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2009 Razor’s Edge Chardonnay

Fifteen percent new oak adds creaminess without overwhelming the fruit. Apples and tangelo (honeybell) and a touch of white pepper are matched with good acids. The finish falls off quickly, but that is not unexpected at this price point. This is a pleasant weekday white. Drink it with fried catfish.
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2006 HellBent

This medium-bodied bottle of wine delivered with plenty of ripe fruit. But it wasn't nearly as jammy or plummy as I had expected; instead, it was...
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2007 Bitch

What comes to mind with this wine is Black Forest cake. I know Black Forest cake is not a flavor, per se, but the combination of flavors rushing...