Customer Reviews - psusfca


2008 Ruston "Lost Acre" Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
Review Date: 03-07-2012
I enjoyed this wine and have more bottles to enjoy. Has some structure while delivering some depth. Alexander Valley is a nice alternate venue to Napa. I would say that the price point at the wine club price was an excellent value. At full price, I would not agree with another review that it can take on cabs at twice the price. But iIbought more, so I am in.
Drink from 2012 to 2012
Price: $34.99 Add To Waiting List

2009 Domaine Jean Descombes (Georges Duboeuf) Morgon
Review Date: 05-18-2011
This was recommended by K&L staff member (I am terrible with names) when I decided to grab some more wine besides the two cases I was picking up. He said it was tasting beautifully. It is absolutely delicious. It is elegant with some depth but just a yummy wine. Great price point and I have already ordered some more for great summer red drinking. Gamay's are underappreciated, as I am just beginning to aqppreciate them. This is one that I think most if not all will like.

2009 Lioco Sonoma County Chardonnay
Review Date: 09-01-2010
I agree this is actually better than the 2008. Really rich. Perfect with food or just sipping. Will hold up to most dishes - would rather say game or pork for something this big. It is substantial. Just delicious
Price: $17.99 Add To Waiting List

2007 Spring Valley Vineyard "Uriah" Walla Walla Valley Red Wine
Review Date: 08-18-2010
Year in, year out, the Uriah from Spring Valley is one of my favorite wines. It is just so yummy - structure, some tannins, fruit, all there. And the finish lingers. If you have not tried this one yet, do it. This wine would easily be double if it were from Napa or Sonoma fruit.

2006 L'Ecole No 41 Perigee Seven Hills Vineyard Estate Walla Walla Washington
Review Date: 08-18-2010
Very elegant wine with just the right amount of tannins. Will age for several more years. The only thing I did not like was that, usually when a wine gets opened in our house it gets finished the same day. We decided to be good and do half a bottle. I thought these varietals would hold for the next evening (as we used a vacuum sealer), but it really lost a lot overnight - ended up dumping it. Oh well - I should know better - finish the bottle!!

2005 Seresin "Leah" Pinot Noir Marlborough New Zealand
Review Date: 08-18-2010
Nice wine, nice price. I have always been a fan of the Seresin Sauv, so thought I would check this one out. Enjoyed it, nice fruit, a little earthiness. Overall quite pleasing. And I love screwcaps - I wish all wines would go that way. The day of the cork should be over.
Price: $19.99 Add To Waiting List

2007 Mollydooker "Blue Eyed Boy" Shiraz South Australia
Review Date: 12-12-2009
I am usually a big fan of Mollydooker, but I was not blown away by this wine. There were things to like but just to hot from an alcohol perspective. 16.5% is quite high. But maybe in a few years it will evolve.
Price: $44.90 Add To Waiting List
RP 95 WS 92