Tasting Notes Which wine is the most noted? Which is best paired with Brie? Take note of which wines people are talking about.
March 09, 2014
Livermore has a few hidden gems (some have already been mentioned). Some of my favorites that haven't
been mentioned are Thomas Coyne (great Rhone varieties) and Longevity (white wine perfect for a nice
February 27, 2014
Cassis, Blackberry, Blueberry, Dark Chocolate,
March 06, 2014
FYI, the link to Bar Bordeaux is failing, possibly because the prefix "www" is missing.
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Most Noted Wines
- March 30, 2009
Very sweet and tasty dessert wine.
- February 05, 2010
I was excited about this wine because I really enjoyed the Crocodillo. However this is a big wine in need of a big meal.Great full wine for a lower alcohol wine. Fruity on the nose with a crisp finish.
- January 21, 2013
I routinely scamper away from wine at this price point but found myself alone with a glass of it at a family gathering during the recent holiday. Very impressed by what it brings to palate. Earthy grip, dirt, rocks, sand, gravel, all good, especially for such a low priced wine. Some fruit but complexities are the star. Even detected southern Dominican cigar wrapper and variety of spices on finish. Bravo, Thorny Devil, Bravo
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People of Note
December 31, 1969
What a rich and hedonistic nose with molten chocolate, cacao and jammy black fruits in a wash of perfumed and tending toward floral aromas; same in the mouth; perhaps as rich and hedonistic as this wine can get without being a spread for croissants; powerful black fruit flavors are ripe and jammy, but avoid becoming too fleshy; there is a solid acidic core backed up by solid tannins that have a dry, earthen character; all-in-all a well-nigh perfect example of this wine.
December 31, 1969
I quite enjoyed this bottle. It was a little earthy, damp, and acidic for me, a bit bigger than my ideal bottle, but i appreciated its complexity and size.
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