Next year this bottle will be old enough to drive. Don't wait. It's drinking great now.
Maybe I’d hate to see that tiny little plot of odd vines uprooted to make room for more really excellent Merlot. The preservation of the good of a few over achieving the best good of the many? Maybe, but Americans long ago decided that diversity is good for everyone.
Like the front lawn on a summer day. Cut grass and tropical fruits show on the nose. The palate has grass, pineapple, then mango. The finish adds lingering lemon. Remarkably bright and fresh, this will contrast...
Glassware drips with condensation. Ice cubes shift and clink softly. Screw caps and cans crack and hiss gently. Summer is perfect for white wine. Here are five from the Pacific NW you can't miss.
Hardy Wallace gave himself one year to sell through his first significant release of wines from Dirty and Rowdy Family Winery in late August, 2012. It would be work, hand selling, lots of travel. If they could sell out in a year, it would be a sign that maybe this small California winery could have a future.