Category Archives: Wine
Louis Glunz Vin Rouge This is a blend of traditional grape varieties of the Bordeaux District of France, producing a “soft Style” red table wine. There is a delicate aroma of cherries and herbs with a light spiciness of flavor … Continue reading
2009 DECERO Malbec The core intensity of red fruit flavors and pure violet aromas remain the signature of Malbec from Decero’s Remolinos vineyard. Exquisitely balanced by freshness of acidity and an elegantintegration of oak adds complexity to the rich, velvety … Continue reading
2009 BECKMEN Cuvee le Bec Red 90 Points Wine Spectator– A real mouthful that packs in ripe, potent, powerful dark berry, spice, loamy earth and black licorice notes. Firm, chunky and rustic, yet charming, ending with a long, chewy finish. … Continue reading
Morgon Cuvee Tradition France Aromas of red and black fruits, licorice and spices are extended to the palate of this nicely balanced wine.
Warre’s White Port Portugal – Duoro Clean aromas of fragrant fresh fruit on the attack that twirls on the tongue to shift into a nutty nuance upheld by juicy acids that balance the sweetness. White Port remains a rarity that … Continue reading
The Prisoner 2010 Napa Valley Red Wine Dark red, almost garnet hue with bright red on the rim. Ripe cherry and cedar on the nose with hints of dried rose petal and sweet oak. Lovely entry that leads into a … Continue reading
Watermelon, lychee, cardamom, rose and lavendar – an explosion of flavors.
The Bitch Meet the new Bitch, same as the old Bitch, sort of. Grateful Palate’s ‘The Bitch’ was definitely a conversation starter besides being a solid, juicy bottle of Grenache. Well nothing has really changed except the origins. Bitch ‘2.0’ … Continue reading
Standing Stone Vineyards 2009 Vidal Ice Wow- Always the first descriptor. Then layers of flavor pour forth: apricot, honey,hazelnut and more. Wow – always the first descriptor. Then layers of flavor pour forth: apricot, honey, hazlenut, and more.
Nero D’Avola Sicilia Characteristics: ruby red in colour; intense and refined hedgerow nuances; it is round and full in the mouth and well-balanced, with a generous and pleasant aftertaste. Serving suggestions: fresh pasta with mushrooms, tagliata with olive-oil, barbecue, meat … Continue reading