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This Cabernet Sauvignon is a style that reflects modern Oakville. Aromas of red fruits and notes of sweet, lush oak. Richness of juicy black tartarian cherry. A well-structured wine with round, soft and forward tannins. Full bodied with incredible balance; this wine will drink well for the next 10 years.
2006 was definitely a vintage that rewarded the growers and winemakers who exercised patience. The wine has a great diversity of aromas and flavors including raspberry jam, blackberry, peach blossom, lavender, cocoa and dark chocolate, coffee berry, cinnamon, brown sugar, molasses and vanilla. The level of extraction and the structure
This smooth and aromatic Storypoint Chardonnay embraces the variety’s incredible fruit character. Flavors and aromas of ripe green apple, pear and white peach are enriched on plush palate by notes of citrus, honeysuckle and tropical melon, while subtle hints of vanilla, caramel and toasted oak linger on the silky and
Primary aromas of baked apple and pear juxtaposed with the smoky, toasty aromas of the moderate oak. Silky on the palate, with a balanced, even impression and green apple-like acidity. Creamy, biscuity finish from the extended lees contact. Called “impeccably crafted” by a certain well-known wine writer, this balanced, elegant
The Opus One 2011 has fresh aromas of bright red fruits, herbes de provence, bay leaf and cassis which give way to subtler notes of black tea and white pepper. The wine’s round tannins and creamy texture envelop the familiar flavors of fresh cherry, cranberry, and boysenberry with a touch
The 2010 Hermitage Blanc is an exquisite wine with fabulous fruit intensity. Lots of acacia flower, anise, quince, fig and pineapple intermixed with a hint of white peaches emerge from this well-delineated, full-bodied, enormously endowed, complex, dry white Hermitage. This wine lives up to the reputation bestowed on it by
The bottled 2009 Hermitage Blanc is one of the greatest whites ever made chez Chave, and that’s saying something given Chave’s track record. This spectacular wine, normally a blend of 80% Marsanne and 20% Roussanne, exhibits layers of concentration, superb acidity and minerality, laser-like focus, and plenty of quince, white
Bright straw yellow. Fruity notes of apple, pear, citrus fruit and acacia flowers. Fresh, combines the aromatic primary flavors with the bubbles rapidity. Ideal as an aperitif, suitable for dining with soups and seafood, pasta or rice, fish, goat cheese or combined with fresh fruit.
Lurid red. Vibrant, sharply focused scents of ripe red berries and candied flowers are complicated by suggestions of cinnamon and allspice. Lithe and appealingly sweet on the palate, offering intense raspberry, cherry and spicecake flavors that deepen and spread out with air. The floral note comes back strong on the
Inspired by the great table wine tradition in Bordeaux, the Blackboard red is a wine that is approachable, fun to share, and surprisingly complex on your palate. The label is reminiscent of school blackboards, which is appropriate, given that a portion of the Blackboard wine proceeds are used to support
This Cabernet Sauvignon is composed with fruit from vineyards in the Red Hills AVA of Lake County, the Paso Robles AVA in San Luis Obispo County and the Lodi AVA in San Joaquin County. Rich and intense, this complex and highly aromatic Cabernet features subtle spice characters and layers of
Planted on the soils of Sainte Gemme, a small village located in the heart of the Centre-Loire area, this deep and typical Pinot-noir “terroir” provides wide complexity and quality to this rosé. Traditional vinification with low temperature fermentation and maturation on fine lees in tank. Pale color, dry, but fruity