Pheasant's Tears

Pheasant's Tears

Rkatsiteli 2020

Great rose. Not the normal Pheasant’s tears we normally have, but very good — 2 months ago

Pheasant's Tears

Kisi Kakheti 2020

Every release is better than the last. Stuff but also relaxed after a while. — 4 months ago

Julia MillerSean Knoll
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Seavey Vineyard

Caravina Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2013

Popped and poured; consumed over two days with little way in evolution. Cork pulled perfectly. The 2013 Caravina pours a deep garnet color with an opaque core and some very fine sediment. Medium+ viscosity and moderate staining of the tears. On the nose, the wine is intense…redolent with black fruit, black currants, blackberries, some black cherry, black plum, tobacco leaf, eucalyptus, espresso, some green bell pepper, iron rich tilled earth, purple flowers, vanilla and baking spice. On the palate, the wine is very dry with medium++ tannins and medium+ acid. The tannins are integrating well but remain very firm. The black fruits dominate on the palate coming across tart and fresh in the most becoming way. Dark chocolate, earth, tobacco, vanilla and baking spices are there too. The finish is super long and incredibly satisfying. This wine has such a dark and sexy streak to it. It’s like, the Portishead of wines. It’s drinking very well right now and should continue to do so for at least another ten years. One of my favorite vintages of Caravina to date. — 7 months ago

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Severn Goodwin

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Nice notes, in general I adore 13 (&14) in CA. Long life ahead on both.
Jay Kline

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@Severn Goodwin agreed. And Seavey…ooooof…delicious

Christopher Tynan Wines

Judge Family Vineyard Syrah 2015

Popped and poured. At this stage the 2015 Judge Family Syrah pours an opaque, ruby color with some obvious staining of the tears. On the nose, clean and youthful with developing vinosity. Stewed red and blue fruits, dark brambles, purple flowers, bacon fat, dry caked earth, stale potpourri, rotondun, and cigar box. On the palate, the wine is dry and all of the notes from the nose are confirmed and accompanied by dark bramble fruit with some chocolate and smoked meat. Tannins are medium+, acid is medium+…and so is alcohol. The finish is long and tart…but more like a SweetTart. This is a very sexy wine with everything in the right places and the moves to match.
— 2 months ago

Shay, Ely and 6 others liked this

Writers Tears

Copper Pot Irish Whiskey

Chapter 01 American Oak — 6 months ago

Union Wine Co.

Oregon Pinot Noir 2019

Forwent the recommend Burgundy glass and took advantage of the twist of cap while sitting in my car outside Safeway. Whole bottle went down smoothly. New world wine that tastes like old world, great tannin and acidity. Slightly salty hints but that could have been the tears of joy running down my face at the idea that such a good wine is affordable and doesn’t require a proper opener. #twistoff — 9 months ago

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Bevan Cellars

Sugarloaf Mountain Proprietary Red Blend 2015

opaque, very dark ruby, prominent glass staining tears; lifted aromatics, black cherry, cassis, lavender, menthol, cardamom, sage, oregano; very concentrated, ripe red and black fruits, long finish with nicely textured tannins; full bodied, dry, prominent tannins, medium + acidity, 14.7% ABV; made from blend of 55% Cabernet Franc, 40% Merlot, and 5% Petit Verdot; $200 — 4 months ago

Severn, Billy and 3 others liked this

Chehalem Mountain Winery

Tears of Vulcan Viognier Blend 2020

From Fermented wine shop in Canton. Chehamlem Mountains AVA — 6 months ago


Tears of Dawn Daiginjo Sake

Always solid. — 8 months ago

Realm Cellars

The Bard Cabernet Sauvignon Blend 2016

fully opaque ruby violet with prominent tears;cassis, black cherry, plum, graphite; very intense fruit and great texture; full bodied, medium+ acidity, furry tannins, 14.6% ABV; $110 — a year ago

David, Severn and 15 others liked this