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Staff Favorites - Angie An
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2011 Seven Hills Columbia Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
Review Date: 1-21-2014
One word, FOCUSED! Washington knows good Cabernet! This plot was planted back in 1980. The wine shows beautiful dark current, black berry, and hints of mocha. I love the secondary flavors of pencil shavings, the earthy mineral components. Long finish with good acidity level. I would drink this Cabernet over many of the highly extracted over-ripe (and more expensive!!!) competitor any day of the week!
2011 Château de Montfaucon Côtes du Rhône
Review Date: 1-14-2014
Chateaux de Montfaucon amazes me once again--this time at an even better value! I tasted their Lirac "Baron Louis" couple weeks back, and it was great, but I'm BLOWN AWAY by the quality of their Côtes du Rhône. Dark cherry, raspberry, black pepper; great mouthfeel and hints of smokey flavor. I love it with prime rib, but this wine is extremely versatile to pair with many other dishes. I love the fact that my wallet can handle this as an everyday wine, while my palate is plenty pleased with the quality. My suggestion? Grab a few bottles before I take them all for myself!
2012 Napa Cellars Napa Valley Chardonnay
Review Date: 12-9-2013
It doesn't get any better than this: Buttery, rich, nutty, tropical fruits and creamy vanilla all in one bottle. This is your classic style Napa Chardonnay at a great price. Perfect for parties or stock up at home for everyday drinking! Cheers!
2012 Rickshaw California Pinot Noir
Review Date: 12-6-2013
Easily one of the best value Pinot Noir available right now. The fruit is sourced from Anderson Valley and Sonoma Coast, two great regions for Pinot Noir grapes. With the recent popularity of Pinot Noir and its correspondingly soaring price, I always appreciate wineries that can produce a good bottle at a great value. Try one for yourself! Cheers!
Montechiara Prosecco DOC
Review Date: 12-3-2013
As the name suggest (Montechiara= Clear Mountain) this Prosecco is clean and easy drinking, great on its own or did someone said mimosa? Try this for your next party: make some orange popsicles in the freezer from fresh OJ; then place it into wine glasses and pour Montechiara Prosecco over it. Now sit back and watch your party guest be WOW'd !!
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