Cellar/Tasting Notes The rich, fruity and powerful aromas are highlighted by spicy and mineral notes. Delicious exotic dishes will pair perfectly with this complex wine, whose personality will have fully developed after three to seven years in the bottle.
Cellar/Tasting Notes "The 2010 Barolo Vigna Marenca bursts from the glass with massive dark red/black fruit, iron, smoke and sweet spices. Intensely ferrous and hugely tannic, the Marenca is endowed with serious Serralunga depth and structure. Even with all of its power, the Marenca always has an extra dimension of..
Cellar/Tasting Notes "offers up notes of white peach, spiced pear and acacia blossom?lilting mouth feel to the well-detailed, vibrant and attractively mineral driven flavors that possess fine complexity on the well-balanced and lingering finish. This is very pretty.
Cellar/Tasting Notes "As has been the case for a number of years, Rudd’s Sauvignon Blanc in 2012 is a stunning effort. Although it does not say so on the label, I believe a lot of the fruit for this cuvee comes from a vineyard on Mt. Veeder. It is an 891-case blend of 83% Sauvignon Blanc, 9% Semillon and 8% Sauvignon..
Cellar/Tasting Notes "Vibrant, expressive, focused and concentrated, dancing lightly with an array of toast? and mineralaccented peach, pear, lime and orange blossom flavors, lingering enticingly against refined acidity."
Cellar/Tasting Notes The Puligny Montrachet 1er Cru Les Referts" is a rich opulent chardonnay with aromas of various fruit.
This great white wine is destined to honour haute cuisine : shellfish cooked in a court-bouillon, creamed and poached fish, poultry liver pâtés, ripe cheeses like Munster and mature..
Cellar/Tasting Notes Formerly known as Alchemist, Remnant is created to be one of the darkest, richest, and most masculine wines in the Booker line-up. This wine’s blend can be influenced by any varietal found in our vineyard. Some years Remnant is composed of almost entirely Syrah, other years it may see more..
Cellar/Tasting Notes Oublie is one of the lightest blends produced by the vineyard. It aims to mimic Chateaneuf du Pape and pair well with all types of food. The name is a French term for the “forgotten”, this refers to the Counoise grape which is less commonly seen in California wines.
Cellar/Tasting Notes Vertigo aims to be a traditional Rhone blend, a “G-S-M”. The vineyard ferment a portion of this wine whole cluster and use stem inclusion to add a bit to its character in terms of tannin and spice. The name ‘Vertigo is in jest for one of Booker's steepest hillsides that grows Grenache, Syrah..