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LIVELY, HARMONIOUS, LINGERS AND LINGERS AND MAKES YOU FALL IN LOVE MORE AND MORE, A TOUCH OF WILD AND A TOUCH OF LOVE... THIS IS WITHOUT A DOUBT THE BEST MALBEC I HAVE EVER HAD. Luca Michelotto.
Laureano Gomez was inspired to set up his own small shop in the Uco Valley after over two decades as a winemaker for two of Mendoza's top wineries - Trapiche and Salentine. While at Trapiche, he was one of the winemakers to develop 'Iscay,' the first 'cult wine' to be produced in Argentina. When Laureano … Continue reading I really liked the balance on this Malbec!
VARIETAL: Cabernet Sauvignon ORIGIN: Walla Walla Valley MAKER: John Grochau VINIFICATION: Fermented in open top fermenters with manual punch down and manual pump overs for cap management. AGING: 40% aged 20 months in new French oak barrels
APPELLATION: Pays D’Oc VARIETAL: 100% Pinot Noir FERMENTATION: In stainless steel. Unoaked. TASTING NOTES: Deep ruby color with a nose of ripe raspberries and red cherries with mineral hints in the
Randall Watkins writes: "2014 Laurel Glen Counterpoint has lovely aromas of plum and dark raspberry. In the mouth, the wine unfolds in layers of spice and anise. The finish is fresh and bright with a focused minerality and tannins that are firm, round and delicious."