Pale golden. Delicious toasty aromas of honey, vanilla and lemon cream. Silky steely palate with tons of depth. Very long finish. We just love this. Jill says divine and like a California bleach blond. I say we’d guess burgundy blind. This is done in an elegant, not heavy style. Great. Grade: A.
Archive for March, 2010
Holy crap! Tons of depth and oyster shell aromas. I’m sucking on an oyster. Huge, very long finish. Wonderful and refreshing. Whole, refreshing and expressive. Barry says spicy, long finish, minerals. Great value at under $100. Everyone loves it. Tito says 98 points (that’s like some critics giving 100+). Grade: A/ A+
Even if I covered the price, this is the gem on the list. Beauty and prime Oregon chardonnay. It is great that it has been aged, because this is orchestral. The vinegar in the salad made the chard sing. Lovely oaky vanilla lemon. Full body very long finish. A real beauty. Grade: A. From the [...]
From March 11, 2009 First tasting at a loss at Executive Wine Seminars. Grand cru from chambolle. Most expensive tasting I’ve ever attended, and worth every penny. 1. Beautiful color. Smells like a forest. Mossy. Gigantic finish. Flinty. One for the cellar. Just delicious. Perfect balance. Very long. Most disagree and point out the acidity. [...]
This might be the best $25 pinot I’ve ever had. Jill says huge, ripe juicy blackberry and black current. We agree it is beautiful. It is long, pure, pretty, anise and clove and menthol and a great finish. Do yourself a favor and sign up for their mailing list. Grade: A.