It mostly handles well at this point in its development.This will do better with food–it is certainly not a porch sipper–but it does come around with 90 minutes or so of aeration.” -Mark Squires “These wines are deeply discounted for one week.
But it’s not really a sweet wine because electrifying acidity creates a wonderful tension and edginess. Bright red cherry fruit and black pepper tempt you to take that sip, with hints of brawny juniper, rich blackberry and briary boysenberry in the background.
(on sale through ) Previous Vintage: 89 Points – Wine Advocate, June 2015 “The 2013 Pinot Gris Reserve is unoaked.
This is a very respectable expression of Pinot Gris, solid in the mid-palate, juicy on the finish and showing more than a little tension.
Showing many of the same sensibilities as the Cabernet Reserve, this nod to Bordeaux’s Right Bank fulfills its mission well.
It has some ‘old school’ ideas, including somewhat harder tannins and a fresh feel. Overall, it should make a great food wine and it can still improve with cellaring.” -Mark Squires Osprey’s Dominion Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve 2010–.79 SAVE 15% (on sale through 1.12.16) 89 Points from The Wine Advocate, June 2015 “The 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve is not entirely a monovarietal, as there is 12% Merlot and 4% Petit Verdot blended in.
(on sale through ) “Very ripe tropical fruit aroma such as pineapple and grapefruit with complex suggestions of green apples, toasted oak and vanilla.