.
Intriguing all around, this displays earthy notes of truffle and meat on the nose, and balanced flavors of full raspberry and spicy caramel on the palate. Though a touch angular, the wine has elegance and good fruit.
Black cherry, mocha and pepper lead on this easy-drinking red from Chaddsford. On the palate, soft cherry fruit, cedar spice and chocolate give the wine a luscious edge. Pair with Mexican mole, spiced ribs or pasta.
A few years of age have brought out mineral and green pepper notes, giving this Pennsylvania red blend a Bordeaux-like quality. It’s grippy and fairly crisp—just screaming for a steak.