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Aromatically the wine has a floral perfume, with notes of bright red fruits and hints of wild herbs. On the palate, the wine has juicy pomegranate seeds along with a structure of finesse and elegance.
Juicy cherry notes grace the palate and combine seamlessly with anise and hibiscus, ending on a savory. The palate is round and full of textural, mouth-coating tannins balanced by a bright acidity. Soft tannins, fresh berries and structured earth.
Fresh aromas of eucalyptus and vibrant red and black fruits. The palate follows the nose and finishes with a thread of softer tannins than you would expect from Napa Valley Cabernet.
Beautifully complex and rich aromatics of bright cassis and ripe red fruit jump out of the glass upon first encounter. This wine opens with bright raspberry, softening through the mid-palate with notes of toffee, cocoa, and crème brulee.
Cassis-currant aromas, the classic notes of Rutherford Dust, earthen flavors of cedar and black olive and a velvety, plush mouthfeel.
Aromas of blackberry and plum along with dusty earth and leather with hints of bay leaf and baking spices. On the palate, layers of cassis, boysenberry and black cherry. The refined, beautifully integrated tannins create a balanced long lush finish.
Red fruits fill the palate with a subtle hint of peppermint. Balanced acidity with threads of dried herbs. The finish is still packed full of wonderful fruit with a hint of Smokey bbq on the finish.
Aromas of black fruits, peppercorns, dried lavender, minty herb, crushed violets, and forest floor. Plate of black raspberry, pomegranate, damson plum, liquid violets, embers, and mixed spices
Violets, raspberry coulis and the beautiful perfume of fresh berries. The nose is intoxicating. It’s all about the purity of the fruit with the added complexity of a bush track in summer. Medium-bodied, velvety, plush, even and long. Lovely earthy tannins clean up the finish. Nothing overblown, all in balance.
Aromatics of blackberry, boysenberry and fresh raspberry with notes of cocoa powder, cardamom, toasty cedar and nutmeg. On the palate, brambly layers of black cherry, blackberry and boysenberry, with nuances of coriander, and espresso. Bright acidity complimented by a long, lingering finish. The tannins are structured, but soft, and lend a round, rich mouthfeel.
Kumquat, exotic spice, wild strawberries, raspberries, Rainier cherry. Time in glass reveals guava nectar, orange creamsicle, and traces of smoked meat, saddle, and graphite
On the nose this wine is beautifully floral with hints of plum and fresh red fried with a bit of spice at the end. Light mouth feel for this big bold Malbec and still giving it a polished tannic finish.
Abraxas’ aromas and flavors transport you to a garden party in the South with floral hints of lilac, gardenia, magnolia flowers and fresh fruit notes of apricot or white peach, pear and lychee backed by classic Riesling mineral characteristics and hints of lime. The citrus notes add a crisp and refreshingly long finish.
This wine is almost too easy to drink with a lovely fruity mid palate. With high toned grapefruit and sultry tropical fruit on the palate the acidity keeps this wine balanced and easy to drink.
Opens with cinnamon and ripe peach, bolstered by aromas of melon, fig, and pear. More fruity than floral upon release, there’s nonetheless plenty of honeysuckle and spice, softening to green apple and vanilla. Initially fused with lemon curd and ripe orange, there’s dynamic tension transitioning to the midpalate between the suppleness of summer stonefruit and the austere acid beneath. The citrus lingers as well, amidst a billowy texture that bolsters the bare minerality, contrasted only by the whisper-soft hint of fresh baked bread.
It is bright with notes of exotic citrus as well as Bosc pear, lemon zest, orange cream, white flowers and mineral notes. On the palate, it is richly textured yet replete with acidity.
Displays flavors of ripe pineapple and vibrant minerality accompanied by mouth-watering natural acidity typically found in Peters Vineyard. This Chardonnay is elegant enough to pair with delicate foods and delicious enough to drink by itself.
Fragrant aromas of white peach, melon, and nectarine. Complex, boasting flavors of citrus, peach, fig, honey, and spice. Well-balanced with a creamy texture and a firm structure. Very lightly oaked. A savory minerality shows in the long finish.
An elegant nose of apricots cut with lemon, Asian spices, and crushed rock. The mouth is balanced right between Viognier and Grenache Blanc character, with flavors of nectarine and lemon verbena. A clean, fresh, and elegant finish rounds out the wine, leaving a lingering impression of sea spray minerality.
It embraces concentrated tropical fruit flavors of passion fruit, pineapple, and notes of citrus complimented with fresh lemongrass. Juicy and dry with a nice acidity makes for the perfect spring/ summer time treat.