A nice fruity red wine that pairs well with stuffed cabbage rolls and even cheesecake — 9 days ago
Cherry, spice, sweet fruit, herbs, medium tannins and nice acid. Solid wine for the price (around $16.00). — a month ago
Here’s a lovely red blend comprised of 65% Grenache, 35% Syrah.
A deeply-colored, intense and bold blend from a fabulous subregion within the Languedoc, Southern France.
Blackberry bramble, black cherry, blueberry, cooked plum, violet, game, earth, anise, and nutmeg notes.
Here’s to Pic Saint-Loup wines. — 2 months ago
2016 paid $20: wine over delivers at this PP. A meaty plum nose that gives up a little strawberry. Rather approachable tannins, integrated and fine. This wine has weight on the palate and initially monolithic dark fruit flavor profile. Nice medium-long finish. Delicious. — 9 days ago
Grand contrôle Alain Ducasse — 16 days ago
Delicious without using the devil. — 2 months ago
Popped and poured; consumed over two days and the best was Day 2. The wine appears deep ruby with an opaque core; medium+ viscosity. Medium intensity on the nose with blue and black fruits, deli case, purple flowers, smoked meat, olive brine, black pepper and baking spice. On the pallet, the wine is dry with a mixed fruit set: ripe red, blue and black fruits in abundance with Herbes de Provence and baking spices. Long saline finish, medium+ tannin and acid. The Syrah plays a very strong role despite Grenache being the dominant variety in the blend. — 3 months ago