Customer Reviews - AC


2006 Concha y Toro "Don Melchor" Cabernet Sauvignon Puente Alto
Review Date: 09-16-2009
Wow! This wine has everything you could look for in a Cabernet and more. I am amazed at how the quality of the wines from Chile have grown however still to some they are unknown. Very few wines impress like this one does.

2005 Santa Ema Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve, Maipo Valley
Review Date: 09-01-2009
Delicious flavor and overall a very good wine for the price, this is a perfect wine to serve at dinner parties.
Price: $14.99 Add To Waiting List
WS 90

2007 Fontanafredda Barbera Piemonte "Briccotondo"
Review Date: 06-17-2009
Wine is extremely flavorful, smooth and very easy to drink. Don’t be fooled by the price, this wine is sure to please any crowd. This wine can be opened and saved to enjoy a day or two later (if you can put the bottle down that is). I originally bought two bottles, after tasting I came back to buy more only to discover K&L was out of stock. Luckily shortly they received some more but apparently they are out of stock again. That right there should tell you how delicious and popular this wine is.
Price: $10.99 Add To Waiting List
W&S 90 WS 90

2008 Pascual Toso Malbec Maipu Valley
Review Date: 06-16-2009
Plain and simple I love this wine and everyone I introduce this wine to ends up buying at least half a case. When I first tasted this wine I was sure it was at least a $20 bottle of wine, at that price it would be a good deal. At half that price it’s hard to find a better bargain for your money. I find myself often reaching for a bottle of Pascual 2008 over other bottles three, four or even five times in price.

This wine is so smooth and fresh with just the right amount of acidity. I find that I can open this bottle drink a glass or two and come back to it a few days later and the wine continues to stay strong if not maybe even improve just a little.

This is for sure one of my favorite wines in my cellar.
Price: $9.99 Add To Waiting List

2006 Bodegas Numanthia-Termes "Termes" Toro
Review Date: 05-28-2009
The Bodgeas Numanthia Termes Toro is from the same producers of the more expensive Toro Numanthia and Toro Termanthia. On the nose the smell of berries, fruit, cedar, vanilla and a creamy texture. The wine when tasting still has a distinct taste of berries & fruit however, it balances well with the other elements and acidity so its not a fruit bomb.

At under $30 a bottle this is probably one of the better values in Spanish wine. Toro seems to be one of the hidden gems in Spanish wine that is becoming more and more recognized. It is not a surprise the popularity this wine is gaining as the recognition grows. I would be sure to get your allocation before this gem is gone.

It should drink well from 2010-2020 however it can be drank now with some time in the decanter.
Drink from 2010 to 2010