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93 • Barboursville 2007 Reserve, Cabernet Franc, Virginia $23.
Deep garnet violet color. Tomato skin, bloody meat, tobacco, and wet clay aromas follow through on a supple, slightly tannic entry to a dry medium-to-full body with very tart, boggy, leafy, cranberry flavors and a savory, mossy earth accented fade with silty tannins. A dry Old World style red with an an appealing rustic character that will excel with hearty game dishes like boar and bison. (tasted on Jan-21-2010)
92 • Barboursville 2006 "Octagon" Red, Virginia $40.
Aromas of wet clay, mixed berry creme brulee, and delicate spice and herbs follow through on a round, satiny entry to a dryish medium-to-full body with plum skin and tomato notes. Finishes with nice touch of cocoa and peppery spice on the soft, mossy, dusty tannin fade. Very stylish in an Old World vein. (tasted on Jan-21-2010)
90 • Keswick Vineyards 2007 Reserve, Cabernet Franc, Monticello $26.
Deep garnet color. Sweet mocha, dusty eucalyptus leaf, and buttery roasted nut aromas follow through on a round, supple entry to a dryish medium-to-full body with savory berry tomato tart flavors and a round, creamy and toasty oak spice accented finish with polished, chewy tannins. (tasted on Jan-21-2010)
90 • Keswick Vineyards 2007 Heritage Estate Reserve, Red Blend, Monticello $35. Cellar Selection.
Aromas of cacao shell, clay, honeyed pie crust, and young berries on the vine follow through on a silk, buoyant entry to a dryish medium body with vanilla custard and peppery spice notes. Finishes with a long, racy, chewy tannin fade. A stylish sipper or table wine with a great lively character. (tasted on Jan-21-2010)
88 • Narmada Winery 2008 Narmada Vineyard, "Midnight", Chambourcin, Virginia $18.
Deep garnet violet color. Lightly smoky roasted coffee bean, cocoa, and baked berry aromas follow through on a bright, round entry to a fruity medium body with nice depth and black raspberry and mulberry flavors and a tangy, citrus peel kissed finish. Easy-going and very tasty. (tasted on Jan-21-2010)
88 • Democracy Vineyards 2007 Reserve, "Velvet Revolution", Monticello $15. Best Buy.
Deep garnet black color. Aromas of unfired clay, loganberries, incense and pepper spice follow through on a round, supple entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium body with tangy fruit and a touch of hay. Finishes with a crisp, apple skin and powdery tannin fade. A nice table wine. (tasted on Jan-21-2010)
88 • Potomac Point Winery 2008 Richland Reserve, Heritage, Virginia $26.99.
Aromas of mocha, baked berries and earth follow through on a round ,supple entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body with savory mulberry and tomato notes and a slate and peppercorn accented finish with powdery tannins. (tasted on Jan-21-2010)
88 • Gadino Cellars 2007 Petit Verdot, Virginia $27.
Deep garnet color. Cocoa powder, cedar, green peppercorn, and muddy berries aromas follow through on a round entry to a dryish medium-to-full body with an earthy, dried berry and tomato notes. Finishes with a tangy, smooth tannin fade. Very nice and earthy; pair with duck or pheasant. (tasted on Jan-21-2010)
86 • Gadino Cellars 2005 Reserve, Merlot, Virginia $29.
Deep garnet color. Aromas of dried wild flowers, mace, and grape, buttermilk custard follow through on a round, supple entry to a dryish medium body with savory tomato chutney notes and a chewy, powdery tannin fade. (tasted on Jan-21-2010)
86 • Rogers Ford 2006 Red Select, Virginia $18.
Ruby color. Aromas of tomato on the vine, mineral salts, and browned berry pie crust follow through on a round, supple entry to a dryish medium-to-full body with a touch of overripe apple and forest floor on the mineral kissed, fine tannin finish. Serve with food. (tasted on Jan-21-2010)
86 • Potomac Point Winery 2008 Petit Verdot, Virginia $24.99.
Aromas of wild mushrooms, chalk dust, and clay follow through on a round supple entry to dry medium-to-full body with raw meat and green tomato notes. Finishes with a dry, powdery tannin fade. An earthy food wine, try with boar. (tasted on Jan-21-2010)
85 • Barboursville 2008 Cabernet Sauvignon, Virginia $15.
Mild berry and earth aromas follow through on a soft, silky entry to a dryish, glycerous medium body with pistachio nut oil and delicate dried spice notes. Finishes with a round, earthy tomato accented fade. A nice table wine. (tasted on Jan-21-2010)
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