Monthly Archives: October 2010

LaBoure-Roi Pouilly Fuisse 2008 review by (PB)

This white Burgundy made from Chardonnay is vastly different than the Chards we’re used to of new world origins! It presents with a nice gentle golden hue with a bouquet that is at once citrusy and lively with vibrant mineral notes and laced with vanilla and a fleeting note of mint.Palate–Lemon peel is pronounced with…

Blason de L’Evangile Pomerol 1999 Wine Review (NW)

Tasting notes:Fragrant layers of black cherry, plum, and tobacco on the noseFull bodied with velvety texture on the palateSilky smooth finish that has smoky notes along with red berries and cedarSummary:Drinking well-aged red Bordeaux is always a treat. My wife bought this wine for me as part of a selection of anniversary wines- we were…

Casa La Postolle Carmenere 2008 review by (PB)

This noteworthy Chilean vintner produces some of the most reliable wine in Chile. This is a Rapel Valley varietal that is deeply pigmented with black cherry hue with a big dark sweet black berry pie aroma with black pepper and spicy cedar bouquet.Palate–a full bodied berry fruit bomb with nice dark fruit and light rear…