2002 Clancys

This is a Shiraz, Cab, Merlot and Cab Franc blend.

This bottle was looking at me for a long time, not sure why I kept passing it up. Lets just say blueberry, blackberry come the closest. I wouldnt at this point decant at all.

We really liked this easy to drink shiraz, maybe are expectations were low. Either way it was enjoyed. Not going to put a rating on it, probably hard to find now. But dont let bottles go to waste wating on the perfect moment to open. We got lucky on this one, so dig around and pull out that bottle you saved.  Cheers

2009 Sea Smoke Gratis Chardonnay


This has been a suprise! Came in the mail as a former club member. Why was I a member, Pinot of course. But wow is this an incredible Chard. Love the color nice medium yellow, great nose, not overly oaky at all. Just right. The acidity is low, the fruit is great. I have to say we loved drinking this wine.


OK, Sea Smoke known for Pinot. This Chard is a home run. The sad part is, its not for sale. Nope. Hence the name Gratis, so... Get a membership, go to Sea Smoke and search this one out.

On my scale of of gotta own and love to drink, a full 9 out of 10 here.

Browsing Archive: May, 2009

2005 Aia $25 Blend from Miner

Posted by Jeff Harig on Sunday, May 31, 2009, In : Cabernet Blend 
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This is a cool bottle of wine that I have often gone in search of. This is a second label from the folks at Miner.
This is a Meritage style wine. 36%Cabernet Franc, 17%Cabernet, 17%Merlot, 2%Malbec, 1%Sangiovese.

Nice dark blackberry comes at you first, nose and on the palate. Lots of good darker fruit in a bowl. Mixed berry its great. Not a heavy tannin wine, its soft on the palate. For me this wine is about the nice fruits that roll around in the mouth as you drink it. Great a...
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2006 Chapin Syrah $26 Temecula Valley

Posted by Jeff Harig on Wednesday, May 27, 2009, In : Syrah 

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Chapin is in the Temecula valley about an hour north of San Diego. For those outside Southern California you may not be familiar with it. 

Chapin is a small family owned winery, making the Syrah from Temecula grown grapes. The nose on the wine has a bit of spice and delicate fruit aromas. While the taste hade a cranberry and blueberry note to it. Some spice as well, Not too much but maybe for some. 
The color was sort of a cross between a ruby and garnet, medium color with l...

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2006 Provenance Three Palms vineyard Merlot $52

Posted by Jeff Harig on Tuesday, May 26, 2009, In : Merlot 
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This is a stately Merlot, nice big, deep, ripe, dark fruits. The nose starts of with a berry, lets say strawberry with a hint of dark chocolate. There is still that slight cherry nose behind it as well.

The first wash over the palate reveals those nice dark ripe fruits, fills the mouth well with flavors of berrys and then the minerals wash in and the long smooth tannins hang nicely to the palate.

This wine may fool some, the fruit says Merlot real quick, but as you drink it, ...
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Prime Cellars 2005 Napa Cabernet $36

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 21, 2009, In : Cabernet 
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First I want to thank Ted Henry for letting me sample this bottle. 150 cases made of the Napa gem. Tried the video in the kitchen rather than the office, not sure. Took a lot of notes when tasting, lot going on in this bottle.

The first thing that got to me was the nose, it has these nice dark berries, dark cherries and a spice. Now this is a 13.6% alcohol, not typical these days with the big fruit bombs of alcohol that we have gotten used to.

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Migration 2006 Pinot Noir $29

Posted by Jeff Harig on Tuesday, May 19, 2009, In : Pinot Noir 
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The 2006 Migration Pinot Noir is from the people at Golden Eye in the Anderson Valley.

This wine brought on a great nose of strawberry, raspberry and thar subtle floral not that we associate with the varietal of the area. Its medium bodied wine, that is sweet, spicy and has a soft earth finish. Not full water of stones mineral power but real subtle. The finish is nice and long and lingers well a real good representation of Pinot Noir.

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2006 Ben Glaetzer, Wallace Shiraz $16-$26

Posted by Jeff Harig on Friday, May 15, 2009, In : Shiraz 
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Picked this up last night while out tasting wine. My friend Lori at the Wine Merchants in Carlsbad tasted me on it and Iam glad she did. My first thoughts were big red cherry nose, Nice cherry, peppery taste. Just what you like from Barossa valley Shiraz. Being on Barossa a blend of Grenache gives it that slight earthy and mineral taste and nose, gives is a bright light cherry taste too.

Colin Glaetzer is a pretty big name in the business, Ben his son, seems to be doing great as ...

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2007 Robert Foley Charbono $35

Posted by Jeff Harig on Friday, May 15, 2009, In : Charbono 

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This is cool grape, my first go at it. Robert Foley Charbono is this inky dark juice, Its has a deep dark cherry flavor. The fruit is nice, not jammy in any way but real pleasant. I really enjoyed it. The body is nice, medium. Well structured and hangs well on the palate with nice soft tannins. A wine you can drink with almost any thing.

I think you should search out this wine and the grape. I will be looking for more of this varietal. I have read people trying to compare to Pet...
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Match 20003 Cabernet $25 Butterdragon vinyard

Posted by Jeff Harig on Wednesday, May 13, 2009, In : Cabernet 
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My buddy showed up with this tonight, a wine I have really liked in the past.

All right this is a wine I bought about a year ago maybe a bit longer for the same price about $25. It was drinking really great back then and I think was a real steal. The fruit was still present and it held up like a big boy Napa Cab. I think 2003 was just thought of as a bad year on average and it got caught in the mix. Sure 2004 and 2005 were really good,but this also was a great drink. Some were ...
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Larkmead sauvignon blanc battle 2006 Vs. 2007 $30

Posted by Jeff Harig on Monday, May 11, 2009, In : Sauvignon Blanc 

It was a nice afternoon on the patio when the Larkmead Sauvignon Blanc came out. A nice looking wine with a bright clean pale yellow color.

The 2006 was opened first, I am a club member and I am not sure this was allocated outside the winery or club. As expected we got that crisp clean feel, citrus, maybe a little grape fruit on the palate. We all enjoyed drinking it. It also had this earthy tone, minerals, almost woody as someone described it. A really neat tasting wine.

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Hatcher Barbera 2006 Amodor $24 Great Fruit

Posted by Jeff Harig on Friday, May 8, 2009, In : Barbera 

Stopped in at the Wine Merchants in Carlsbad today and tasted this little gem today, wish I would of had more. But I can tell you this, great fruit. The nose is light, spice maybe a little cherry like, not overwhelming, maybe a little light. Its a light body to medium body wine, but the fruit is what gets you right off with this one.

I would think eating ribs, pizza, early afternoon snacks on the patio with friends. Its easy to drink, it does not last long and wont overwhelm you. You not goin...
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Silver Palm ‘06 Cabernet $16

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Cabernet Blend 


It was claimed to be restaurant only for the 2005 vintage, but most shops seemed to have it. Some were asking almost $30 Thinking they had a real find that no one could get and it was worth the money. But then slowly it leaked out that this was a real bargain and could be bought retail under $20 and then most shops had to make the offer. Now it seems the 2006 vintage is going to stores without a hassle, I think. I walked into it at one of my shops just sitting there waiting for me to buy, I ...

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Coming this week 2006 Cabernets Under $20

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009,


This week lets not break the bank! I am going after the elusive under $20 bottle of wine that is still drinkable! You know we all search for that.

So that being said this week I will put these three gems to the test, and possibly others. The reason I pick these three. They appear to be readily available in most wine shops I walked into. When I gave them the preliminary taste I found them to be “not bad”  and one is under $10!

So coming this week are

1. Silver Palms, $16 - A Napa Valley C...

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04 Provenance Merlot Carneros Las Amigas $60

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Merlot 


This has great fruit, black cherry, maybe some chocolate. A little licorice too. It has a lot going on. The nose is beautiful, dark fruit bowl of mixed black berries, black cherry.

Being a Beckstoffer farmed grape, its got all that fruit flavor you expect. It then has this great long finish, a real mouth full of crisp clean fruits, tannins. Drinking this wine was great.

So it had all that fruit,but then came in with licorice, pepper, spice. There is a lot going on here. One of my friends fir...

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Kaiken Ultra Cab ‘06 $19 Argentina

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Cabernet 


This is almost all cab 4% malbec thrown in, since they make a pretty good malbec.

Deep red cherry nose, its subtle though. On the palate you get the berry, some tobacco flavors, casis. Its doing a good job of tasting like a cab, NOT from Agentina. I find it easy to drink as did those around me. Poured straight from the bottle and it was nice so don’t worry if you order it out. Put it through the Vinturi and it really opened up the fruit flavors. I think decanting would be good if you...

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Cosentino The Zin ‘06 $18 Lodi

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Zin 


As you may have read WCW is a big fan of Cosentino. This wine in particular was a reason I jumped in a bunch of years ago.

However this vintage left me wanting more for the gang over there off 29. The fruit was like a dark chocolate covered black cherry, dense and as some like t say “jammy”.  It hung around OK, but after the fruit let loose so did the rest of the wine.

Cosentino has plenty of others, this one just has a great price point and generally speaking its a good $20 buy. First t...

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Franciscan Cabernet ‘05 Napa $18

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Cabernet Blend 


This guy says Cabernet, but is a blend.  87% Cabernet Sauvignon, 11% Merlot, 2% Cabernet Franc, Petite Verdot and Malbec.

While it may not make anyones top 100, its not bad.

Its a dark red wine. Black Cherry even a bit of plumb on the nose.  Look for a brighter berry taste, not quite raspberry but close. Long full tannins, it can really fill the mouth for a wine under or near $20

This is a great wine to keep around, and pop mid week or just as that bottle we drink later. It wont break the ba...

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Seasmoke Botella Pinot ‘06 $80(retail) $40 club

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Pinot Noir 


OK this is the bomb! I mean this is one of the rock stars  of Pinot. The TEN  and Southing are equally good, TEN coasting a bit more.

Been a club member for a while just so I could get may hands on these gems once a year and they have not disappointed.

Glorious fruit like tart berries, and earthy tones as expected from a pinot. Beautiful light garnet color and a floral nose. The finish is what gets you, a glass of this can really last. It hangs on to your pallet forever. Let sit open for lik...

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Cosentino Pinot Grigio ‘07 $18

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Pinot Grigio 


OK the girls gave this a try and seem to really like it. It was crisp, cool, nice flavor or fruits. more than the typical Pinot Grigio. Not too dry.

Nice wine for summer, going to be great on the patio in the afternoon.

I know a little girlie right, well they like good wine too! and we like them.

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Larkmead Firebell ‘06 $50

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Cabernet Blend 


Big huge wine! 55% Merlot, 35% Cabernet, 6% Cab franc, 4% Malbec and  100% great to drink! This is a real beauty!

Big ruby red color, Big full nose. Black Cherry, Casis flavors are bold the tannin is just right right in the mouth long, long finish. You can really enjoy each mouthful.

Drank with friends last night with appetizers, it was the star. Anyone who likes big reds will love this. We did, Of course I was buying who wouldnt love that!

Larkmead is located just north of St. Helena, Beaut...

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Nickel & Nickel Spring Hill Pinot ‘07 $45

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Pinot Noir 


Real nice floral berry fruit. Smooth and silky earth tone with a bit of spice that finishes the glass nicely.

Sonoma Coast, brings that soil and earth that you expect. Not over the top in any way, a real easy beautiful wine to drink.

Not what you might expect from Nickel & Nickel, I think of them as Merlots and then Cabs. But again proving that they can make a great bottle of wine.

The neighbors seem to like it a lot, and I am not just because I was buying. OK maybe a little…


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Nickel & Nickel 06 Harris Merlot $50

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Merlot 


Another favorite out of  my cellar.  2006 Harris merlot about $50.

Nothing like good single vineyard wines. You get a true feel of the terroir.  You will taste the full on Oakville style fruit. Bluberry/ Cherry dark fruit. A cedar edge comes from the French oak barrels.

This is a top tier merlot for sure. Blind taste a friend, they will not think merlot you’ll hear Cab or Bordeaux but you will hear they love it. As with all the Nickel wines.

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Christopher Cameron 03 Cabernet $22

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Cabernet 


This wine is produced right here in Carlsbad Ca.  Sourcing grapes from a family vineyard in Sonoma.

Producing big dark fruit, spicy tannins with with a great finish Not heavy on the acidity. Very well balanced for a wine at this price. You will not disappoint any of you wine buddies.

I didn’t even have to buy this one, oh yes I did. By the glass at a local restaurant in Encinitas, Firefly. Was fun

For around $20 to $25 this is a wonderful everyday drinker!


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Altamura Sauv Blanc 06 $39

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Sauvignon Blanc 


very crisp finish, smooth on the palet. I notice a sesame nose, which is interesting. It really reminds me of some of the white I drank in France. A nice wine for anyone who likes whites for sure. As a primarily red drinker I see this as a great day time wine or summer on the patio.

The price for me is a bit stiff, $39. There are a lot of good Sauv Blancs out there for less. But for someone special or if you just don’t drink much white, this is a great buy for the occasion.

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Wine Sellar - San Diego Ca

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Wine Shops 


The Wine Sellar is also known as the Wine Sellar & Brasserie.

First the store. It has an incredible selection of fine wines from around the world. Excellent French, German and Italian wines and of course the great California wines.

I find the selection of Pinot Noir to be one of the best. Great French Burgundy to the beautiful Russian River. Of course Oregon as well, but I lean to the Russian River for my Pinot fix.

Wednesday and Saturday is when the have their regular wine tasting events. V...

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Carlsbad Wine Merchants, Carlsbad Ca.

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Wine Shops 


This is a great local shop in Carlsbad, with two sides. Store front and tasting room. The store front has a nice selection of wines for all budgets. Its well layed out and easy to find what you are after.

The other side of the shop is a wine bar. With many by the glass choices and some fantastic beers and espresso.  Great cheese boards are available in a variety of sizes.

The feature a couple of wine clubs, where members can come in and taste as many as 18 wines and choose two. This typicall...

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North County Wine Co. San Marcos Ca

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Wine Shops 


This is a nice shop easily found in San Marcos, Ca.

They feature one of the largest by the glass selections that you will ever see. Served at the bar or on the patio.

The have special days like ladies night on Thursdays, Jazz on Sundays.

The selection of wine is well planned and easily found. If you can not find what you are looking for the staff is always available for you.

The owner went out of his way to find me a case of wine I was looking for. Gave me the best price possible. This is gr...

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Wine Street Carlsbad,CA

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Wine Shops 


One of the older shops in North County, located in La Costa.

When this shop opened it was the place to be. A great selection of wine and a great reserve room. Over time the people turned over and we seemed to loose the ones we liked. Other shops opened in the area.

Well there is a new owner, he has done a great job of getting his prices back to reality, his selection of wine is back to what it should be. He has totally re-built the inside.  It is now back on the list to stop in and shop.


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San Diego Wine Co. San Diego, Ca

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Wine Shops 


This shop started out a little warehouse style shop with great values and some great selections.

They moved to a nicer location and I think lost a step. While still some great values, not the selection that I would like to see. The staff seems to let you walk around and not bother you.

This is one of those cases where they had a good thing and maybe tried to hard to make it better and lost what made them great.

If  you are on Miramar Rd. you need to give it a look.


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Hi Time Wine Cellar, Costa Mesa Ca

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Wine Shops 


This is like Disney Land for wine lovers!

By far the largest selection on EVERYTHING in Southern California that I have seen. No matter what your flavor, varietal, country you name it they have it.

While it is larger than most, they still have an incredible staff here. Actually buyers for Cabernet, Pinot, Chardonnay etc. While shopping they ask if you have questions or if you are looking for something specific. If its not out, they may have it out back.

Typically the best prices around. A gr...

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Pina 2006 just arrived!

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Cabernet 

OK, I just received my 2006 Pina Cabernets!. If you are not familiar with this winery try and find them your next trip up. Just off the “Trail” not hard to find at all.  They started out 40 plus years ago in the vinyard management business. Tending to some of Napas best.Now producing big dense cabernets.

First is the Howell Mountain Buckeye Cab and the second is the Napa Valley D’Adamo both 100% Cabernet.

This is a neat little location with a small area for tasting, if your lucky like ...

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Cosentino Winery Napa Ca

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Winery 


OK, the WCW and his wife love this place! The staff is just awesome. The array of wine that Cosentino makes is amazing. And if you are in the club you will love it. Sometimes “Whacky” But you are not going to get the same old two cabs or a cab and a white. They are going to mix it up on you, give you something to look forward to!

Now going to the winery is a great place to start a Napa trip They are on the 29 just north of Yountville. Start there, and work your way north. Right next door...

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Wilson Creek, Temecula CA - Good Fun

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Winery 


We went with about 30 people on a limo bus this weekend and had a great time, good people. Try their famous Almond champagne and the Chocolate Port.

They have a large tasting area in front and in the back with the barrels. Sure its Temecula, Ca. But its a lot of fun and they do produce a variety of really good wine.

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Cougar Winery, Temecula CA- Just plain RUDE

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Winery 
pawlogo I don’t need to say more… They did have a pink wine that was decent.

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Hedges CMS ‘07 Cab, Merlot Syrah - Blah

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Cabernet Blend 
07 Hedges CMS Cab, Merlot, Syrah $17 Columbia Valley Wa. Not much here.Surprised it didnt have more umph. No Fruit, no back end. Cab Merlot and Syrah. But man there was not much here. Sure easy to drink, no finish, no fruit, nothing to say wow. But I can not say it was bad it just was…

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Cosentino Estate Cab 05 - Big Fan

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Cabernet 
Hey where did the review go!?

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Lewis Cabernet 05 - Nice drinker here

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Cabernet 
05 Lewis Cab $? friend brought it over. Berry, earth, Anise, put it through the Vinturi and was great. Nice long finish

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Turnbull Cabernet 05 - its a monster

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Cabernet 
05 Turnbull Cabernet Purple monster. $45 Balckberry, plumbs not hot, great finish it was a hit and a great buy

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Lucia, Garys Vinyard Pinot- Will buy more!

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Pinot Noir 
06 Lucia-Garys Vinyard Pinot $39. Garnet red, black berry, All spice, dense flavor, light tannin nice long finish. WCW will buy this again

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Coho - Pinot Noir, Russian River A Doozy!

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Pinot Noir 
07 Russian River Coho Pinot $42. nice expected valley flavor. light earth bramble casis and some berry, well structured a joy to drink. Not too expensive relative to others of this flavor

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Le Petite Vice Cabernet $36-$49

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Cabernet 
La Petite Vice Versa- Paul Hobbs, $36 -$49 Bechstoffer To-kalon fruit. Big finish, little young yet, suggest decanting or Vinturi if you have one. A mini Vice Versa

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Jayson 2005

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Cabernet Blend 
05 Jayson from Pahlmeyer $39 everything you want good fruit strawberry almost

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Robert Karl Claret 2006 $25

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Claret 
06 Robert Karl Claret. $25 by pass it

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Willow Brook Pinot Noir 2005 $29 Russian River

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Pinot Noir 
05 willowbrook Pinot $29 Russian River. typical flavor long on the palet a bit earthy. But that is expected

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Nickel & Nickel Branding Iron Cabernet 2006

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Cabernet 
06 Nickel Nickel Branding iron cab. Nice lush fruit long finish yummy. Very typical of the Nickel style. Big flavor of fruit.

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Stone House cabernet 2004 $20

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Cabernet 
04 Stone House Cab. Knights Valley. Supposed to be Berringer 2nd label. about $20 nice red color, easy but not long lasting finish Light berry. For $20 its not bad to take to game or pour for a lot of friends

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Martin Alfaro Pinot Noir, Sonoma $25

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Pinot Noir 
Martin Alfaro Pinot. Sonoma coast.$25 real nice. very friendly pinot not huge but a good drinker. I think everyone will enjoy drinking this, you friends who are real Pinot snobs will not be offended. The light berry, taste, some earth tones make this an easy Pinot

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Pierre Sparr Pinot Blanc $14

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Pinot Blanc 
Pierre Sparr Pinot Blanc $14 wine chick says on fire! Thats my wife she likes the crisper whites, not the heavy buttery type.

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Henrys Drive Shiraz $59

Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Shiraz 
Henrys Drive Shiraz. $59 good two days to open, got a little washed out but still very drinkable.

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Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Zin 
Saldo zin. Orin Swift pure zin. $29. more fruit not real zinful. Impressive as is the Prisoner.

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Posted by Jeff Harig on Thursday, May 7, 2009, In : Cabernet Blend 
Last Night:Eponymous Napa Cab/Merlot from Robert Pepi. Mt Veeder. Nose black cherry, earth. Color deep red. Flavor Smooth lingering tannins

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West Coast Wino

Jeff New and improved site should be coming soon. Its been a while I know! But the real job, you know the one that pays the bills and will get our daughter through college.... OK the summer is here and I am looking at nice warm weather wines. Typically you are expecting big reds, I know. Look for some crisp white wines like Pomelo Sauvignon Blanc, and Cosenting Pinot Grigio to appear soon! Today I am heading over to Caruth Winery in Solana Beach Ca. Looking forward to some good stuff Cheers, Jeff

Carruth Cellars 

2006 Girard Atlas Peak 

 2006 DuMOL Russian River Pinot

2005 James David Cellars Syrahs

Crocker & Starr 2005 Cabernet

2005 Bridesmaid Red $39

2006 Castle Rock Cabernet $12

2006 Elizabeth Spencer Syrah

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