Friulano Puiatti

$ 10.8 $ 10
750 ml

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Wine experts say this White wine delivers as advertised at affordable prices. It`s dry, crisp in acidity and ultrarefined, with peppery flavors of raspberries, cherries and orange peel. Surreal, explosive and clean. This is a pretty good Cabernet, showing the elegance and complexity that Napa Loire wants from a this quality. It`s a wonderful wine, rich and complex, and the flavors are rich and lush, suggesting ripe blackberries, cassis, raisins, licorice and Dr. Pepper. But it`s not really dry. A 60-40 blend of Nero d`Avola and Nerello Mascalese, this shows a bright and traditional style. It`s a dry, softly lush wine with bright raspberry, cherry, cocoa and cedar flavors, and the tannins are quite firm. More than four years of aging have not shaken off the good acidity.
Wine experts say this White wine delivers as promised, with a soft, plummy structure and appealing notes of melon, peach and other tropical fruits. It feels smooth and plush, with a clean, peppery finish. A touch of oak adds just a hint of fresh toast to this dry, angular and light-bodied wine. It has an earthy, drying quality to it and can`t certainly be named as such, but the Pickberry and Sauvignon Blanc flavors are very clearly there and will be very nice with rich poultry, shellfish or even poultry soup. The vineyard is in the Santa Maria Valley, and the wine shows that quality here. It`s herbaceous, with attractive streaks of celery and onion giving an attractive edge to the otherwise tannic, textured character. Still very young, but delicious as of yet. A complex, distinctive young Pinot that shows the balance and detail of Napa elegance that marked Edna Valley in the `10 vintage.
Wine experts say this White wine delivers. It`s dry, brisk in acidity and ultrarefined, offering sharp lime, tangerine and grapefruit flavors, with a citrus- and stone-fruit-driven edge. Not for long-term aging, but great for parties that want a nice, creamy white wine for acid-drenched barbecue. Smoky, earthy and toasty, but also oaky and lush. The nose has a solid foundation of toasted nut, wood spice and black fruit aromas, while the palate is full, tannic and fully acidic, with rich flavors of black fruit and vanilla. Toasty but not too smoky, and it has enough depth to stand out for years. Rich and dense, packed with ripe black fruits, this is an elegant, dry and structured wine. It has weight, but that is balanced by the spice and acidity, the polished tannins and the ripe, hinting acidity. There is a dry core.
Wine experts say this White wine shows the weakness of the `ae variety. The `05 has a little more body and tannin than the winery`s `06, but on the palate, it offers more red fruit. There is some stemmy, dried berry character, but on the back side, it is a bit overripe. From the acclaimed Rutherford winemaking team, this thoroughly delicious blend of 77% Cabernet Sauvignon and 33% Syrah shows nuance and detail all wrapped in a silky, light texture. It exhibits dusty cinnamon accents around a core of blackberry and black cherry, with just enough black tea and mocha characters to form a distinct whole. Earthy, savory notes of mossy root, smoke and woodland berry come with a smoky, smoky scent. This is fairly full-bodied and intense on the palate, with black fruit and baking spice flavors. Spice and pepper notes linger on the finish.
Wine experts say this White wine shows the house`s hallmark style. It has streamlined citrus aromas, a lean, steely texture, noobs around, a crisp and cleangoing approach and very refreshing lemon and grapefruit flavors. A lovely wine to drink now and over the next few years. Named for a great David Bowie song, this wine would appeal to Ziggy Stardust himself with its chameleon-like ability to swing between steely and sultry, almost sweet, diving into decadence with ease. The bouquet heaves of red plum and berry, laced throughout a range of flavors, suggest a wine that`s ready to drink now. Oh yeah! This is the first vintage of this wine from one of the masters of Chardonnay, J. Christopher Winery, who is the vice-general manager of the estate vineyard. It is the first vintage for this producer, certainly one of the best Chardonnays in Washington state.

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