Red Wine by Domaine Sarrazin from Burgundy, France - regions. Sous La Roche is a rocky, precipitous vineyard sits at 900 feet on a mixture of limestone and red clay. This placement gives the wine more freshness and structure in both perfume and on the palate a gorgeous mineral terroir that you can really taste. A mix of red fruits and pepper on the nose; a vibrant yet saturated sensation on the palate, with black fruits and good peppery spices.
Red Wine by Giant Steps from Yarra Valley, Australia. Wonderfully intricate: powerful primary notes of wild blackberry, dried mushroom, mulberry bush with braised plum, cinnamon stick and sour cherry. Its focused and fine tannins are assisted by judicious Burgundian oak treatment.
Red Wine by Joseph Drouhin from Burgundy, France - regions. Deep garnet color, bright like a gemstone. The aromas are as intense, but elegant. They are reminiscent of cherry jelly with hints of wood and balsam, or cedar. With age, the aromas take on gamey touches. On the palate, the wine displays flesh as well as structure and a velvety texture. Very flavorful aftertaste, evoking fruit syrups and spice infusions.
Red Wine by Clos Pegase from Carneros, California. The 2012 Pinot Noir has deep enticing aromas of red and black cherries and olallieberry accented by dried porcini mushroom, pu-erh tea, sweet spices and wisps of church incense. The wine is silky and seamless in the mouth, balancing fleshiness with perfect acidity and an opulent mouthfeel.