4/13/2015

Quick Sip: Palumbo Family Vineyards 2012 Rolling Hills Syrah

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Today’s Quick Sip is the 2012 Rolling Hills Syrah from Palumbo Family Vineyards. Located in the heart of Temecula Valley wine country, Palumbo Family Vineyards is committed to crafting small lots of artisanal wine that best express their 13 acre site. Estate plantings include Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, and Sangiovese, with blocks of Viognier and Syrah planted on neighboring properties. Proprietor and wine-grower, Nicholas Palumbo largely believes in producing only what he grows, saying “there is only two basic ingredients in making fine wine, the fruit itself and the barrels it ages in.”

This small, family-run vineyard and winery produces approximately 2,500 cases of wine annually. Their Rolling Hills’ single-vineyard Syrah is one of two Syrah varietal wines made. With grilling season upon us, I would recommend enjoying a bottle of Rolling Hills Syrah with barbecued pork, poultry, veggies, or (rosemary, fennel, and garlic) lamb sausage. For further information and where you can find this wine, please see my tasting notes below.

Palumbo Family Vineyards 2012 Rolling Hills Syrah

Review: Palumbo Family Vineyards 2012 Rolling Hills Syrah (SRP $45): This is an attractive Syrah from Palumbo Winery in Temecula. It is [satisfyingly] slender and lively – full of energy – exhibiting aromas and flavors redolent of ripe blackberries, fresh black cherries, and vanilla spice, with hints of dried herb and muted earth tones in the background. In the mouth, it is streamlined and approachable, with well-balanced acidity and a medium-long, clean finish. It is delightful to drink and inviting enough to enjoy with or without food, though, its vibrant character is perfect for sharing with friends at the dinner table. Only 125 cases of this wine were produced. Region: Temecula Valley, California. Other info: ABV 13.3%, open bin fermented, aged in 30% new French/Hungarian oak barrels for 23 months, cork enclosure. Rating: 90 Points. Click here to find this wine.

I would like to thank Palumbo Family Vineyards, the Temecula Winegrowers Association, and McCue Communications for their time and invitation to the #TemeculaSalut virtual tasting.

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4/08/2015

Quick Sip: Amista Vineyards 2012 Tres


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Today’s Quick Sip is Amista Vineyards 2012 Tres, a GSM blend composed of 34% Grenache, 33% Syrah, and 33% Mourvèdre. Located in Sonoma’s beautiful Dry Creek Valley, Amista Vineyards is a small business dream turned into reality by proprietors Mike and Vicky Farrow. An idea since 1982, the couple planted their first vineyard in 1994 and released the first wine under the Amista label approximately a decade later. In 2007, Mike and Vicky opened the Amista Vineyards’ tasting room in Healdsburg, California.

Since 2011, Ashley Herzberg, who combines her artistic side with a degree in Chemical Engineering, has carried out farm and winemaking duties. Foregoing a career in medicine, Ashley headed to Sonoma County to work harvest in a winery lab and has never left the area. She calls 2012, “A winemaker’s dream vintage,” adding, “Everything from bud break to harvest went incredibly well in Dry Creek Valley.”  The resultant wine has good concentration, purity of fruit, and a luscious texture. This is a great bottle to share with family and friends at the dinner table -- especially if smoked or grilled fare is on the menu. For further information and where you can find this wine, please see my tasting notes below.

Amista Vineyards 2012 Tres

Review: Amista Vineyards 2012 Tres (SRP $35): Deep purple colored, this GSM blend offers succulent raspberry and ripe plum flavors interwoven with sweet fruit cake, brown baking spices, and black cherry cola. It has an expansive and rich mouth-feel with pillow-soft tannins, ending with a long, fruit-driven finish dotted by a hint of dark chocolate. Overall, this is a delicious bottle of wine that shows good concentration, balance, and length. It is quite tasty on its own and a good match for foods like gourmet burgers or baby back ribs. Approximately 198 cases of this wine were produced. Region: Dry Creek Valley, California. Other info: ABV 14.1%, 100% Morningside Vineyard estate fruit, fermented in stainless, 18 months in neutral oak barrels, unfined and unfiltered. Rating: 90 Points. Click here to find this wine.

I would like to thank Amista Vineyards and McCue Communications for their time and invitation to the ‘Dry Creek Red Blends’ virtual tasting.

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3/30/2015

Quick Sip: Chateau Maris 2011 La Touge

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Today’s Quick Sip is Chateau Maris 2011 La Touge. Chateau Maris is a biodynamic vineyard located in Minervois La Liviniere, a red wine appellation of the Languedoc-Roussillon region in the south of France. Through biodynamic vineyard management and a non-interventionist, minimalist approach to winemaking, Chateau Maris's objective is to craft wines that best express the site(s) where they are grown and the vintage. From energy conservation, to recycling glass (bottle), water, and paper (label), Chateau Maris does a lot to minimize impact on the environment. Their Syrah-based La Touge, which combines deep berry fruit and earthy elements, is well-balanced, very reasonably priced, and a pleasant bottle of wine to have within reach for spring and summertime backyard barbecues. You can find the Chateau Maris 2011 La Touge at Cork-Exclusive for the special price of $14.99 with free shipping on any order. For further information, please see my tasting notes.

Chateau Maris 2011 La Touge

Review: Chateau Maris 2011 La Touge (SRP $25): Composed of 85% Syrah, 12% Grenache, and 3% Carignane, this deep purple colored wine leads with enticing aromas of purple and black fruit followed by a mélange of smoke, road tar, anise, a suggestion of violets, and hints of herbs de Provence. The aromas carry over onto the palate, with flavors that drive the mid-palate through the medium-long, earth-tinged finish. Overall, this is an appealing fuller-bodied wine that’s well-balanced, moderately complex, and delivers very good value for the money. A wonderful food wine, it will complement grilled red meats, seared duck breast, lamb chops – and one of my favorites, calf's liver with bacon, caramelized onions, all done up in a delicious sherry sauce. I recommend decanting this wine – to give it some air -- for approximately 30 minutes before serving. Region: Minervois La Liviniere, France. Other info: ABV 14.5%, 30% in new oak barrel and 70% in neutral oak for 12 months, cork enclosure. Rating: 89 Points.


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3/25/2015

Quick Sip: Fields Family Wines 2011 Tempranillo


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Today’s Quick Sip is the Fields Family Wines 2011 Tempranillo. Fields Family Wines is a small family-run operation formed in 2005 between proprietor Russ Fields and winemaker and partner Ryan Sherman. They specialize in the production of small batch premium wines made from select sites in the Lodi and Napa Valley regions. Fruit for the Tempranillo was sourced from Kirschenmann Vineyard which is located on the east side of Lodi’s Mokelumne River appellation. Kirschenmann is a special (particularly for Zinfandel) 19-acre site with head-trained, own-rooted Zinfandel vines that date back to 1915. The age of the Tempranillo is unknown, but is thought to be the very first Tempranillo vineyard planted/grafted in Lodi. As with several other wines I have tasted from Fields Family Wines, this Tempranillo is well-balanced, reasonably priced, and begs to be shared with friends/family and enjoyed with a good meal. I recommend putting this small producer on your radar. For further information and where you can this wine, please see my tasting notes below.


Review: Fields Family Wines 2011 Tempranillo (SRP $22): Medium-deep ruby in color and fragrant, this harmonious Tempranillo is marked by well-integrated flavors of black cherries, dried cranberries, holiday baking spices, and underlying nuances of mineral. The mouth-feel is round and supple with soft but noticeable tannins; the natural acidity gives the wine a perfect balance and the finish is long and satisfying. Overall, a delicious medium to full-bodied wine that is both a pleasant solitary sipper and a welcomed partner to charcuterie, red sauce dishes, or grilled poultry. Approximately 100 cases of this wine were produced. Region: Lodi, California. Other information: ABV 14.4, native fermentation and ML, matured in 225L neutral French oak, bottled after approximately 20 months in barrel. Rating: 90 Points. Click here to find this wine.

Note: The 2011 vintage is sold out on the producer’s website so keep your eyes peeled for the 2012 vintage. Until its ready, check out the 2012 Il Ladro and 2012 Estate Syrah – both great dinner companions!  


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3/11/2015

Quick Sip: Faust Napa Valley 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon


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Today’s Quick Sip is the Faust Napa Valley 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon. The Faust label is the creation of Chilean born Agustin Huneeus, who has been in the wine industry his entire professional career; starting in 1960 as Chief Executive Officer of well-known Concha y Toro. Along with his wife Valerie, Agustin founded Quintessa in the Rutherford District of Napa Valley in 1990. Where Quintessa specializes in one single-vineyard, estate-grown Meritage blend each year; Faust is a tribute to Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon – the appellation’s most important grape variety.

The 2012 growing season was near ideal for Napa Valley growers. Over fifty percent of the fruit for the 2012 bottling was sourced from the Faust 110-acre estate vineyard in the Coombsville district – the valley’s newest sub-appellation, established December of 2011. This total represents the highest percentage of fruit that has ever made it into the final blend -- reflecting both the quality of the vintage and the maturity of the site. The Huneeus family recognized the potential of Coombsville well before it was approved as a sub-appellation, and the deliciousness comes through in the wine. For further information and where you can this Cabernet, please see my tasting notes below.

Faust Napa Valley 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon

Review: Faust Napa Valley 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon  (SRP $49): A brilliant medium-deep purple in color, this wine offers aromas and flavors of black cherry preserve and blueberries along with reticent notes of floral perfume, roasted coffee beans, and dark chocolate bark in the background. On the palate, it is mouth-coating and round, with velvety tannins, soft acidity, and waves of dark berry fruit flavors carrying through the long, satisfying finish. I enjoyed this wine on its own and with a big bowl of soul-warming chili. It would also be a great partner to grilled meats such as beef and venison. I recommend decanting this wine for a short period (or allow it to sit in your glass with a series of vigorous swirls) – I find it fleshes out nicely with thirty minutes or more of air.  Region: Napa Valley, California. (Other info: ABV 14.5%, Composition: 80% Cabernet Sauvignon, 16% Merlot, 2% Cab Franc, 2% Petit Verdot, aged 19 months in 100% French oak, 30% new, cork enclosure). 90 Points. Click here to find this wine.

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3/02/2015

Quick Sip: Joseph Carr Napa Valley 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon

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Today’s Quick Sip is the 2012 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon from Joseph Carr. After serving ten years as a world-class sommelier and another decade as an international industry executive, Mr. Carr founded his eponymously named, family-owned wine company in 2005. His consulting winemaker, Aaron Pott, joined the team in 2010 and was named one of Food and Wine magazine's ‘Winemakers of the Year’ in 2012. Having some familiarity with the Joseph Carr portfolio, I can tell you that the wines are approachable young, relatively fruit-forward, and affordable. You can find the 2012 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon at Cork-Exclusive for the special price of $18.99 with free shipping on any order. With spring and summertime grilling on the horizon, this is a nice, crowd-pleasing wine to have on hand. For further information and where you can find it, please see my tasting notes below.

Joseph Carr Napa Valley 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon

Review: Joseph Carr Napa Valley 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon (SRP $24): Dark ruby color with medium body, this Cabernet Sauvignon presents aromas and flavors suggestive of black cherries, blackberry preserve, and roasted plum along with subtle notes of bittersweet cocoa nibs and sweet vanilla toast. On the palate, it is smooth throughout with supple texture and balanced acidity, ending with a medium-length, mellow finish. Overall, a straight-forward yet enjoyable, fruit-forward Cabernet that’s ideal for matching with a wide variety of foods including grilled burgers, baby back ribs, and vegetable lasagna. Region: Napa Valley, California. (Other info: ABV 14.1%, 4% Merlot added, aged in a blend of 75% French and 25% American oak barrels, cork enclosure). 87 Points.

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2/16/2015

Quick Sip: Chateau Rollan De By Cru Bourgeois Medoc 2010 Bordeaux

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Today’s Quick Sip is the 2010 Chateau Rollan De By Cru Bourgeois from the Medoc region of Bordeaux, France. Bordeaux is arguably the world’s most famous wine region -- known particularly for high-quality Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot-based wines. One of the biggest misconceptions about Bordeaux wines is that they are all on the expensive side. However, outside of the region’s top-tier and more pricey classified growths, you can find a significant number of value-priced, good-quality wines that are enjoyable upon release and capable of improving with age. This bottle is a very good example of drinking well without breaking the piggy bank. It is reasonably priced, especially at the $18.99 Cork Exclusive price (with free shipping on any order), and is a wonderful wine to share with friends at the dinner table. For further information and where you can find it, please see my tasting notes below.

Chateau Rollan De By Cru Bourgeois Medoc 2010 Bordeaux

Review: Chateau Rollan De By Cru Bourgeois Medoc 2010 Bordeaux (SRP $28): Composed of 70% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 10% Petit Verdot, this deeply colored wine offers a fragrant, appealing nose of sweet plum, black cherry, and anise intermixed with fresh coffee grounds, rose petals, and underlying notes of spicy cedar. On the palate, the wine is nicely textured with a pleasant lift of acidity. The flavors are deep, fresh, and dark berried, with a notable touch of grippiness, leading to a medium-long, mineral-tinged finish. Overall, an attractive, reasonably-priced Bordeaux that is well-suited for the dinner table. I enjoyed it on its own and with pepper-crusted pork tenderloin. Other food options to consider are lamb, venison, and fillet of beef. I recommend grabbing a couple of bottles for now and later – as this one should develop nicely over the next few years. Region: Medoc, Bordeaux, France. (Other info: 14% cork enclosure). 90 Points.


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2/09/2015

Quick Sip: Borra Vineyards 2013 Artist Series Kerner-Based blend


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Today’s Quick Sip is Borra Vineyards' 2013 Artist Series Kerner-Based blend. Borra Vineyards was founded by Steve Borra in 1975 and is Lodi’s first bonded boutique winery. Winemaking duties are handled by Markus Niggli who is a native of Switzerland. Markus does an exceptional job highlighting Lodi's brighter and lighter side in the bottle while still maintaining good levels of ripe fruit flavors. The fruit for this blend was sourced from Mokelumne Glen Vineyards and grown along the banks of the cooling Mokelumne River. This small, family-owned Lodi vineyard specializes in German and Austrian grape varieties. My introduction to lesser-known German grapes, Kerner and Bacchus, which make up this blend along with the ever-popular Riesling variety, was through Borra Vineyards. To date, the Lodi appellation is the sole source of Kerner and Bacchus in California.

Markus employs a non-interventionist approach to winemaking and is crafting some of the most interesting and table-friendly wines I have had from the area. In addition to this blend, I recommend trying Borra’s Intuition Field Blend White -- a blend composed of 60% Kerner, 20% Riesling, and 20% Gewürztraminer. It is a personal favorite of mine from this producer’s portfolio. For further information and where you can find these wines, please see my tasting notes below.

Borra Vineyards 2013 Artist Series Kerner-Based blend

Review: Borra Vineyards Artist Series 2013 Kerner Blend (SRP 18.99): This is a light and refreshing blend of 50% Kerner, 25% Riesling, and 25% Bacchus. The wine delivers aromas and flavors of grapefruit, green apple, and lime with a lively backdrop of bright acidity that carries though the crisp, mineral-tinged finish. This is a nice wine to pair with seafood (especially shellfish), grilled chicken salads, or before-dinner appetizers. It is also perfect for everyday enjoyment on its own. Only 42 cases of this wine were produced. Region: Lodi, California. (Other info: ABV 13.5%, 100% stainless, native fermentation, screw cap enclosure.) 89 Points. Click here to find this wine.

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1/27/2015

Recent Sips: Ferrari, Matello Wines, and Steven Kent Winery


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Just about every day, as wine o'clock approaches, you can find me uncorking or unscrewing a new wine adventure. Being a wine enthusiast, a wine blogger, and someone who appreciates and enjoys the liquid expression of a place, a person’s vision, and Mother Nature’s influence -- I find wine to be one of the most intriguing beverages out there. For me, it is an area of interest where there is always something new to taste and learn. The wines selected for this post, a sparkler and two Chardonnay examples, are all great with food, yet quite enjoyable on their own. For further information and where you can find these wines, please see my tasting notes below.

Bubbly just isn’t for the holidays or special occasions. Enjoy a bottle or two anytime! 

Review: Ferrari Brut Rosé NV (SRP $35): This blend of 60% Pinot Nero (aka Pinot Noir) and 40% Chardonnay offers a pleasing mélange of bright red berry fruit, rose petal, subtle dough, and lively citrus flavors. It is refreshingly dry with a foamy texture, ending in a crisp, slightly yeasty finish. I enjoyed this delightful sparkler with brunch fare; but, it’s versatile and perfect for any occasion – and just about any dish. Don't wait for the holidays or a special occasion to open a bottle of bubbly -- these food-friendly wines should be enjoyed any time of year! Region: Veneto, Italy. (Other info: ABV 12.5%, traditional method, cork enclosure). 88 Points. Click here to find this wine.

Ferrari Brut Rosé NV

Review: Matello Durant Vineyard 2012 Chardonnay (SRP $29): This is an appealing wine that shows a fine sense of restraint with mature tree fruit and pithy citrus flavors followed by nuances of ripe yellow fleshed fruit and a whisper of graham-cracker crust. The palate is lean yet attractively textured, with a rich underlining minerality that’s heightened by a bright spine of acid, ending with a pleasing, medium-long refreshing finish. This wine is a pleasure to drink and a wonderful food wine. If you’re a member of the [dreaded] “Anything But Chardonnay” (ABC) club, this delicious bottle is your ticket out! Approximately 145 cases of this wine were produced. Region: Willamette Valley, Oregon. (Other info:  ABV 13.5%, dry farmed, 20 year old vines, matured 13 months in French oak, 30% new, cork enclosure). 90 Points. Click here to find this wine.

Matello Durant Vineyard 2012 Chardonnay

Review: Steven Kent Winery 2012 Merrillie Chardonnay (SRP $34): “Merrillie” is named for proprietor and vintner Steven Kent’s paternal grandmother. Until recently, it was one of the only white wines the winery produced. This flavorful and mouth-coating Chardonnay combines richness and spicy/sweet oak tones with freshness and brightness – showing a bit more of the former than latter however. It is long and harmonious in the mouth, with flavors of spiced pear, ripe apple, and citrus blossom. The wine’s creamy texture is balanced with up-lifting [citrusy] acidity, ending in a full, lengthy finish. I enjoyed this wine both on its own and with smoked salmon. The wine’s richness works well with fatty fishes, lobster, and poultry. Approximately 504 cases of this wine were produced. Region: Livermore Valley, California. (Other info: ABV 14.7%, eight months American / French oak barrels – 60% new 40% second use, sur lie eight months, natural cork enclosure). 89 Points. Click here to find this wine.

Steven Kent Winery 2012 Merrillie Chardonnay

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1/20/2015

Quick Sip: Rosenblum Rockpile Road Vineyard 2010 Zinfandel

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Today’s Quick Sip is the Rosenblum Cellars Rockpile Road Vineyard 2010 Zinfandel. Rosenblum Cellars specializes primarily in Zinfandel from sites throughout California and produces as many as twenty different examples for your tasting pleasure. Rosenblum is also a founding member of Zinfandel Advocates & Producers (ZAP); an organization founded in 1991 to promote the grape variety and the high quality wines Zinfandel is capable of producing. This bottling comes from the Rockpile appellation in northern Sonoma. The growing region has gravelly soils, moderate temperatures, and relatively high elevations. Combined with a long, moderate growing season; the region is capable of producing intense, deep, and concentrated red wines. And there is nothing shy about this bottle of Zinfandel. It’s forward, lush, voluptuous -- undeniably pleasurable. You can find it at Cork-Exclusive for the special price of $19.99 (with free shipping on any order). For further information please see my tasting notes below.

Rosenblum Rockpile Road Vineyard 2010 Zinfandel

Review: Rosenblum Rockpile Road Vineyard 2010 Zinfandel (SRP $35): Generous and rich in style, this fruit-driven wine exhibits concentrated dark berry fruit flavors alongside black cherry preserve, sweet dark plum, and spicy mocha notes with bittersweet chocolate nuances lingering in the background.  On the palate, the wine reveals a luscious, mouth-filling texture with pillow-soft tannins and soft acidity. Overall, this is a ripe, fleshy wine with big flavor that’s perfect for enjoying near a toasty fireplace on a cold winter night. From personal experience, I can tell you that it pairs quite well with baby back ribs finished with a thick, slightly sweet barbecue sauce. Region: Sonoma County, California. (Other info: ABV 15.2%, cork enclosure). 89 Points. 


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