Light silvery gold in color. The nose is light with slight lemony notes. Good acidity on the palate. Solid lemon/citrus notes. Good finish. A nice lighter styled Chardonnay that will work well at the dinner table. At Under $20, this is a nice value.
This strikes a nice middle ground in the area of Pinot Noir. Deep ruby in color. The nose has black cherries and cherries with some baking spices. On the palate, this is lush and juicy with nice black cherry fruit. A slight bit of sour cherries. Good finish. Apparently, this was made by Bergstrom who has since taken over the vineyard.
Purple in color. The nose has some black raspberries and spice. On the palate, this is solid. Not a ton of depth. Some tart boysenberry flavors. Mild tannins. Finishes slightly hot. Again, a solid wine if the price is right.
This is a Bordeaux blend from Pennsylvania. Purple in color. The nose has mint, dark cherries and spice. On the palate, this is slightly sweet. It tastes young and may come together a bit more although at ten years, it probably won't get better. Certainly a solid wine.
This is one of the great value in wine. It is a hodgepodge of all the remnants from all the wines Peter Rosback makes combined into one cuvee. It costs $15 and is always in the 88 to 92 point range. Sealed with a screw cap, the exact proportions differ from vintage to vintage. This one has Pinot Noir, Merlot, Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. It is purple in color. The nose has a nice complexity of cherries, red berries, some cassis, dust and spice. On the palate, there is a bit of depth and plenty of varietal complexity. Nice balance. It goes down easy. What's not