Most of the country is getting into rose’ season (like there’s a limited time for it. HA!), and the 2018 Ferraton Pere & Fils Cotes-du-Rhone Samorens Rose’ isn’t a bad way to welcome hot, humid days and warm nights.
Getting back into the swing of writing with a single-varietal Syrah from the Northern Rhone region. Lots of berry notes, with a few surprises on the finish that really made the wine something special.
Getting to try the newest vintage of a wine is always fun. So how did the 2016 Trivento Amado Sur Malbec stack up to the 2014?
Time to play catch-up, and I start with the 2017 Ferraton Pere & Fils Cotes-du-Rhone Villages Plan de Dieu. So is it worth picking up as we get ready to start counting calories again?
The new vintage of Washington Locations from Dave Phinney – the WA5. Sure, the bottles continue to be a bit on the large side, but it’s what inside that counts. Click through to see what I thought.
A bigger, bolder blend, the 2015 Cashmere Black Magic takes the Red Blend and adds some Petite Sirah. Does that make it better?