Vineria Wine Shop
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$17.00 $15.99
"Butter, salt, pear and fresh-squeezed orange comprise the leading aromas. Bright orange flavors persist on the palate, as do green apple, hints of papaya and the near-chalky sensation of white." 
Wine Enthusiast 90 pts
$45.00 $43.00
"Dark ruby in color, aromas lean toward red fruit--black cherry and plum—made more complex by sweet oak and hints of clove. The structure is firm with appropriate acidity, distinguishing itself from the “ponderous pack.” Ripe tannins are apparent, but disappear seamlessly into the background."
Not Rated
$46.00 $42.00
"It has a wild nose of cedar, lavender, rose petals, herbs and more. Its soft mouthfeel carries more wild flavors darting through, including cherries, spices, and roasted coffee notes, and they’re all held together by a solid, but understated structure."
Winery Notes
$30.00 $26.00
"A plush exterior wraps around a solid core of mineral-tinged cherry fruit, marked with accents of smoked pepper and fresh anise. Drink now through 2020. 1,185 cases made."
Wine Spectator 89 pts
$19.00 $18.59
"100% Xinomavro. Aged in small oak French casks for 12 months and then in leaning bottles. A wine suitable for long time ageing. A full-bodied wine, ruby-red in appearance, with aromas of ripe berries accented by new oak, well balanced with an elegant long finish."
Not Rated
$14.99 $12.99
"This wine has an intense purple color with aromas of ripe fruit and concentrated wine. The subsequent oak aging gives the pleasant notes of spices and vanilla. It is full-bodied with a solid structure and fine balance between soft tannins and acidity from rich red and black fruits."
Vineria
$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
$19.99 $19.99
"Nearly floral, with tones of lavender, dried berries, baking chocolate, bacon bits. Aromas are rich, velvety and wonderfully appealing. Silky round entry with acid to balance with high fruit concentration. The nose leaves no doubt about the seriousness of this wine. The palate is fruit driven both before and after the high tannin middle core. The finish is long, not drying of tannin, and beckons a second "
Not Rated
$35.00 $29.99
"The 2011 Angeli Cuvée (15.2% natural alcohol) is composed of primarily Zinfandel blended with Carignane and Petite Sirah. It exhibits briery, peppery, meaty, raspberry and black cherry notes, a generous, succulent mouthfeel, and a heady, lush finish. Like its siblings, this wine delivers terrific intensity, beautiful purity, and lots of value. Drink now-2020." 
Robert Parker 90 pts
$14.00 $9.99
"The black cherry and plum flavors are ripe and fresh in this focused red. Smoke and sanguine notes add interest. Delivers a plush texture and a fresh finish. Drink now through 2015. 4,000 cases made."
Wine Spectator 89 pts
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