The Four Graces

Jessup Cellars

Table For Four Napa Valley Red Blend 2013

And Yes! There she was, where have you been hiding??? Always great to run in a near perfect wine. That is what we live for, searching every day (actually every other day, try not to drink wine every day 😊). Bold dark fruit framed by angular tannins and a robust backbone, all in an extreme intense harmony, taking over your senses and putting you in a hypnotic trance. We set the palette with a few different hard cheeses, an aged Gouda cheese, a Harvarti and P’tit Basque (all at Costco!) which lifted the wine to outer orbit. I am writing this the next day and still haven’t quite returned to earth. — a month ago

Tammy de Weerd
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Sean Minor

Four Bears California Sauvignon Blanc 2019

$12 sunshine. Nice for the price — 5 months ago

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DeLille Cellars

Four Flags Red Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon 2018

Best Washington cab I’ve had to date. — a month ago

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Sean Minor

Four Bears Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon 2020

At the bottle shop with Becky, chris, patty and me. Nice and smooth! — 3 months ago

Four Vines

Skeptic Paso Robles Petite Sirah

Excellent with BBQ Ribs — 5 months ago

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Four Virtus

Bourbon Barrel Aged Lodi Zinfandel

Toasty oak, and dark berry, robust, deliciously complex, silky smooth. Balanced and sweet. Ruben’s — 5 months ago

The Four Graces

Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2020

No Brainer Pinot, ez. Cheers — 3 months ago

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Eighty Four Wines

Napa Valley Petite Sirah 2012

Shay A

A project between Doug Shafer and Elias Fernandez. I think I’ve had this for at least five years and have never known the ideal time to open it. I don’t drink much petite sirah, but when TX barbecue is the food on the table, I figured this would work, and it did.

48 months in barrel! Inky in the glass with aromatics of potpurri, fresh squeezed dark berries, mixed berry cobbler, and espresso. Expecting a brash profile on the palate, I was greeted by a rather tame (albeit juicy) style which had great mid-palate depth. Freshly squeezed raspberries, black raspberries, blueberries, red and black currant, hint of peppered rhubarb and dark chocolate. Compared to other PS wines I’ve enjoyed (Switchback Ridge, Vincent Arroyo) this is less chocolate and spice driven, but the juicy and rich mid palate is there in spades. Oak tannin at the finish but not harsh. Paired really well with TX brisket and sauce. Seems to be in a good window now, but PS always seems to me like it can hold for a while, so no rush.
— 4 months ago

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Deborah M

Deborah M

I love PS, but really only ever drink Grgich PS. Not something I have very often either.
Aaron Rankin

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I have a few Pets sitting around, waiting for the right food. Sounds like the ideal pairing.

Grey Stack Cellars

Four Brothers Vineyard Pinot Noir 2015

Dark cherry and spice nose. More dark cherry on the palate with cola, plum, cooked strawberry, cinnamon, clove, oak, with a hint of cocoa. Medium plus alcohol, medium minus tannins, and high alcohol. — 7 months ago

Susan Cahoon
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