On the Nose: Guava, passion fruit, with lavenda and lemon verbena with hints of stone fruit, grapefruit and fennel.
On the Palate: Crisp acidity and bright fruit. Citrus, lemon verbena, tangerine and passion fruit. Great balance between the acidity and mineral fruit. A perfect pairing for oysters, vegetables, fish, or nicely chilled on a hot summer night.
On the Nose: Deep Blueberry and black fruits with Violets and white pepper. Eyes hidden behind a tragic veil of mocha, spice and creamy toasted oak.
On the Palate: Layers of deep, dark Blueberry, Boysenberry, alternating with bright red berry fruit. Long n the palate with a brooding but seductive structure laced with tobacco, cassis and exotic spices. Velvet tannins dressed in black trail into a creamy toasted oak finish with a suggestion of Crème Brûlée. She will seduce you. You will do anything she asks.
On the Nose: Red & Black Briar fruit with hints of black cherry cola, bay leaf and exotic spice.
On the Palate: Lush Boysenberry and Cranberry turning to black cherry in a dark exotic dance of flavors. The mouth feel is incredible with high notes of bright acidity balanced with a rich baseline of deep fruit draped with leather textures. The provincial herb, bay leaf notes finish with dark chocolate and a hint of oak and spice. Can only be followed by a tragic black and white movie full of intrigue, unfulfilled pasion, and probably a murder.
On the Nose: Bright strawberry fruit laced with loads of exotic spice. Cinnamon and clove stand up to the dark and brooding and trail to creamy oak finish... bright seductive but approached with caution...
On the Palate: Dense lush fruit... Dark and mysterious. Strawberry giving way to lush blackberry and black earth with hints of black liquorice... Seductive tannins weave a complex mid palate with flavors that get darker and more brooding. You have been seduced but now you are tied up and captivated. The dark influence of the Mourvedre really presents itself about 60% in as the mood continues to get darker. Long on the palate with glimmers of light reflecting off shiny black latex... and trails into a creamy oak finish laced with hints of toasted almond and spice.
50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Malbec, 25% Petite Verdot, Paso Robles
Bright and rich on the nose. Red berry fruit with pronounced black currant, plum and rhubarb laced with exotic spice... Instant awareness of the big, lush mouth feel... with layers of dense fruit. Blackberry, currant and spice are carried by a deep baseline of rich forest floor and earth. Big velvet tannins define the structure of this massive yet graceful wine. Its long mouth feel seduces you but its complexity keeps your senses popping. Long fruit profile maintains through out as it trails to a creamy oak finish that together with the fruit seem to go on forever... The best Slayer yet!!
On the nose: Deep red and black berry fruit with dark chocolate covered espresso beans with hints of spice and creamy oak.
On the palate: A labyrinth of dark exotic fruits. Deep Blueberry, bright Pomegranate, bloody like Rhubarb, building to the monster structure laced with velvet tannins. Long, long, "War & Peace" long... on the palate with mouth-watering fruit and a mouthfeel that make you crave more. Bright acitity hits the top of the mouth and keeps you from slipping into the heart of darkness that lies at the core of this wine. Waves of mouth-filling tannins continue endlessly all the way to the dark chocolate and creamy oak finish.