Sunday, December 31, 2017

De Chanceny Crémant de Loire Brut Méthode traditionnelle NV Sparkling Wine (France)







De Chanceny Crémant de Loire Brut Méthode traditionnelle NV Sparkling Wine (France), $11.69-12.99, 87 points, began by failing the 'bubble test', showing relatively little effervescence and what there was, though continuous, were large sized bubbles; the color was a medium glossy gold.
The aromas were shy and unusually floral with sweet wheat and apple notes; really quite nice.
Light-bodied with good acidity, but lacking sparkling wine vitality did not preclude it from being delicious, which it was;
Flavors of fresh-baked bread, red-delicious apple, and a hint of lime were quite good.
Finished well with a touch of tongue-tingling ginger, the trailing palate, and a dry 12.5% alcohol.
Varietals were 15% Cabernet Franc, 15% Chardonnay, and 70% Chenin Blanc.
I bought this bubbly at the Whole Foods of Bedford.

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Planeta 2015 Chardonnay (Sicilia, Italy)





Planeta 2015 Chardonnay (Sicilia, Italy), $22.94-$26.99, 91 points, was a dark straw yellow color.
With aromas of finessed white flowers, pear, wood, and sea, I'd say this is one of the best I've had the pleasure of serving.
At more than medium-bodied, more than good acidity, and fine flavors of trace tropical fruit and a hint of citrus followed-up by flavors reflective of the aromas, this Italian Chardonnay has won my heart.
Finished long and well-balanced on slightly sour pome fruit, ginger notes, and a beware-of 14% alcohol.
Paired perfectly with our fried chicken dinner.

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Produttori del 2013 Barbaresco DOCG (Piedmont, Italy)





Produttori del 2013 Barbaresco DOCG (Piedmont, Italy), $25.49-$32.99, 92 points, poured a rainbow of cranberry reds with a broad clear wine ring at the rim, and a glass bowl sheeted with clinging moderate waves and legs.
Aromas of sweet red cherry, red raspberry, and a trace of floral tea were light and fragrant.
Light-bodied with a tannic kick or grip and good acidity struck a contrasting sense of 'fullness'; no feminine Nebbiolo here.
Nuanced through the forged structure fog was sufficient fruit and tea flavors as to mollify any 'meanness', and hints of citrus and flowers showed real complexity.
Finished long, tart, tannic with some safe pepper spice and a potent 14% alcohol.

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Saturday, December 30, 2017

Château Beau Rivage De By Médoc 2014 Bordeaux Red Wine




Château Beau Rivage De By Médoc 2014 Bordeaux Red Wine,  $8.99-$11.99, 84 points, poured an opaque sienna color with a thin clear wine ring and a moderately draped glass bowl.
Aromas of floral plum and mulberry were just okay for me.
Medium-bodied with good acidity and astringent tannins made the somewhat 'green' mulberry and trailing plum flavors seem a bit thin.
Finished long on the trailing palate, light spice notes, and an innocuous 12.5% alcohol.
Varietals were a blend of 60% Cabernet Sauvignon and 40% Merlot.
Just maybe with a few years, this Château Beau Rivage will make an acceptable red table wine.

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Château Malartic Lagraviere Grand Cru Classé De Graves Pessac-Léognan 2014 Bordeaux Red Wine




Château Malartic Lagraviere Grand Cru Classé De Graves Pessac-Léognan 2014 Bordeaux Red Wine,  $41.64-$48.99, 93 points, poured core black grading ruby to purple/red at the clear wine ring and lightly draped glass bowl.
Aromatic blackberry, rose pedal, cedar, and coffee notes were excellent.
Full-bodied with good acidity and firm grainy tannins managed nicely tweaked Kahlua, generous black fruit jam, and a hint of plum.
Finished dry, long, and a tad astringent with mild warm spice and a spot-on 13.5% alcohol.
Paired perfectly with my Australian grass-fed rib eye steak.
Varietals were 52% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Franc, and 3% Petit Verdot.     


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Friday, December 29, 2017

Domaine Fond Croze Côtes-du-Rhône Village "Les Vieux Ceps de Raymond" 2014 Carignan Red Wine





Domaine Fond Croze Côtes-du-Rhône Village "Les Vieux Ceps de Raymond" 2014 Carignan Red Wine, $11.89-$27.99, 88 points, poured core black with spotty hints of purple reds until the broad clear wine ring and dense legs.
The nose was rather shut down, but a faint cedar potpourri peeked-out from the swishing and swirling.
The smooth near full body with good acidity and a mellow subterranean aquifer of tannins managed a supple array of nuanced black fruit flavors with oaky truffles.
Finished a bit chalky with a hint of plum, ripe blackberry, and a reasonable 14% alcohol.
Paired okay with my Mexican cuisine.
This Côtes-du-Rhône Village red wine was 100% Carignan, which is often used as a blending grape, and though known for red fruit flavors, I did not find that the case here.

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Thursday, December 28, 2017

Roux Père and Fils Bourgogne 2015 Chardonnay, (France)







Roux Père and Fils Bourgogne 2015 Chardonnay, (France), $16.14-$21.99 89 points, was a bright glossy gold color.
Aromas of apple pie and lemon zest were quite shy.
Just barely medium-bodied, the acidity was good and lent itself to the wine's flavors which were reflective of the aromas, an 'airy' and crisply refreshing, though one dimensional, character, aiding the deliciousness of this French Chardonnay.
Finished nicely on soft oak notes, intense ginger, and a modest European 12.5% alcohol.
Paired well with my ham steak, mac and cheese, and sautéed spinach.


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Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Cuvaison Kite Trail, Carneros, Napa Valley 2014 Chardonnay







Cuvaison Kite Trail, Carneros, Napa Valley 2014 Chardonnay, $18.69-$44.99, 87 points, was a medium straw yellow color.
Smells of dusty Chardonnay grape with hints of cantaloupe and orange peel were okay.
Medium-bodied with fair-plus acidity showed a more typical Cali oaked rendition of this white wine, but a bit of brine with caramel combined for interesting flavors at the close-out price.
Finished fair on the trailing palate, a hint of spearmint, and a spot-on 13.8% alcohol.
Paired just okay with my buttery spanakopita.

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Cloudy Bay Marlborough 2014 Chardonnay (New Zealand)





Cloudy Bay Marlborough 2014 Chardonnay (New Zealand), $19.54-$24.99, 90 points, was a pale straw yellow color.
Aromatic toasty honey and apple were excellent.
For me, this NZ Chardonnay was less than the label's full-body designation, but showed great acidity (unusual for a Chardonnay) with a touch of oak, but only a touch, and ripe peach, cantaloupe, and an interesting nuttiness.
Finished long on bright spicy ginger, Chardonnay typical grape flavor, and a well-balanced 13.5% alcohol.
Paired well with my Nantucket oysters on the half-shell, which surprised me.

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Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Gloria Ferrer Sonoma Brut NV Sparkling Wine





Gloria Ferrer Sonoma Brut NV Sparkling Wine, $9.00-$18.99, 90 points, poured with an explosive fizzy head of foam and continuous robust medium-sized bubbly activity; color was a very light pale brass.
Aromas were apple with a hint of vanilla and wood.
Along with the super effervescence, light-plus body, and bright acidity the rich ale-like flavors masked more subtle notes.
Finished long on a more nuanced vanilla, melon rind, wood, and apple flavors.
Alcohol was 12.5%.
The back label claims a 'black cherry' flavor, but I couldn't sense it.
Varietals were Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.
Paired perfectly with our traditional Chinese cuisine.

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Monday, December 25, 2017

Viña Marty 'Pirca' 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon (Chile)





Viña Marty 'Pirca' 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon (Chile), $11.89-$26.99, 91 points, poured core black grading mahogany red toward the broadly transparent wine ring and leggy glass bowl.
Aromas were furry warm and slightly sweet with a soft touch of lavender and mocha; impressive, though a tad ethereal.
Full-bodied and bearing bright acids with comfortable supportive tannins which carried a delicious balance of summer blackberries, coffee notes, and mulling spice.
Finished dry and long on the trailing palate, a well-balanced 13.5% alcohol, plum, and hints of white pepper.
Maybe the best South American Cabernet Sauvignon I've tasted, and one of the best values I've found.

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Casa del Valle 'Orquestal' 2011 Cabernet Sauvignon (La Mancha, Spain)







Casa del Valle 'Orquestal' 2011 Cabernet Sauvignon (La Mancha, Spain), $11.89-$28.99, 89 points, poured an opaque sienna color grading brighter at the bleeding clear wine ring and spiral sheeted glass wall.
Aromas of cedar, soft floral notes, and a bit of the farm were okay.
Medium-bodied with good acidity and a firm underlayment of tannin carried earthy truffle flavors with a touch of tobacco and loads, tons of peppery spice which followed-through deep into the finish nuanced with a hint of mint and pomegranate.
If you like pepper, this is a great value Cabernet Sauvignon.

Christmas is a beautiful expression of reconciliation, so let there be song!

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Sunday, December 24, 2017

Château Tanunda Barossa "Matthews Road" 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon







Château Tanunda Barossa "Matthews Road" 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon, $7.64-$19.99, 87 points, poured core black grading purple/red toward the clear wine ring and lightly draped glass bowl.
Shy aromas of herbal black currants and cedar were okay.
Medium-bodied with good acidity and a firm underlayment of tannin managed a plum flavored profile nuanced with black currants, licorice, and an unusual stone-fruit note.
Finished long and tart with pomegranate, mulberry, a bit peppery, and a Kanga ass kicking 14.5% alcohol.
Paired fine with my beefy Mexican cuisine.

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Zuccardi Q Uco Valley, Mendoza, 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon (Argentina)





Zuccardi Q Uco Valley, Mendoza, 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon (Argentina), $16.99-$19.99, 89 points, appeared inky black except for a thin ring of Shiraz purple/red, a clear wine ring, and moderately fat legs.
Aromatic earthy black olives, cassis, and a soft floral vibe were good.
Full-bodied with mouthwatering acids and a comfortable blanket (it must be cold outside) of tannin carried along flavors reflective of the aromas and hints of tobacco and plum.
Finished long and licoricey with warm spices, fig notes, and a well-balanced 14% alcohol.
Paired perfectly with our loaded Papa Gino's pizza.

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Saturday, December 23, 2017

Christmas Eve Is Tomorrow And 2018 Is Upon Us! Really?!!!




 
 
 
What's going on here is my going crazy with two days and counting of dangerous nasty and ominous weather!
What's a poor boy to do?
Well, this poor boy has shoveled, snow-blown, 'salted' (Ice Melt) the driveway, scrambled-up some 'wicked' good eggs, checked Vinogirl's blog twelve times, and watched too much Television.
Now for some serious blogging! 
Some New Englanders will enjoy what I found, and if you've visited here, you also might appreciate this nugget of wit!
NEW ENGLAND STATE STEREOTYPES
 
Next!
Some seriously strenuous and wizened wine blogging, and yes, winter is driving me to find 'hot' Cabernet Sauvignon wines from warm places!
 
 
 
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Château Potensac Médoc 2014 Bordeaux Red Wine



Château Potensac Médoc 2014 Bordeaux Red Wine, $22.52-$26.49, 89 points, poured an opaque purple/red grading ruby toward the broad clear wine ring and modestly draped glass bowl.
Lovely loam and lavender aromas were nuanced with warm brownies and ripe mulberry.
Medium-bodied with good acidity and stern tannins managed to reflect the aromas onto the palate with hints of plum and pomegranate.
Finished long and peppery with a more dominant earthy plum and a spot-on 13.5% alcohol.
Paired perfectly with our meat-lovers pizza.
Varietals were 40% Merlot, 39% Cabernet Sauvignon, 18% Cabernet Franc and 3% Petit Verdot.

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Friday, December 22, 2017

Domaine Terlato And Chapoutier Pyrenees Lieu-Dit Malakoff 2013 Shiraz





Domaine Terlato And Chapoutier Pyrenees Lieu-Dit Malakoff 2013 Shiraz, $16.99-$39.99, 88 points, poured black with purple highlights, a clear wine ring, and a glass bowl draped in moderate legs.
The complex bouquet showed earth, black pepper, black raspberry, licorice, and a slightly sour plum note.
Medium-plus body with good acidity and a firm underlayment of tannin managed flavors reflective of the bouquet.
Finished a bit chalky, quite spicy, and with a well-balanced 14% alcohol.

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Thursday, December 21, 2017

Château Fleur Cardinale, Saint-Émilion, Grand Cru Classé 2014 Bordeaux Red Wine


Château Fleur Cardinale, Saint-Émilion, Grand Cru Classé 2014 Bordeaux Red Wine, $37.82-$44.49, 96 points, poured core black grading opaque purple/red toward the broad clear wine ring and glass bowl of sweeping sheets of clinging residuum.
Dense aromas of roses, blackberry jam, sandalwood, and black olives were outstanding.
Full-bodied with good acidity and pervasive firm grainy tannins supported rich flavors of plum and black licorice following those reflective of the aromas.
Finished forever on the trailing palate, fig, warm intense spices, and a well-balanced 14% alcohol.
Varietals were 75% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Franc, and 5% Cabernet Sauvignon.
Paired perfectly with my baby-back ribs and roasted Brussels sprouts.


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Bordeaux Red Wine vintage 2014



Bordeaux Red Wine vintage 2014


 

Château Barde-Haut Saint-Émilion Grand Cru Classé 2014 Bordeaux Red Wine, $28.89-$33.99, 92 points

Château Beau Rivage De By Médoc 2014 Bordeaux Red Wine, $8.99-$11.99, 84 points

Château Canon-la-Gaffelière Premier Grand Cru Classé de Saint-Émilion 2014 Bordeaux Red Wine, $64.17-$75.49, 94+ points

Château Croix Cardinale, Saint-Émilion, Grand Cru 2014 Bordeaux Red Wine, $25.07-$29.49, 92 points

Château Faugères, Saint-Émilion, Grand Cru Classé 2014 Bordeaux Red Wine, $33.14-$38.99, 92 points

Château Fleur Cardinale, Saint-Émilion, Grand Cru Classé 2014 Bordeaux Red Wine, $37.82-$44.49, 96 points

Château Grand-Puy-Lacoste, Pauillac, Grand Cru Classé 2014 Bordeaux Red Wine, $59.49-$69.99, 95 points

Château Haut-Bergey Pessac-Léognan 2014 Bordeaux Red Wine, $22.52-$26.49, 91 points

Château La Couspaude Saint-Émilion Grand Cru Classé 2014 Bordeaux, $42.49-$49.99, 93 points

Château Lilian Ladouys Saint Estèphe 2014 Grand Vin Bordeaux, $18.27-$21.49, 89 points

Château Malartic Lagraviere Grand Cru Classé De Graves Pessac-Léognan 2014 Bordeaux Red Wine, $41.64-$48.99, 93 points

Château Malescot-St.-Exupéry Margaux 2014 Bordeaux Red Wine, $46.32-$54.49, 92 points

Château Monbousquet St. Émilion Grand Cru Classé 2014 Bordeaux Red Wine, $43.34-$50.99, 93 points

Château Potensac Médoc 2014 Bordeaux Red Wine, $22.52-$26.49, 89 points

Château Prieuré-Lichine, Margaux, Grand Cru Classé,2014 Bordeaux Red Wine, $34.84-$40.99, 92 points

Château Rauzan-Ségla, Margaux, Grand Cru Classé 2014 Bordeaux Red Wine, $59.49-$69.99, 92 points





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Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Christmas Eve 2017 Is Four Days Away



Christmas eve 2017 is four days away!
 
 
 
 
 
I'm tempted to add two more classy desirable red wines:
 
 
 
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Matua Marlborough, New Zealand 2016 Sauvignon Blanc



 

Matua Marlborough, New Zealand 2016 Sauvignon Blanc, $8.95-$13.99, 89 points, was a medium brass color.
Aromatic fresh-cut grass, passion fruit, and gooseberry were outstanding.
This was an unmistakably New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc accented with a crisp acidic body which carried tart lively flavors of grapefruit, passion fruit, and lemon oil.
Finished long on the trailing palate, gooseberry, cumquat, and a perky 13% alcohol.
Paired perfectly with My Icelandic cod.

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Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Two Hands Angel's Share 2015 Shiraz



Two Hands Angel's Share 2015 Shiraz, $28.99-$36.99, 91 points, poured basically black grading deep purple/red and finally blood-red at the broad clear wine ring and glass bowl dripping with fat legs.
Smells of rich ripe blackberries and earthy black grapes were good.
The silky full-body spiked with mouthwatering acidity and dense soft tannins showed a bounty of blackberries, plums, truffle, and black cherry flavors.
Finished dry after the blast of fruit, and finished long on spicy pepper, subtle fig/pomegranate notes, and a potent 14.5% alcohol.
This Angel's Share was a damn good wine and complemented my Mexican cuisine perfectly.

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Monday, December 18, 2017

MollyDooker McLaren Vale, Australia (The Violinist) 2016 Verdelho





MollyDooker McLaren Vale (The Violinist) 2016 Verdelho, $18.69-$21.99, 90 points, poured a deep glossy gold color.
Beautifully perfumed white blossoms and stark alcohol wedded in a tumult of feminine/masculine lover's quarrel, but subtle hints of tropical fruit gave reprieve.
Near full-bodied with fair-plus acidity managed to make meaningful the conflicted aromas translated onto the palate marked by mango and dried guava flavors.
Finished long and spicy with a hot 15.5% alcohol and a kiss of dragon fruit.
Paired well with my sautéed Maritime Halibut.

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Sunday, December 17, 2017

Penfolds South Australia "Max's" 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon





Penfolds South Australia "Max's" 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon, $16.99-$23.99, 90 points, poured basically black bearing dense glass drapes and a broad clear wine ring.
Aromatic blackberry liqueur with a hint of juniper and a soft floral vibe were good.
Full-bodied with bright acidity and firm, fine, and favorable tannins supported a delicious package of aroma mirrored flavors nuanced with coffee, tobacco, and plum notes.
Finished long on easy warm spice, a hint of pomegranate, and a potent 14.5% alcohol.
Like the MAX'S Shiraz/Cabernet, the bottle is sheathed in this red-skin of a marketing package, but the wine inside here is considerably better (JMO).


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Wines From Down Under aka Terra Australis Incognita



Wines from 'Down Under', aka Terra Australis Incognita or just plain Australia have been staple wines since the genesis of my wine adventures.
 
 
 
So why have I only tasted five Australian wines all year? Maybe it's because there are so many wines and so little time; maybe because almost half of the Australian wines I tasted this year were less than satisfactory, but that can't tarnish "the blood (that) is worth bottling" outrageously great wines from Australia which were formative and keeps me coming back.
For whatever reason, I'm seeking out a few boomerang Aussie wines to refresh my love of what they do as well any other country: turn grapes into wine, and when I'm done, "she'll be apples."
 
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Saturday, December 16, 2017

Château Grand-Puy-Lacoste, Pauillac, Grand Cru Classé 2014 Bordeaux Red Wine





Château Grand-Puy-Lacoste, Pauillac, Grand Cru Classé 2014 Bordeaux Red Wine, $59.49-$69.99, 95 points, poured core black grading purple/red toward the transparent wine ring and light sheeting on the glass bowl.
Earthy black fruit, red currants, and hints of coffee liqueur were good.
Full-bodied with bright acidity and gripping fine tannins carried succulent nuanced flavors of anise, plums, figs, and coffee with more pronounced truffle, pomegranate, and black currant.
Finished long on escalating drying tannins, the trailing palate, violets, white pepper notes, and a spot-on 13.5% alcohol.
Paired perfectly with our saucy Italian cuisine.
Just a scoring note: two other visiting wine tasters scored this Bordeaux 93 and 94 points.




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Friday, December 15, 2017

Notable 2016 Chardonnay (South Eastern Australia)






Notable 2016 Chardonnay (South Eastern Australia), $11.89-$16.99, 89 points, was a solid brass color.
Aromatic apple, honeysuckle, and mint, were nuanced with a hint of vanilla.
Medium to medium-plus bodied with fair acidity seemed to carry more oak than the label scale would indicate, but that aside, this Notable 2016 Chardonnay was well-tuned with an ensemble of oak, fruit, and flowers on the palate gestalt.
Finished long with unusual flavors of coffee, fig, and a spirited 13.5% alcohol inspired ginger.
Harmonized perfectly with my roast chicken and green vegetable chorus.

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Thursday, December 14, 2017

Pighin Terre Di Risano, Grave de Friuli, Italy 2016 Sauvignon Blanc (D.O.C.)

 
 

Pighin Terre Di Risano Grave de Friuli, Italy 2016 Sauvignon Blanc (D.O.C.), $10.19-$22.99, 89 points, was a medium glossy gold color.
Aromas were a subtle array of lemongrass, pear, and stone fruit which adeptly translated onto the palate packaged in a light-plus body reminiscent of Sancerre opposed to Cali or New Zealand styled Sauvignon Blanc; not showing blaring acidity or booming citrus, but delicious nuanced fruit and minerality.
Finished well on a light 13% alcohol garnished with lively ginger.
Paired perfectly with my New England clam chowder.


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