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Wine Tasting 11/22/14
Domaine Andre Kientzler
Sylvaner Sec 85 pts Wine Enthusiast
“This is a light and fruity wine, with crisp citrus- and peppered-apple-driven acidity. It is bright, lined with straight, pure acidity. The average age of the vines is 35 years. Yields limited by severe thinning and sorting the grapes produce wines nervous and pure, an absolute balance. All of their production is harvested by hand. That permitted very rigorous selections to take only the healthy berries. All-bunch press within 6 hours with pneumatic press. Cold settling during 20 hours without enzymes. Fermentation between 2 weeks and 6 months either in typical Alsatians ‘foudre’ or stainless steel tanks.”
- Roger Voss
Small production Oregon producer: Only 300 cases made
Aromas of Anjou pear, gingerbread and marine-sediment mineral are complimented by flavors of confit lemon and green apple. Judicious use of lees stirring during elevage helped to develop the mid-palate, while contributing weight and complexity to the texture. A lush, medium, mouth-feel is followed by a crisp, lingering finish.
Post harvest and sorting, the Chardonnay was whole cluster pressed and fermented entirely in French oak, of which one third was new. Weekly batonnage was carried out during fermentation, and the wines were racked to tank after approximately 10 months in barrel. The wine completed malolactic fermentation, and was bottled the first week of September.
Gothic Pinot Noir 2012 "Nevermore"
Steven Tanzer: 90 Points
Bright ruby, smoky raspberry, cherry, and floral pastille scents are given depth by notes of vanilla and cola. Silky and open-knit, offering pliant, lucid red fruit flavors that put on weight with air. The smoke and floral qualities repeat on the long, berry-driven finish, which is shaped by gentle, harmonious tannins.
2012 ‘Nevermore’ Pinot Noir is sourced from three vineyards, in three of the Willamette’s sub-AVA’s: Monk’s Gate (Yamhill-Carlton), Hyland (McMinnville), and Willakia (Eola-Amity Hills).
Domaine Bryczek – Côte de Nuits Gevrey-Chambertin “Aux Echezeaux” 2010
Location, Location, Location…Terroir, Terroir, Terroir…
Dark earthy tones. This wine is an experience in Pinot Noir. Not for the Bargain hunter; this wine is reserved for the one who wants the best and will not settle for less. Limited.
La ligiere Cotes Du Rhone GSM 2011
70% Grenache (30 years old), 20% Syrah (20 years old), 10% Mourvèdre (30 years old)
Of a deep purple red, the wine displays aromas of fresh fruits such as red currant, blueberries, and licorice. In the mouth the wine is rich, crisp, and fresh with soft tannins. It is harmoniously balanced and ends on a long aftertaste.
Marc Kreydenwiess Les Grimauds 2012
The 2011 received 92pts from Wine Advocate.
55% Grenache, 35% Carignan, and 10% Cinsault (France, Rhône, Southern Rhône, Costières-de-Nîmes)
The Les Grimaudes is a rich, mouth-filling red that delivers lavender, roasted meats, leather, and violets—supported by a solid core of black cherry and darker styled fruits. Medium bodied, richly textured, and overall supple and polished on the palate, with good acidity and plenty of length. This delicious, easy drinking wine should drink nicely on release and 5-8+ years thereafter.
Chateau Pied d'Argent (Silver Foot) 2010
55% Merlot 20% Cabernet Sauvignon 20% Cabernet Franc 5% Malbec
Classic blend from Bordeaux. Bottled 18 months after the harvest, the nose keeps its minerality and transforms into sensations of bun and fruits when aerated. The soft and velvety feeling in the mouth, along with the soft tannins, brings the wine to a perfect harmony and balance.
* This is one of the best values from France I have tasted in a long time.
Les haut - Medoc de Chateau Haut Bages Liberal 2010
From the Estate that brings us the famous Paulliac production of Haut Bages, this wine is a great bargain from the Medoc. 2010 is an amazing vintage that tastes great right out of the gate, and here is an example of how generous the wines from that vintage are. This is one of the few Bordeaux chateaux with three words in its name. Haut Bages Liberal came across its unusual moniker for very simple reason: The property is situated on the hills of Bages, a tiny area between Pauillac and St. Julien, and Liberal is the name of the family that owned the chateau during the 18th century.
La Gironda La Lipppa Barbera de Asti
Something different…I love this wine. Many of the Barberas these days are getting a little too serious; big, dark, extracted, overly rich, and a little to a lot of oak spice. However, this is what I think of when I think of Barbera: sweet, bouncy cherry fruit, with hints of cola, sweet herbs, and woodsy spice. It's so zesty and refreshing; it's hard not to gulp it. Lovely on its own or with some lighter fare.