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19 Crimes Shiraz Durif

Deep ruby in colour with a purple hue; aromas of coffee, dried fig, floral hint, jam and nutmeg; flavours replay on the aromas with an emphasis on coffee and fig that linger on the finish; moderate balanced acidity and supportive tannin.

1997 Marchesi Antinori Tignanello Toscana (Magnum)

Intensely fruity and complex on the nose, full-bodied, rich and complex in the mouth with exceptional structure and a lengthy finish. 80% Sangiovese, 15% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Cabernet Franc
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2009 Gaudo Al Tasso (Magnum)

A careful selection first in the vineyard and then in the cellars,- both before and after de-stemming, – preceded a soft pressing of the grapes, harvested and fermented parcel by parcel fora whole series of different wines to blend.

A moderately warm fermentation used delicate extraction techniques to insure elegance and suppleness. Malolactic fermentation and 18 months of aging took place in small oak barrels. Ten months of bottle aging preceded the release.

 

On the nose the initial balsamic sensations are followed by aromas of ripe fruit and spices. The palate is velvety, with soft tannins and much finesse. The mouthfeel is well supported by savory mineral notes and a long persistent finish.

2016 Reva, Barolo Ravera D.O.C.G

The Réva winery in Monforte d’Alba dates back to 1867, but its modern era began in 2013, under the ownership of Miroslav Lekes from the Czech Republic. He appointed Gianluca Colombo as oenologist, and has worked tirelessly to perfect the wines produced on the small 7.5-hectare estate, while also seeking to improve sustainability. Vineyard practice is 100% organic.

TASTING NOTES
Barolo Ravera is as extremely complex as it is balanced and elegant. Scents are spicy, with floral (red rose), red and black berries and tobacco aromas. Acidity is lively on the palate, finishing full-bodied and persistent, with velvety, dense tannins.

FOOD PAIRING
Try it with boar sausage, aged cheese and honey, mushroom and pork risotto.

91 Points – James Suckling

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2018 Torbreck “RunRig” Shiraz Barossa Valley South Australia

Complex and lifted aromatics of dense black fruits such as blackberries, satsuma plum and black cherry complimented with dark chocolate, cacao been and liquorice. The opulent mouthfeel, liveliness, and vibrancy is a real standout on a plush and velvety textured palate structure. The complex layers and fruit characters continue to evolve in the glass with firm but drying tannins seamlessly balanced with long acid and statuesque posture and length.

Torbreck’s 2018 RunRig needs a bit of air right now, as the nose and palate truly open up and expand after a while in the glass. Unlike some vintages, it’s rather tight and cedary upon first pour, then relaxes to reveal hints of stone fruit, blueberries, cherries, pastry crust and baking spices. In the mouth, it’s full-bodied and concentrated, richly textured and marked by ripe tannins, which leave behind a velvety, mouth-coating finish tinged with licorice and dark berries. While approachable now—and even damn enjoyable—it deserves another several years in the cellar. Drink the 2018 Descendant while waiting.

99 Points – Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate

50th Parallel Estate Pinot Noir

Bright maroon hue. Aromas of red currant and mint. Flavours of baked rhubarb pie, red currant, and cocoa. Soft and supple with an elegant finish.

75 Wine Company Cabernet Sauvignon

Grown in Mendocino and Lake Counties, this Cabernet is filled with aromas of fresh cherry and cinnamon. On the palate, it’s silky smooth with notes of strawberry and blackberry, culminating in a long, lingering finish with just a hint of dark chocolate from a year spent aging on French oak.

A Sunday In August Cabernet Merlot

This year’s Merlot Cabernet Sauvignon blend has a little extra merlot, making it extra crushable, super nuanced and deliciously complex—just like you.

Bright, rock n’ roll acidity of earlier grapes perfectly balanced with ripe, spicy, blackberry fruit.

Adalia Amarone DOC

In a quiet corner of Val di Mezzane, sunny and windy valley, we find a tiny jewel of Valpolicella. 5 hectares that aim for becoming an expression of a different concept of winery: young yet authentic, innovative yet always in straight contact with nature, in one of the most traditional and severe wine growing areas on the Italian scenery. Thanks to the experience in the vineyard and in the cellar, to a fresh and enthusiastic management, a new and important reality in the Italian wine world developed.

Adelsheim Breaking Ground Pinot Noir

Aromas of roasted spices, black raspberries, lilacs, dark loam, and bramble. Flavor follows with notes of cocoa nibs, toasted anise seed, and black cherry. Textures are rich and silky, with supple acidity. This wine has a lingering finish.

 

Adobe Road ‘Carbon’ Red Blend 2018

Red Wine Blend of Peite Sirah, Malbec, Cabernet Sauvgnon, and Petit Verdot and the newest release of The Racing Series wines. Dark, strong, and full bodied yet approachable, Carbon comes charging off the line with opaque black color in the glass. Aromas of black cherries, licorice, and deeply toasted oak seamlessly transition to flavors of ripe plum and crushed blackberries, finishing with sculpted tannins and violet accents.

Adobe Road Cabernet Sauvignon Knights Valley, Bavarian Lion Vineyard

Knights Valley is one of our favorite places for Bordeaux varieties – the climate is just right. Because the berries are so small and skins so thick, this cabernet is a favorite for extended time in tank post-fermentation. This technique helps integrate tannins and fruit, and sets the stage for a balanced and long-lived wine.

Dark cherries, ripe black fig, violets, and wet stone all lead off the aromas of this powerful Cabernet. Dense, round tannins frame fresh blackberry, anise, and graphite on the palate. Delicious now, and will age gracefully for at least a decade.