Mozart House Verdejo

$ 1.33 $ 1
750 ml

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Wine experts say this White wine delivers as it`s presented. Aromas of pressed apples, peach and lemon cream lead into a soft and creamy palate of honeyed sweetness that finishes dry and zesty, just what you want a Sauvignon Blanc to be. Soft, light, spicy aromas slowly take shape in the glass. The no-frills palate shows just enough maturity, the flavors are just where you should put fruit in a serving. This is a balanced, well-structured and stylish Cabernet/Syrah blend. It`s not a super Tuscan, but it does show some classic Russian River character, the dark cherry and spicy cedar character, the tannins firm and dry. The fruit`s going to get better, so just wait until 2017. A new addition to Boschendal`s line-up, this comes from the estate vineyard of the producer, now run by Jean-Pierre Melkes.
Wine experts say this White wine delivers as it`s presented. The aromas of chocolate-covered cherry, blackberry, dried herbs, vanilla and spice are like the price was. The flavors are sweet, yet work well in terms of impression and appeal. Sweet red fruit, baking spices and chocolate take center stage. Dark, toasty black-fruit flavors linger on the finish. Coming from a solid, almost-retired vintage, this offers aromas of gravel, earth, spirit and bell pepper. In the mouth there are flavors of black cherry, blackberry and coffee, but it`s a little edgy and raw. Herbal notes drive the palate, which has tart acids, and ultimately sharpness along with enough green and white fruit to satisfy. Good Cabernet Sauvignon, but too forward and heavy. The cherry and cassis flavors are coated with as much or more bitter extract as there is some firm tannin.
Wine experts say this White wine delivers as advertised. It`s dry, crisply acidic and harmonious, with appealing flavors of fresh apple, white peach, honey and spice. Pair it with food to see it at its best. This is a pretty good Cabernet, showing the soft tannins and low alcohol that Chenin Blanc usually achieves. The flavors are of black currants and cedar, with a sweet, smoky aftertaste. It`s very good, but the wine will pick up some scor marks over the next 6–8 years. A Chenin Blanc, but with its nice notes of creaminess and pear fruit. It is crisp, very pure in character, with a mineral edge along with a light suggestion of spice. The wine is dry and ready to drink. This is a pretty good Cabernet, showing the winery`s excellent balance of fruit, acidity and natural handling of structure.
Wine experts say this White wine is too toasty. That`s because the acids are too sharp. It veers into sharp, sharp scents as well as sweet fruit, resulting in a wine that`s marked for near-term drinking. Heavy black-fruit aromas are hard to get over the top. The palate is saturated and bulky, with just a hint of fruit remaining on the finish. The overall balance test does not peg the wine`s hardness. A good, dry wine, but too rich and potent in blackberry jam, cedar and spice flavors. Not up to previous vintages, which was also very tannic. Needs to be aged over 2–3 years. Made from certified organic grapes, this offers aromas of blueberries, cassis, charred earth and cooking spices. The aromas cross over to the easygoing palate together with a hint of rose petal. Generic on the nose, with undistinguished aromas of melon and not much else.
Wine experts say this White wine delivers as it`s shown. It`s crisp in acidity, with ripe flavors of citrus, exotic fruit, green apple and sweet oak. So easy to like, yet richly textured. The first vineyard-designated Chardonnay in the Folly Classic, Paige 2003 shows lots of sunny Clare Valley fruit, loaded with peaches, pears, Meyer lemons, limes, beeswax and hints of apricots. The depth and complexity of the fruit are detailed with hints of honeysuckle, wet earth and hints of new French oak, and the finish is dry and crisp. Lively and fresh, but with that extraicum of dimension that comes from high-quality vineyards. This is the winery`s best Chardonnay in years.

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