A rich and pedigreed Zin. It’s soft, with a velvety texture and ripe, complex flavors of blackberries, cherries, milk chocolate and peppery spices that finish totally dry and balanced.
This is a really good Chardonnay for the price. It stands right up there with more expensive bottlings, with its crisply dry, creamy flavors of pineapples, pears, green apples and buttered toast.
Here’s a fruity Sauvignon Blanc fllled with flavors of pineapples, papayas, lemons, limes, peaches and even a hint of wild white flowers and gooseberries. The strong flavors are lifted by good acidity. Try as a stimulating cocktail wine.
Nice and drily balanced, this is pretty tannic, with blackberry, cherry, leather, carob, coffee and peppery spice flavors that finish with an intriguing touch of tangerine rind. Drink now.
A good, ripe Zinfandel that really needs food to wake it up. By itself, it’s a little aloof, with firm tannins and acids hiding black currant, pepper and tobacco flavors. Better with cheeses, barbecue, pizza.