2008. Phinney-era Prisoner. Aged extremely well, which in this case means it maintained its big fruit up front while the tannins and booziness have disappeared. Our guests enjoyed the Barbaresco with dinner, but really liked the dark sweet fruits in this wine. — 4 days ago
Big and splashy at the outset. Blackberries and dark cherries then followed by figs, chocolate, pepper, and anise. Long finish with medium tannins. — 10 days ago
Hyvä pehmeä syleily. Sopi keskusteluun.
w Lauri, Ilana, Jonni, Petja, Venla, Venneri — 9 days ago
Magnum: Firm tannin and still has plenty of life left. Really coming into its own now with balanced flavors of dark berries and spice but in a subtle and enjoyable way. Gorgeous wine. — a day ago
Ridge said it will develop fully in the next 6 to 8 yrs…they were right! — 2 days ago
Not bad but I loved the 2018 so much more than this. — 13 days ago
Zinfandel is always going to scare some I guess but served blind this one would please doubters. 100-year old dry farmed vineyard in Paso produces a wine with impressive vibrancy en freshness. It’s a field blend with smaller parts of the usual suspects. Flowers, Maraschino cherries, citrus, pomegranate, zest, cinnamon. — 11 days ago