Old Parcel Block No. 7 Pinot Noir Oregon 2015.
Tasting NotesThe exuberant cherry aromas are balanced by a touch of rustic Old World earthiness, and subtle hints of fresh mint and white pepper. This Pinot has a deep rich red color along with a hint of spice in the nose. On the palate black fruit dominates with enough freshness and acidity to keep you coming back for another sip.
Food Pairings:Pour it beside pork chops with cherry sauce, lamb with cilantro, pesto, chicken with rosemary and mushrooms, and aged goat cheese.
Gundlach Bundschu Merlot 2013- Merlot from Sonoma Valley, Sonoma County, California.
Wine Enthusiast 93 Points: Merlot can have a reputation for being soft and wimpy, but the Merlot from Rhinefarm takes on a robust personality. It is distinctively dark and weighty with aromas and and flavors of blueberries, black tea and cocoa and spice box.
The Wine Advocate 91 Points: The 2013 Merlot Sonoma is a major winner and sleeper of the vintage as well as realistically priced. Dense ruby/purple to the rim, the powerful black cherry and chocolaty notes are full-bodied and the wine graceful, rich, full-bodied, opulent and irresistible. The mocha/chocolate component in the black fruit is sensational. Drink it over the next decade or more.
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Oyster Bay Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc
Oyster Bay Marlborough Chardonnay
Oyster Bay Marlborough Pinot Noir
Oyster Bay Hawke’s Bay Merlot
Oyster Bay takes its name from the local ‘Oyster Bay’ on the tip of New Zealand’s majestic South Island. Oyster Bay’s reputation has been built from vines grown in Marlborough’s central Wairau Valley now recognized as one of the great wine growing regions of the world. With its cool, sunny, maritime climate and its shallow, stony soils etched across great alluvial plains by ancient glaciers, Marlborough is described in Oz Clarke’s Wine Atlas as “one of the greatest places on earth to grow vines, producing some of the world’s most remarkable wines.”
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