A budget-friendly Bordeaux that’s easy to sip by itself but would pair well with a range of foods? Aren’t you interested to learn more?
It’s my annual chance to drink a really expensive bottle of wine, and I gotta say, the 2015 Don Melchor Cabernet Sauvignon is hella worth it. Don’t believe me?
Is bourbon barrel-aging wines a gimmick? Sure, but that doesn’t mean it’s all bad. See what I thought of the 2016 Exitus and how they pulled it off.
An easy drinking Cabernet Sauvignon? That’s good. An easy drinking Cabernet Sauvignon with bright flavors and soft tannins that you won’t regret picking up? That’s really good.
Variety: 92% Cabernet Sauvignon; 8% Cabernet Franc Region: Alto Maipo Valley, Chile Cost: $125 (SRP) Winemaker’s Notes: Excellent expression of Cabernet Sauvignon’s characteristic red fruit aromas followed by […]
A big cabernet as we finally head into Fall? Picking up this wine is no Faustian deal (I hate myself for that).