Jorge Ordonez & Co, Seleccion Especial Nº1, Malaga, Grupo Jorge Ordonez, DO

$ 18.72 $ 16
750 ml

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Wine experts say this White wine delivers as it`s shown. It`s crisp in acidity, with ripe flavors of citrus, gooseberry and exotic fruit. And the feel is lean and tight, with balance issues. The grapes used are Lodi Rules Estate Chardonnay. This wine is pale pink in color, with notes of orange peel, with balanced tannins and acidity. Drink now. Powerful and earthy, this shows the balance and structure of a great modern Amarone, with medium-plus in terms of concentration and full-bodied intensity. The wine is finely textured, supple and attractive. This is very rich in blackberries, currants, licorice and mocha flavors, and if a little hard, hard, tannic, which it is. It`s very dry, but pricey for the quality. An old-fashioned wine that seems unlikely to improve in the future.
Wine experts say this White wine delivers as advertised at a bargain price. It`s thin and watery, with vaguely fruity flavors of white grapefruit and orange. Gritty on the finish. Balanced for dinner-time drinking, this is a modest and lively white—even a bit austere. The citrus fruit flavors—pear, green apple and hints of yeast—are well balanced by a structured mouthfeel and finish. Aromas of beeswax and lemon oil are followed by dry but lean citrus, melon anddry purity. The barrel notes provide some sweetness. Toasted notes of almond and cashew accent a delicate garden-sick note in this brisk, savory dry Riesling. While racy and direct in style, it`s refreshingly juicy on the palate with a lingering, softly tannic finish. Drink now. Scents of pressed apple, pears and apples are bright and precise.
Wine experts say this White wine delivers just what consumers want from Oregon Pinot. The aromas are deliciously layered, peachy and detailed, and the flavors are refreshing, offering a nuanced mix of strawberry and raspberry. Dry and substantial, and a tannin-acid balance, make this an excellent cellar candidate. Quite tart when it`s hot, this is a strongly flavored, dry and sherried wine, showing its pepper, red currant, licorice and raspberry flavors. It is beautifully balanced, showing both richness and cut. It does need to age, so drink from 2016. Exhibiting the minerality of the vintage, this wine has a tight tang of acidity that, along with its dominant tannin, is one of the hallmarks of this fine winery. It presents itself as sweet in raspberry jam and vanilla flavors, with a touch of spice to add thyme to the mix.
Wine experts say this White wine delivers as promised, with aromas of pear, melon and freshly cut grass. Round and fruity in the mouth, it`s rich and accessible, with a subtle, spicy kick on the finish. Drink now. Barrel notes of toast and buttered toast don`t take long to cut through this wine, which boasts a thick, meaty warmth. The palate is not deeply concentrated, but the sawdust and vanilla flavors linger on the finish. This is a very thin expression of Barbera from a new resort vineyard in Monterey County, one that seems to more aptly blend tropical fruit with smoke and a pronounced orange-peel tang. Bright, fresh, fruit-licorice fare, with accents of crushed granite and slate, this is a brisk, easygoing Rioja, with mild resiny aromas of ripe apple and peach. The palate follows suit, with decent acidity reinforcing the rather abrupt finish.

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