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Tag Archives: merlot
Video Wine Review: Fratelli Perata Tre Sorelle Cabernet Blend Paso Robles 2010
Watch my review of this elegant, aged 2010 Cabernet Sauvginon blend Tre Sorelle by Fratelli Perata from Paso Robles, California.
Posted in EMPTIED BOTTLES, Red Tagged 2010, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, California, drink, fratelli Perata, merlot, old vine, Paso Robles, travel, Tre Sorelle, vineyard, wine, wine review, Winery Leave a comment
Video Wine Review: Daou Seventeen Forty, Paso Robles, 2010
Has a decade tamed the monster Cabernet Franc Merlot blend from Paso Robles? Check out my video review Daou Seventeen Forty, Paso Robles, 2010
Posted in Cabernet Franc, EMPTIED BOTTLES Tagged Cabernet Franc, Daou, drink, merlot, Paso Robles, Paso Robles California, travel Leave a comment
Video Wine Review: Ravines, Merlot, Finger Lakes New York 2018
Posted in EMPTIED BOTTLES, merlot Tagged alcohol, drink, Finger Lakes, merlot, ravines, travel, wine Leave a comment
Balkan Merlot Wine Review: VukojE, Galerija, Bosnia-Herzegovina 2016
Wow. Hi internet, I missed you. Toddler distractions notwithstanding, let us turn our sails back toward the wine dark sea. Many leagues ago, I started to review Balkan wines my mother-in-law smuggled back with her. The tannic, native grape, Vranak made for some puckered and challenged palates (read here). But, how does Bosnia-Herzegovina handle the stereotyped grape of plush pleasure and ease: Merlot? Continue reading
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An Easily Bearable Bordeaux: Chateau Malescasse, Haut-Médoc, 2009
Last week, a 2009 Bordeaux pissed us off. In desperation, only food could tame its barking tannins. But this week, we flip the script and flip the river bank. We have a Left Bank, Haut-Médoc: famed for Cabernet blends and alluvial soils.
Ready your glass and soul for a Bordeaux that pleases right out of the gate (hopefully): Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Bordeaux, Cabernet Sauvignon, Haut-Médoc, Malescasse, merlot Leave a comment