jgpersky wrote:The Dalton Petite Sirah 2011 is a rich, strong-flavored gem. It spent 12 months in oak, is full-bodied, and is doing a good impression of a more expensive wine. It's aroma and flavor are complex, and it has a long delightful finish. A Best Buy.
The Tzuba Pinot Noir 2009 is subtle, gentle and understated. I think of it as a faded flower. Any idea what's going on there? They were favorites.
Sam M wrote:2011 galil mountain ela-The best deal in wine, delicious, great QPR
2012 barkan special reserve Cabernet Sauvignon- Blah
2011- dalton petite sirah - good but nowhere near the 2010
2012- landsman Pinot noir- good wine but I think it misses the mark varietally.
Harry J wrote:Hi; served at our simcha the tishbi white label cab, merlot, and syrah. The syrah was very good the melot good didn't taste the cab. Also on the ladies side recanati yasmin white'12 and gamla moscato. Had a bottle of calvados hoping to pour some to Pinchas alas he didn't appear. H
Users browsing this forum: David Raccah and 2 guests