Rdv Vineyards

RdV Vineyards

Rendezvous Red Bordeaux Blend 2020

Cherries and raspberries, good depth and length, slightly sour. — 8 months ago

Dom Pérignon

Brut Champagne Blend 2009

A special start to our day at RDV. Subtle effervescence, lemon, raspberry, a touch of something sweet and an herbal tea. A great bottle! — 3 years ago

RdV Vineyards

Flying Cloud Middleburg Merlot 2017

@Delectable this is the RdV Flying Cloud Merlot — 4 years ago

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RdV Vineyards

Lost Mountain Red Bordeaux Blend 2011

This was really impressive. My first try of Virginia wine and what a great example of the potential. Mesmerizing aromatics. Berries, herbs, coffee beans, rosemary, underbrush. Silky on the palate with a fresh and tannic finish. It’s a shame Virginia wine is almost impossible to find in Europe. If I could, I’d explore more. — 9 months ago

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Pollak Vineyards

Estate Grown Cabernet Sauvignon

Vanilla and cherry nose. Great light tannin finish. Best cab in VA besides RdV. — 3 years ago

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Jefferson Vineyards

Monticello Estate Reserve Red Blend 2010

67% CF 33% PV: 34months in French!! Only 105 cases. One of the longest, most flavorful & vibrant finishes ever in a mid-Atlantic build. Ohh, the body was plush velvet with precise fruit notes. Compares to RdV...it was all that. One more bottle on hand. — 4 years ago

RdV Vineyards

Friends and Family Red Blend 2015

Lovely but needs more time in the bottle. Soft tannins, traditional Bordeaux blend. Not much of a nose! — 2 years ago

J-M Seleque

Solessence 7 Villages Champagne Blend

Originally had at RDV. Delicious and great value for $50ish — 3 years ago

Granite Heights Winery

Humility Merlot Blend 2010

So hard to believe that this was built on two year leaf grapes. Talk about a great rookie season! Mostly cab sauv , this did indeed punch far beyond it’s expected weight class. Complex yet fairly linear and sequential, this has the dna of the championship level big boy (glen manor/rdv/linden). While only a 375 mL bottle, it had aged remarkably well and would be worth another library investment if available ;) — 4 years ago