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Kuleto Estate - Cabernet Sauvignon
Rather yummy. Big enough for a chili dusted steak served with a mushroom chili sauce. Highly recommend!
Kuleto Estate - Chardonnay
This is an elegant estate chardonnay. Pale yellow in color with aromas of yellow apples, sauteed pears, green almonds and cream. With a little time in the glass, notes of jasmine orange flower and grilled pineapple appear. Tremendous length
Ridge - Grenache Lytton Estate
The outstanding 2001 Syrah Lytton Estate (include 1% Viognier in the blend) boasts a saturated purple color as well as uplifting aromas of blackberries, black currants, licorice, vanilla, and forest floor. Dense, with medium to full-body, supple tannin, good viscosity, and a long finish, this beauty will drink well for 7-8 years
Ridge - Zinfandel Pagani Ranch Late Picked
Intense and full-bodied, with firm acid and well-defined tannins.
Ridge - Geyserville
76% Zinfandel; 18% Carignane; 6% Petite Sirah. Geyserville bottlings typically have an uncanny knack for being very ripe, very deep and quite friendly at one and the same time, and this rich, fully extracted effort is all of the above. It brings together loads of brambly, blackberry fruit, creamy oak and subtle notes of dark chocolate, and it sports just enough tannin to give spine to its essentially supple style. Its accessible richness is bound to tempt early drinking, but, as experience has repeatedly taught with this property, the wine will develop famously for a good many years yet.
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