One thing I love about the Fall is cooking Sunday Roast. Being half English, it’s in my blood to bang out Beef, roast veggies, Yorkshire pudding and gravy. The Brits wouldn’t serve up such fare without a bottle or two of Claret (Bordeaux red). I switched it up a touch and went west, to Napa. This wine was simply amazing.
Huge nose of violets, plums and blue fruits from a beautiful purple-hued glass. Big mouthfulls of black plums, dark currants and absolutely gorgeous tannins greeted me right off the bat. Perfectly balanced with a hint of acidity and a polished finish that lasted forever. I later got olives, fig paste and perhaps a touch of eaucalyptus. This is a stunning wine. 93 points for me for this $60 effort make it a 4 star wine. Salut….