Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Zuccardi Q Mendoza Valley 2015 Malbec (Argentina)






Zuccardi Q Mendoza Valley 2015 Malbec (Argentina), $16.99-$19.99, 91 points, poured an opaque purple/red and spotted oases of black with a bleeding broad clear wine ring and moderately stained draping.
Aromas of wild ripe blackberries, smoky dark chocolate, and roses were excellent.
Sleek full body with good acidity and a mellow underlayment of tannin ushered a black fruit flavor profile nuanced with chocolate, peat, and plum.
Finished well on the trailing palate, developing tannins, easy white pepper, savory, and a nicely-balanced 14% alcohol.
Paired beautifully with my hot Cajun-styled ribs.



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Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Elk Cove Vineyards Willamette Valley Estate Grown 2017 Pinot Gris





Elk Cove Vineyards Willamette Valley Estate Grown 2017 Pinot Gris, $16.99-$22.99, 90 points, was a medium brass color clearing toward the glass shallows.
The bonny aromas of sweet apples, pear, and Lychee were quite pleasant.
Light-bodied with appropriate acidity showed subtle rather nondescript flavors nuanced ever-so lightly with those reflective of the aromas.
Finished well on the fading palate, soft pepper spices, a hint of lemon, and a spot-on 13% alcohol.
Paired perfectly with my Yellowfin tuna salad and chips fried in avocado oil.

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Monday, October 29, 2018

Tarima Hill D.O. Alicante 2010 Monastrell





Tarima Hill D.O. Alicante 2010 Monastrell, $11.89-$16.99, 87 points, poured core black grading ruby red with a broad meniscus and fat stained legs.
Aromas were red fruit jam with smoky plum and a sour floral vibe.
Full-bodied with good acidity and still quite firm grainy tannins managed to deliver the aromas onto the palate with red licorice and loam.
Finished woody and earthy with building wooly tannins, fading plum, residual blueberry, soft spices and a bit over the top 15% alcohol.

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Tarima Hill D.O. Alicante 2015 Monastrell





Tarima Hill D.O. Alicante 2015 Monastrell, $11.89-$16.99, 89 points, poured black to opaque ruby to Shiraz purple/red with a clear wine ring and dense dripping stained drapes.
No swishing and swirling required to bring out the rich aromas of toast, blackberry liqueur, blueberry syrup, and lingonberry jam.
The full-bodied Monastrell with good acidity and almost overwhelming wooly tannins could hardly release the bounty of fruit hiding within, but flavors of blueberry, black fruit, tar, and savory did peep through.
Finished long on the same palate pattern with a tad of black pepper and an amazingly well balanced 15% alcohol.

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Sunday, October 28, 2018

Cline 'Bridgehead' Contra Costa County 2014 Zinfandel





Cline 'Bridgehead' Contra Costa County 2014 Zinfandel, $14.44-$39.99, 88 points, poured a deep opaque Welch's grape juice purple/red with a broad clear wine ring and fat dense legs.
Profuse aromas of wild briar fruit and mulberry were a bit sour, but okay.
Medium-bodied with good acidity and a fine grainy underlayment of tannin produced flavors of blueberry, plum, cherry cola, and red licorice.
Finished well on the trailing palate, mild pepper spices, truffle, and a bit over the top 15.5% alcohol.
Paired appropriately with our meat-lovers pizza.


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Saturday, October 27, 2018

Groth Napa Valley Hillview Vineyard 2016 Chardonnay





Groth Napa Valley Hillview Vineyard 2016 Chardonnay, $28.04-$32.99, 94 points, was a light gold color clearing toward the glass shallows.
Aromatic bouquet of gossamer flowers with hints of flint and green melon were outstanding.
Medium-bodied with good acidity righteously delivered the bouquet onto the palate with whispers of tangerine and pineapple.
Finished very long on minerality, ginger, kiwi, and a spot-on 13.8% alcohol.
Paired perfectly with my New England clam chowder.
This is a magnificent, elegant, and Cali-contrary white wine; if you're looking for an over-oaked Chardonnay, this isn't it, but if you're looking for a perfectly balanced Cali rendition of Chablis, this is the one.

Groth Vineyards, why it's a "go to" winery.
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Friday, October 26, 2018

Louis Jadot 2015 Pouilly Fuissé




Louis Jadot 2015 Pouilly Fuissé, $19.54-$24.99, 89 points, poured a medium gold color with green highlights and clearing way before the glass edge.
Smells were near silent, but shy floral notes, pome fruit, and the faintest vanilla were pleasant.
The medium body showed excellent acidity, and conveyed rather neutral flavors of kiwi, dragon fruit, lemon zest, ginger, and an overarching flintiness.
Finished well on the fading palate with residual, Chardonnay specific grape, trace vanilla, and a balanced 13.5% alcohol.
Paired perfectly with my fried Icelandic captain's cod.

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Pouilly Fuissé, A French Regional Indicative Chardonnay


Though my own experience with Pouilly Fuissé wines is rather limited, I do need to Index these wines as I find more of these rather uncommon (in New Hampshire) Chardonnays, and as Chablis has increased in availability, hopefully so will Pouilly Fuissé.
Santé à toi




Albert Bichot 2016 Pouilly Fuissé, $18.69-$24.99, 89 points

Domaine J. A. Ferret 2017 Pouilly Fuissé, $28.04-$34.99, 90 points

Jean-Jacques Vincent "Marie Antoinette" Grand Vin 2015 Pouilly Fuissé, $21.24-$27.99, 92 points

Joseph Drouhin 2016 Pouilly Fuissé, $21.24- $24.99, 90 points

Laboure Roi "Vallon d'Or" Pouilly Fuissé 2009 Chardonnay $11.99-$17.99, 89 points

Louis Jadot 2015 Pouilly Fuissé, $19.54-$24.99, 89 points

Maison Louis Latour Grand Vin 2016 Pouilly Fuissé, $18.69-$23.99, 89 points



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Thursday, October 25, 2018

Jean-Jacques Vincent "Marie Antoinette" Grand Vin 2015 Pouilly Fuissé




Jean-Jacques Vincent "Marie Antoinette" Grand Vin 2015 Pouilly Fuissé,  $21.24-$27.99, 92 points, poured a bright bold gold color with a yellow cast and clearing at the glass edge.
Soft aromas of wet-stoniness and pome blossoms were delightful.
Medium-bodied with good acidity and a faithful palate rendition of the aromas carried deep into the long finish with hints of lychee, a striking ginger flavor, and a spot-on 13.5% alcohol.
Paired perfectly with my vegetables in a cheddar cheese sauce, and my Yellow-fin tuna salad.

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Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Martin Ray Russian River 2016 Chardonnay



Martin Ray Russian River 2016 Chardonnay, $14.44-$18.99, 89 points, was a medium brass color with a green sheen grading a light yellow toward the glass shallows.
Aromas of apple pie with a dollop of vanilla and cantaloupe were okay.
Near full-bodied with fair-plus acidity reflected flavors of the aromas accent by a touch of yeastiness and manifesting this Chardonnay's pedigree as being California.
Finished well with a good dose of white pepper nuanced with hints of lemon, apple, and peach.
The appropriate 13.8% alcohol was balanced and unobtrusive.
Paired perfectly our fried chicken.

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Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Marina Cvetic 2014 Montepulciano d'Abruzzo (DOC)





Marina Cvetic 2014 Montepulciano d'Abruzzo (DOC), $14.44-$28.99, 89 points, poured a blackish purple/red (almost Shiraz-like) with a clear wine ring and moderate stained legs.
Amazingly stable aromas of dusty boysenberry jam nuanced with dark chocolate, sweet cinnamon, and red cherry were welcoming.
Near full-bodied with good acidity and a comfortable plank of tannin managed to deliver a rather earthy array of black fruit, plum, truffle, and black tea.
Finished on a rather prolonged rendition of the palate, quite dry, and tasty with a robust 14% alcohol.
Paired okay with our pepperoni pizza.

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Monday, October 22, 2018

Carmel Road Monterey 2014 Riesling




Carmel Road Monterey 2014 Riesling, $8.99-$10.99, 86 points, was a light gold color clearing toward the glass shallows.
The nose was a petrol attack with apple debris and a vestigial pear note.
The light body, not quite dry, white wine with mouthwatering acidity reclaimed from the obtrusive petrol flavor the more balanced guava, dusty tangerine, and ginger flavors which carried deep into the fair finish punctuated by a well-integrated 13% alcohol.
Paired nicely with our Chinese cuisine.

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Sunday, October 21, 2018

Browne Family Vineyard Columbia Valley 2013 Merlot


Wow!
 October is Merlot month,
 and I've not had a straight Merlot all month,
 but with this generous Browne Family Vineyards Merlot, I've more than rectified my negligence.



Browne Family Vineyard Columbia Valley 2013 Merlot, $18.69-$39.99, 90 points, poured an opaque ruby red shading purple toward the transparent meniscus and heavily stained-tear laden bowl.
The herbaceous aroma was nicely nuanced with juniper.
Full-bodied with fair-plus acidity and softly supportive tannins accented the lush mouth-feel, and carried generous flavors of cola, milk chocolate, blackberry, and blueberry.
Finished well on the fading palate, red licorice, and a hot pepper spice turbo-charged with a 14.2% warm alcohol.
Paired perfectly with our ordinary cheese burgers.


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Saturday, October 20, 2018

New Hampshire Wineman~An Old man's Trek Into "Wine Country" revisited.



Since some viewers are interested in how I got involved with wine, I thought it a good time to repost my 2015 autobiographical post on my intro to wine and where it has lead to; maybe this will strike a cord in those interested in more than just a wine review.
New Hampshire Wineman~An Old man's Trek Into "Wine Country"

Cerulli Spinozzi Torre Migliori 2012 Montepulciano d'Abruzzo Colline Teramane





Cerulli Spinozzi (Winery) Torre Migliori (Vineyard) 2012 Montepulciano (Varietal) d'Abruzzo (Appellation) Colline Teramane (Sub zone), $13.99-$16.99, 91 points, poured core black grading a deep purple/red toward the clear wine ring and moderately draped bowl.
Smells began with a hint of funk, but quickly shook that off for aromas of toasty black fruit, iodine, cedar, and a floral vibe.
Near full-bodied with good acidity and supportive fine grainy tannins delivered delicious flavors of cherry cola, black fruit, and red licorice.
Finished long on the trailing palate, intense pepper spices, a hint of mint, and a well-balanced 13.5% alcohol.
Paired perfectly with my spaghetti and beef meatballs.
A total value Italian red wine.

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Friday, October 19, 2018

Rombauer Vineyards Napa Valley 2017 Sauvignon Blanc





Rombauer Vineyards Napa Valley 2017 Sauvignon Blanc, $16.99-$24.99, 90 points, was a light brass color with green highlights.
Aromas of sweet hay, cilantro, passion fruit, and pome blossoms were excellent.
Light-bodied (bone dry) with mouthwatering acidity and unfolding concentrated flavors reflective of the aromas were seamlessly followed by the fair finish nuanced with ginger, citrus, and a solid 14.4% alcohol.

Sauvignon Blanc 2017 (Cali)

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Thursday, October 18, 2018

Faust Napa Valley 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon





Faust Napa Valley 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon, $49.49-$54.99, 93 points, poured a deep purple/red grading more to the red at the broad clear meniscus and heavily draped bowl.
The complex and concentrated bouquet included, but was not limited to, blueberries, juniper, Bordeaux lily, savory, and cinnamon; I wasn't as pleased as this list might imply.
Full-bodied (silky) with good acidity and solid/dense and remarkably smooth tannins delivered violet, blackberry liqueur, and red raspberry flavors through a storm of hot cinnamon spice and accelerating pepper spices that worked well with the 14.9% alcohol in the never-ending moderately dry finish.
Paired well with my meatball sub.

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2015 California Cabernet Sauvignon wines tasted



2015 California Cabernet Sauvignon wines tasted.


I have the same problems with drinking young Cabernet Sauvignon wines as I do drinking young Bordeaux red wines. However there are occasions when that will happen, and though I haven't seen a plethora of the 2015 vintage from California in particular, I will want to Index my reviews; so here on a cool October evening I'll do just that.

Austin Hope Paso Robles 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon, $41.30-$50.99, 91 points

Beringer Knights Valley 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon, $30.59-$35.99, 92 points

Cabrillo Napa Valley 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon, $19.99-$39.99, 90 points

Chateau Montelena Napa Valley 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon, $47.59-$55.99, 89 points

Faust Napa Valley 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon, $49.49-$54.99, 93 points

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Giorgio Carnevale De La Rocchetta 2016 Barbera d'Asti (DOCG)





Giorgio Carnevale De La Rocchetta 2016 Barbera d'Asti (DOCG), $12.99-$14.99, 87 points, showed a deep sienna color with a broad clear wine ring and light glass draping.
Aromas were a lovely cornucopia of fruits dominated by blueberry, red raspberry, and juniper nuanced with a floral vibe.
Medium-bodied with good acidity and a thin underlayment of tannin delivered a toned-downed reflection of the aromas.
Finished fair and floral with easy pepper spices and a balanced 14% alcohol. 

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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Château Monbousquet St. Émilion Grand Cru Classé 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine





Château Monbousquet St. Émilion Grand Cru Classé 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $51.49-$63.99, 94 points, poured from stem to stern an impregnable purple/red with a broad clear meniscus and stained arching sheets.
Herbal aromas were well nuanced with coffee, cocoa, cinnamon, and toasty blackberry.
Full-bodied with good acidity and firm, but surprisingly manageable tannins righteously translated the aromas throughout the palate.
Finished long on a full-throttled pepper spice assault bolstered by the bold 14.5% alcohol.
Varietals were 60% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Franc, and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon.
Paired perfectly with my spiced rack of Australian lamb.


Bordeaux Red Wine Vintage 2015
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Bordeaux Red Wine Vintage 2015


To Drink Or Not To Drink Bordeaux Red Wine Vintage 2015?
Definitely 20 years too young, but some say that those fruit-forward wine lovers shouldn't hesitate to drink 'Right-bank' (Merlot based) Saint-Émilion, Pomerol,
and Fronsac red wines now.
Below (before the 2015
Château Monbousquet) I've tasted five value 2015 Bordeaux red wines, and I was impressed by the lowly $5-$18 Bordeaux red wines; it's oft said that in a great vintage, lesser Bordeaux wines tend to be rewarding.

Well, I have no intention of drinking most of these wines for years to come, but if I have more than one bottle of the same wine, all bets are off.
After all, the 'more' fortunate among us get to taste these wines out of the barrel.




Aurore De Dauzac Grand Vin Margaux 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $29.69-$32.99, 90 points

Château Barde-Haut Saint-Émilion Grand Cru Classé 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $37.39-$43.99, 95 points

Château Belle-Vue Haut-Medoc 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $17.84-$20.99, 91 points

Château Bolaire 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $12.32-$14.99, 86 points

Château Branaire-Ducru Saint-Julien Grand Cru Classé 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $48.87-$57.99, 93 points

Château Canon-la-Gaffelière Premier Grand Cru Classé de Saint-Émilion 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $89.97-$105.49, 96 points

Château Canon Pécresse Fronsac Grand Vin 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $20.39-$23.99, 92 points

Château Cantemerle, Grand Cru Classé en 1855, Haut-Médoc 2015 Red Bordeaux, $33.99-$39.99, 94 points

Château Clinet Pomerol 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $101.49-$116.49, 97 points

Château Couhins Grand Vin Pessac-Léognan 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine Red Wine, $24.22-$28.49, 91 points

Chateau David Beaulieur 2015 Bordeaux Superieur, $9.99-$11.99, 86 points

Château Dalem Fronsac 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $22.52-$26.49, 92 points

Château De Beauregard~Ducourt Grand Vin 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $9.99-$11.99, 87 points

Château De Béchaud Saint-Émilion Grand Cru 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $25.99-$26.99, 90 points

Château de Camarsac (Thierry Lurton) Bordeaux Supérieur 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, average price is $15.00, 90 points

Château de Camensac Haut-Médoc 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $31.44-$36.99, 90 points

Château Des Gravettes Graves Grand Vin 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $9.99-$19.99, 89 points

Château du Retout Haut-Médoc 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $14.02-$16.49, 90 points

Château Ethyan Saint-Émilion Grand Cru 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $25.49-$29.99, 86 points

Château Ferran Pessac-léognan 2015 Red Bordeaux, $16.57-$19.49, 90 points

Château Fleur Cardinale, Saint-Émilion, Grand Cru Classé 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $43.77-$51.49, 96 points

Château Fombrauge Bernard Magrez St. Émilion Grand Cru Classé 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $27.62-$32.49, 90 points

Château Franc Mayne Saint-Émilion Grand Cru Classé 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $34.42-$40.49, 92 points

Château Godeau Saint Émilion Grand Cru 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $19.54-$22.99, 92 points

Château Grand Corbin-Despagne St. Émilion Grand Cru Classé 2015 Red Bordeaux, $32.72-$38.49, 92 points

Château Grand-Pontet St. Émilion Grand Cru Classé 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $29.32-$34.49, 93 points

Château Haut-Bergey Pessac-Léognan 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $24.22-$28.49, 88 points

Château Haut Boutisse Saint-Émilion Grand Cru 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $28.99-$31.49, 90 points

Château Haut-Brisson Saint-Émilion Grand Cru 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $22.94-$26.99, 94 points

Château Haut Cadet Saint-Émilion 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $14.87-$17.49, 88 points

Château Haut-Chaigneau LaLande De Pomerol 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $19.12-$22.49, 91 points

Château Haut-Pezat St. Émilion Grand Cru 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $22.49-$24,99, 93 points

Château La Clotte Saint-Émilion Grand Cru Classé 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $74.79-$87.99, 93 points

Château La Coudraie 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $17.09-$18.88, 86 points

Château La Fleur De Boüard Lalande-de-Pomerol 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $31.87-$37.49, 94 points

Château La Gaffelière 1er Grand Cru Classé Saint-Émilion 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $67.14-$78.99, 95 points

Château La Grange Clinet Grande Reserve 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $11.69-$12.99, 90 points 

Château La Sergue LaLande De Pomerol 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $29.32-$34.49, 92 points

Château la Verrière Grand Vin Supérieur 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $14.39-$15.99, 87 points

Château Larcis Ducasse 1er Grand Cru Classé de Saint-Émilion 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $75.64-$88.99, 95 points

Château Les Granges Vin De Bordeaux 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $14.49, 87 points

Château Lieujean Haut-Médoc Cru Bourggois 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $13.49-$14.99, 87 points

Château Malartic Lagraviere Grand Cru Classé De Graves Pessac-Léognan 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $56.09-$65.99, 91 points

Château Marjosse 2015 Grand Vin Bordeaux, $11.47-$13.49, 88 points

Château Monbousquet St. Émilion Grand Cru Classé 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $51.49-$63.99, 94 points

Château Montlabert Saint-Émilion Grand Cru 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $21.67-$25.49, 92 points

Château Montrose La Dame De Montrose Saint-Estèphe 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $42.92-$50.49, 93 points

Château Moulin de Curat Puisseguin Saint-Émilion 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $16.99-$18.99, 88 points

Château Plantey Cru Bourgeois Pauillac 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $28.79-$31.99, 91 points

Château Quinault L'Enclos Grand Cru de Saint-Émilion 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $36.97-$43.49, 91 points

Château Smith Haut Lafitte Pessac-Léognan Grand Cru Classé 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $99.02-$116.49, 97 points

Château Teyssier 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $19.54-$22.99, 89 points

Château Tour St. Christophe St. Émilion Grand Cru 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $27.62-$32.49, 92 points

Château Trianon Grand Cru de Saint-Émilion 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $25.49-$29.99, 90 points

Château Violette Moulis-en-Médoc Grand Vin De 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $17.99-$19.99, 90 points

Clos Fourtet 'La Closerie de Fourtet' St. Émilion Grand Cru 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $28.89-$33.99, 94 points

La Petite Echoppe 2015 Bordeau Red Wine, $4.99-$9.99, 87 points

Les Hauts de Lagarde 2015 Bordeaux Red Wine, $10.99-$12.99, 87 points






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