Tyrrell's Rufus Stone Heathcote Shiraz 2013
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|Region||Australia, Victoria, Heathcote|
The deep rich colour of this wine indicates its intensity. The nose is full of ripe plum and dark cherries with a hint of white pepper and sweet vanillin. The flavours carry onto the palate which is full of big soft fruit, but balanced by an elegant oak structure and natural acid, resulting in a rich wine with a complex and fresh structure.
Domaine Pinson Freres Chablis Mont de Milieu 2016Tasting Notes: Exotic aromas of pineapple, vanilla, and apricot on the nose. Round, well-balanced, and with good persistence of flavor. Food Matches: Fish with sauce, white meat with cream, ham off the bone with a chablisienne sauce.
Chateau Musar White 2009The Chateau white of this year is a deep golden colour with honeyed aromas, full of tropical fruits; pineapple, banana with warm, toasty buttery notes. The palate is rich in ripe yellow fruits, quince and apricot with the pineapple flavours following through. It also has dried fruits and almonds with oak ageing characters. This is a powerful vintage full of yellow fruits and honeycomb; there is a fine balance between the oily texture and fresh acidity. Cellared well, it will keep for decades.
Theo Minges Scheurebe Feinherb 2018Your new favorite Spring white! Regina Minges and her father Theo farm 24 hectares organically in Flemlingen in the Southern Pfalz. Similar to Riesling, this beauty showcases cooling mint and woodruff infused pink grapefruit and honeydew melon on a polished palate, leading to a mouthwateringly salt-tinged and infectiously juicy finish. “SOMMELIER ALERT! The wine is as close to perfect as such a thing can be; sage and red currant, wry and salty and really long, even complex, certainly nuanced; hard to resist on any level. I’m making space in the cellar for a lot of this." Terry Theise
Trefethen Double T Red 2017This juicy red blend opens with fruit-forward notes of blackberry, dried cherry and plum complemented by rich aromatics of cedar and black pepper. On the palate, the bright red fruit flavors give way to soft, approachable tannins and nicely balanced acidity leading to a long, delicious finish. Designed to pair perfectly with backyard parties, Double T Red will shine with grilled meats, sautéed mushrooms, thyme and black pepper. For an interesting spin, serve with pepper crusted Ahi tuna. For the vegetarians in your life, pair with eggplant parmesan.