Wolf’s hill demense?
This more than workmanlike product is from Beaujolais and a reliable dinner party stalwart.
Inky colour, full bodied for its origin.
Super wine from Laura’s stock
Nappy Nose and indescribably poor, stale, dull, aged liquid. Straight dowwn the sink.
From the 2016 pot luck case – even Wineonline.ie’s own tasting notes say this wine should be drunk fresh
From the “Laura” collection: This earthy smooth wine made with partially dried grape skins is intensly red in colour with shades of garnet, a fruit-forward bouquet of red cherries and vanilla with hints of spice. We likes the full-flavoured fruity texture and mellow delivery, delicious.
We served this at Christmas dinner and all the table loved it. Perfect complement to the fantastic traditional Dinner.
Good tannins, vanilla nose, big but not overpowering mouthfeel, dry silky finish.
15% Merlot, 85% Cabernet Sauvignon
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Another excellent Alan Crowley recommendation