What can I say, I find myself kneeling with satisfaction and delight over the gloriousness of most red blends. They’re my emperor, my king, the lord of the realm and I’m most delighted to be their subject. 534 more words
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Okay, I promise that next time I will write about something a little different! This week’s bottle, however, harkens back to some of my favorites, Amarone. 327 more words
Is it odd that this wine catches my eye because of “The Prisoner”? While I’ve never had that particular red blend, this evening marks the occasion of my first bottle (a 2013) of the Judge & Jury from Kunde Family Estate in Sonoma, California. 230 more words
Kendall-Jackson is recognized by oenophiles and neophytes, a brand you can find in fine wine stores and grocery stores alike. I picked this one up in the latter, looking for a midweek bottle that would pour for a few evenings after conference calls and “deliverables”. 208 more words
Chateau Cabannieux Bordeaux 2013
This Bordeaux, from Graves, is 50% Merlot, 45% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Cabernet Franc.
“Graves is a wine district in France’s Bordeaux region, characterized by the gravel soils (graves) after which it is named. 225 more words