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I am a student at Santa Rosa Junior College who is finishing the science and math classes necessary for entrance into the Viticulture and Enology program at UC Davis.
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Michael* 87

2007 Chapoutier - Cotes du Rhone Belleruche Rouge
First Rhone experience: Deep, dried red berries mingled with musty, earthy tones. A solid, acidic backbone combine with a deceivingly smooth tannic structure to yield an intensely, interesting wine.


(Tasted Sep 10, 2010)

Michael* 85

2006 Joseph Drouhin - Bourgogne Laforet
This being my first Burgundy, I'll describe it virtually subjectively: Earthy, faint red berry aromas, with a slightly smoky, cherry flavor on the palate. A light bodied pinot with a light tannic structure. Not exactly my cup of tea but I'm curious to learn more upon tasting more from this region!


(Tasted May 10, 2009)

Michael* 90

2007 Cave de Lugny - Macon-Lugny Les Charmes
A medium-bodied chard with sour apple and light citrus notes. Solid acidic character with little to zero oak here, which helps drive its pleasant crispness. Overall - quite nice, especially for 12.99!


(Tasted Sep 11, 2010)

Michael* 85

2006 Greenwood Ridge - Sauvignon Blanc
Sour apple and pronounced minerality are found on the nose as well as an almost vegetative quality. Mild tropical fruit in the mouth in a crisp, med body with a quick finish. Nice amount of oak but nothing truly exciting here, albeit decent for the price.


(Tasted May 10, 2009)

Michael* 86

2007 Chateau Ste Michelle - Dry Riesling
Spicy butterscotch and a good dose of honey dominate the nose, while tangy, bright citrus and subdued peaches mingle in the mouth. Despite the lower than preferred acidity, it managed to maintain a decent balance in a light but adequate body of goodness.


(Tasted May 2, 2009)

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