Lots of bell pepper and loamy earth.. medium weight, ruby and chewy leather
Wine X Says:
It’s a Haley club starting a food fight at a farmers market. Lots of leather and green things flying.
Rating X and an extra half X is you can let get some breeze in it’s hair.
Bordeaux Superior 2012
More complex than expected. Fresh red and blue fruits. Violets and roses. A hint of white pepper. Tasted twice with consistent notes.
Wine X says:.
It’s like being late for a third date and buying a bouquet at trader Joe’s along the way. It’s flowerd everywhere and complex. Worth the work…[Read more]
Welsh Family Wines
eokity-Amity Hills AVA Oregon
Bright and cheeery, with sweet red fruit and a noticeable and pleasant notes of fresh jasmine. Drinking delightfully now.
Wine X Says:
It’s Kenny G in a sweet ride. Totally cherry and a Jazz man too. Rating XX
Fun bottle and ready to enjoy. There is a lot of value in the central coast and this is certainlyvs typical example of that. Enough back bone to pair with savory dishes. Big and bright youthful red fruit. Likely can age some, but we all agreed that this bottle is awesome today so why wait
Pinot Noir 2015
Santa Maria Valley…[Read more]
Central Coast, CA
Delicious Rose without the typical rose over-sweetness. The Ballard Park will make you rethink everything you’ve ever hated about Rose wines.
Like front row seats to Bruno Mars. Bright, crisp, and a lot of fun until the end. Wine X Rating XX and as close to a third X as a Rose will ever get.
Magna Carmenere Limited Reserve 2015
Valle De Curico, Chile
Like a fruit food fight in the hall of the Met. Blueberries and raspberries flying around and lots of elegant minerals. Easy to love.
Yesterday I handed out Wine X to 100 students at our final meeting of the quarter and to another 20 students in one of my viticulture classes. It appears everyone was pleasantly surprised at how in tune Wine X is with our generation and age group. They love the diversity of relevant articles and topics that go beyond the scope of the wine…[Read more]
I am sorry that Wine X doesn’t exist anymore, what you wrote about wine was very interesting, and the move you made in the direction of young people, and towards a funnier way of writing about wine, has always been a relief for me. I have been sorry too, not to have found your magazine in my hometown Paris.
For sure, you did face a very…[Read more]