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Domaine du Coulet 2004 Cornas Terrasses du Serre
A classic style, with minimal oak and blended from several slopes within Cornas. The traditional approach is quite evident on the palate. More delicate than most, this syrah leads with a soft medley of red fruits and gradually intensifies into a thick beam of mineral and ending with a curtain of milk chocolate.
Allan Scott 2006 Pinot Noir, Marlborough
A wee bit rounder than a Pinot should be, but a very pretty wine. Soft and ripe cranberries and a touch of earth and cinnamon on the palate. A nice mineral-laced finish.
Tait 2006 Ballbuster Shiraz, Barossa
The PLCB is flooding us with high-octane shiraz these days, and this is the best of the bunch. Ink-black with a nose of intense blackberry and tobacco, it rolls out a dense palate of jammy fruit. This baby is not so much a fruit bomb as a fuel-injected fruit jet strapped to the back of a cute bunny.
La Louviere 2005 Pessac-Leognan
One of the greatest strengths of Bordeaux is its history. Saying this wine is historic would leave one with the wrong impression. Rather, it is the perfect snapshot of the 2005 vintage. There is a harmony between freshness and tannins that cry out for a few years in the cellar. The smoke, spice, and cigar box flavors all play their parts perfectly.
Vincentini 2006 Terre Lunghe Soave
A rare beauty. Mint, lavender, and lemon zest rest upon the nose. Razor-like citrus and fresh melon on the body and finish.
Le Manoir Galhaud 2003 Cuvee Leon Bordeaux
One of the better bordeaux values available today. This still has the raw force and intensity of the ’03 vintage, although this is defiantly something and not cellar.
Magpie 2003 The Schnell Grenache/Shiraz
Great juice & its really really cheap.
Mastroberardino 2004 Falanghina
Falanghina is typically rich for a white and just a bit decadent. This one does not disappoint. Ripe melon and stone fruits on the palate. Lovely.