Vineria Wine Shop
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$50.00 $39.99
"The 2014 Chardonnay Four Hearts Vineyard is a larger cuvée of 1,285 cases that comes from relatively old vines for Northern California (planted in 1975). The wine is super-opulent, offering terrific honeysuckle, orange marmalade and pineapple notes in a full-bodied, sexy, super-fresh, pure style. This stunning Chardonnay was aged in 43% new French oak and should drink well for 5-6 years."
Robert Parker 96 pts
$75.00 $65.00
"This killer wine has an inky purple color and offers notes of espresso roast intermixed with white chocolate, creme de cassis, blackberry and a touch of toasty oak. The wine was aged 16 months in French oak, of which 40% was new. Broad and opulent, with great intensity, purity and depth, this is another stunner from Dave Phinney, a.k.a. Orin Swift."
Robert Parker 95 pts
$58.00 $58.00
"This wine is supple, layered and expressive in the glass. Dark red cherry, spice, plum and menthol flesh out in an open, resonant Cabernet Sauvignon that captures the immediacy and raciness of the vintage. Floral notes add a measure of brightness as the wine opens up, but this remains an especially dark Cabernet Sauvignon."
Stephen Tanzer 92 pts
$30.00 $28.00
"This focused, expressive and attractive red, offers a beam of dark berry, light spice and green tea flavors. Finishes harmoniously, riding on a bed of fine-grained tannins. Drink now through 2018. 25 cases imported."
Wine Spectator 92 pts
$55.00 $53.99
"In re-tasting the 2010 Basalt Block alongside its 2011 counterpart, I was struck by the hints of game and tobacco that were emerging on top of characteristics noted in my Issue 202 report, as well as by a slightly more pliable feel to its tannins than before; but Brittan’s 2010 Pinot Noir Gestalt Block had now clearly pulled away from its immediate sibling in clarity and complexity, with a floral dimension suggestive of wisteria and buddleia alluringly emerging inner-mouth amid crunchy black raspberry as well as on the nose; and the savory mineral salts to which I drew notice last time now leading to an even juicier, more mouthwatering, but no less ineradicable or invigorating finish. I continue to anticipate this showing well through at least 2022. "
Robert Parker 94 pts
$21.00 $21.00
"Focused yet expressive, this balanced red offers cherry, boysenberry and currant fruit, with accents of toast, licorice and mineral. Modest at first, but the flavors build through the long, spicy finish. Drink now through 2020. 6,660 cases made."
Wine Spectator 92 pts
$45.00 $37.00
"Plush, aromatic, and focused, furrowing the plum, currant and white pepper flavors into a smooth stream that stands out against modest tannins. Finishes with flair. Best from 2015 through 2020"
Wine Spectator 92 pts
$25.99 $24.99
"Even better is the outstanding, Pomerol-like 2008 Reserva Unica, which is made from 97% Tempranillo and 3% Graciano, aged nearly two years in a combination of French and American oak. An unfiltered selection of the estate’s finest barrels, it offers up scents of wet gravel, scorched earth, sweet black currants, plums and hints of mocha and white chocolate. This lush, medium to full-bodied, layered, sexy, complex 2008 should drink well for another 4-5 years."
Robert Parker 92 pts
$31.00 $27.99
"The dark amber-hued non-vintage East India Solera is essentially an old Oloroso blended with an old Pedro Ximenez, which gives it a sweet character. It offers more mature notes of maple syrup, brown sugar, spice box, raisin and chocolate beer nuts, and its terrific balancing acidity cuts through the sweetness. This delicious effort is best drunk after the meal"
Robert Parker 96 pts
$100.00 $99.99
"This is a giant of a wine lurking behind fresh flowers and ripe fruit. Starts off in a friendly way, then takes hold of the palate, with intense blueberry and blackberry fruit and chewy yet fine tannins. Mouthpuckering, but impressively complex and long. Really kicks in on the finish. The best Taylor since 1994. Best after 2020."
Wine Spectator 96 pts
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