Posts Tagged ‘Hue’

Wild Rock Pinot Noir 2009 winew review by (PB)

Bright cherry hue of the lighter persuasion with good strawberry aromas with some light spice. Palate–Surprisingly chewy presence with a citrusy grape fruity note that is astounding. Not your crazy fruit forward variety of Pinot you get from Oregon and California. This Central Otago (New Zealand)is a wine unto itself. Really interesting. We’ll see how […]

Brutocao Merlot “Bliss Vineyard” 2008 wine review by (PB)

Garnet hue with bouquet of woody cherry fruit with a rustic edge to it all. Palate– awkward front that borders on a flaw, a touch of bread, very restrained fruit, the same awkward mid-palate and finish. I’ll let this breathe but this is off to a disappointing start! 2 hours later, the bouquet is really […]

Pine Ridge Chenin Blanc/Viognier 2011 wine review by (PB)

Straw hue with bouquet of pears, banana, and green apple fragrances that is wonderful. Palate–Spritzy mouth with fruity, off dry, Fuji apple fruit. Finishes with big lingering pear and green apple. This is a seriously tasty blend of the two grapes even as Pine Ridge emerges as a real contender in the vast world of […]

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