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Planters Ridge

Quintessence White 2020

My first Canadian wine ever! A red wine from Nova Scotia of all places. And it was surprisingly good. It had a Pinot Noir or perhaps Pinotage character. Medium bodied, good acidity, dark earthy allspice under-notes. It was a blend of three grape varieties that have been developed in the north east and adapted to their local climate: Lucie Kuhlmann, Castel, and Marquette. Cold hardy, early maturing varieties. Some of these varieties have Pinot noir in their heritage and one of them, Castle, has the Cinsault (Hermitage) in its crossings. — a month ago

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Bleu Noir Blaufränkisch 2012

A very tasty red from one of our favorite wineries here in Idaho. Crossings Winery in Glenns Ferry, Idaho. Formerly Carmela Vineyards. — 7 years ago

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Marlborough Pinot Noir 2014

Fräscht och gott! — 7 years ago

Pecchenino

San Giuseppe Barolo Nebbiolo 2010

Cathy Corison
9.1

Great value. Serendipity to have William pour this blind, four days after enjoying the 2009 at Crossings in Pasadena. — 7 years ago

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Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc

Great New Zealand sav — 3 years ago

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Awatere Valley Pinot Gris 2014

So amazing and packed with flavour but not strong on tannins so very pleasant to drink. — 7 years ago

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Awatere Valley Pinot Noir 2010

Jess' favorite wine ever — 9 years ago