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Older Reviews - The following reviews were conducted 12 to 0.000000 months ago. Some wines may be hard to find or may no longer be available. Below are 1 through 18 of the 18 older reviews found.
92 • Mount Pleasant NV Merlot, Augusta, Missouri $35.
Deep ruby black color. Baked berry, licorice, coconut cream, and delicate eucalyptus aromas follow through on a round entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium body with very good depth, structure, and vibrant acidity. Finishes with dried fruit, wood spice and tannin accents. An impressive offering reminiscent of a high end, Australian Shiraz. Pair with lamb. (tasted on May-17-2010)
91 • Prairie State Winery NV Reserve, Chambourcin, Illinois $16.49. Best Buy.
Deep garnet color. Waxy honeycomb, black cherry compote, vanilla cream, and faint eucalyptus leaf aromas follow through on a silky entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium body with great depth, purity, and elegant balance. Finishes with a hint of watermelon and lime peel on the long, chewy tannin fade. A clean, delicious chambourcin for sipping or the table. Try with spicy Middle Eastern lamb dishes. (tasted on May-17-2010)
91 • Mount Pleasant 2007 Norton, Augusta, Missouri $35. Cellar Selection.
Deep violet color. Dense floral aromas of boysenberries and cherries, strawberry jam, and coconut creme brulee follow through on a supple entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium-full body with great purity on fruit and intensity. Finishes with a long, spicy and savory rhubarb and tomato melange. A delicious and table friend wine that will go great with veal or lamb chops. (tasted on May-17-2010)
90 • Lynfred 2007 Correl Vineyards, Norton, Illinois $25.
Deep garnet color. Aromas of spicy sugar plums, candied orange peel, and tomato frittata follow through on a round, juicy entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium body with very good depth and a tangy sour cherry jam and grassy earth accented finish. Nice character and style; serve with boar, or snout-to-tail cuisine. (tasted on May-17-2010)
90 • Mount Pleasant NV Cabernet Sauvignon, Augusta, Missouri $35. Cellar Selection.
Aromas of toasted coconut, berry creme brulee, dried currant, and sweet spices follow through on a supple entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body with very good depth of fruit and structure. Finishes with nice hints of savory herb and tomato with chewy, gripping tannins. Serve with prime rib. (tasted on May-17-2010)
90 • Cedar Ridge NV Marechal Foch, Iowa $12.99. Best Buy.
Bright ruby color. Aromas of black cherry compote, roasted tomato, thyme, and violets follow through on a silky entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium body with excellent subtle depth and balance. Concludes with a touch of smoky cedar, grilled apple, and clay on the savory, appetizing finish. A delightful table wine. (tasted on May-17-2010)
88 • Cedar Creek 2008 Syrah, American $15. Best Buy.
Chocolate coffee, crispy bacon, baked berries, and roasted nuts follow through on a satiny entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body with excellent depth, balance and smoothness. Finishes with a long, tangy spiced nut, baked apple, black pepper, and earth mineral fade. A delicious, crowd pleasing syrah. (tasted on May-17-2010)
88 • Cedar Creek 2009 "Old Mill Red", Marechal Foch, Wisconsin $9. Best Buy.
Garnet violet color. Bright raspberry-choke cherry jam on graham cracker follow through on a round, supple entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium with great purity of raspberry fruit and a touch of savory sundried tomato in olive oil. Finishes on a drying, pithy note with cherry pit and grassy earth accents. A nice table wine. (tasted on May-17-2010)
88 • Star View Vineyards 2008 "Red Giant", Shawnee Hills $19.
Ethereal aromas of powdery anise cookie, sandalwood incense, mulberries, grape juice, and fried green tomatoes follow through on a satiny entry to a fruity-yet-dry medium-to-full body with great depth and a nice array of cardamom, bay leaf, lime leaf, and cinnamon stick spices on the long, sangria-like finish. A fun, tasty wine. Try with peanut satays. (tasted on May-17-2010)
88 • Mount Pleasant NV Norton, Augusta, Missouri $10. Best Buy.
Creamy mocha, dried cherries, and buttery cashew brittle aromas follow through on a supple entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body with great depth and hints of toasted coconut, baked apple, and spice on the generous finish. A flavorful sipper or table wine; pair with deep dish pizza. (tasted on May-17-2010)
87 • Prairie State Winery 2008 Cabernet Franc, Illinois $18.49.
Deep garnet color. Raw oily peanuts, spiced cherries, cocoa butter aromas have a wet and wooly sheepskin accent and follow through on a round entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium body with good depth and tangy blackberry and savory grilled tomato notes on the tangy, cinnamon and earth kissed finish. A very interesting wine that would be good with ostrich, duck, or stews. (tasted on May-17-2010)
86 • Prairie State Winery NV Vin Rouge, Illinois $21.99.
Deep garnet color. Aromas of dried cherries, watermelon rind, clay, rubber, and roasted nuts follow through on a supple entry to a dryish medium body with nice depth and a pencil shaving and hay accented finish. An earthy, rustic wine to pair with pork dishes. (tasted on May-17-2010)
85 • Wollersheim 2009 Prairie Sunburst Red, Marechal Foch, Wisconsin $9.
Garnet violet color. Creamy black raspberry custard, graham cracker and marbled rye bread aromas follow through o a supple entry to a dryish light-medium body with tomato paste and citrus peel notes. Finishes with a hint of smoky cedar and minerals on the tart, berry skin accented fade. Serve with duck. (tasted on May-17-2010)
85 • Debonné Vineyards 2008 Cabernet Franc, Grand River Valley $13.99.
Roasted tomato, briny black olive, mulberry, and smoky cedar aromas follow through on a round, supple entry to a dryish medium-to-full body with good depth and savory style. Finishes with dried citrus, clay, and dusty tannin accents. Serve with pot roasts. (tasted on May-17-2010)
84 • Wollersheim 2008 Domaine du Sac, Marechal Foch, Lake Wisconsin $12.
Aromas of raspberry-blueberry pie a la mode with goat's milk ice cream follow through on a round entry to a dryish medium body with good depth and tart cranberry and pomegranate notes. Finishes with a drying baked citrus and clay accents. (tasted on May-17-2010)
84 • Star View Vineyards NV "Red Star", Chambourcin, Shawnee Hills $14.
Deep garnet violet color. Spicy cranberry sauce, roasted nut, and faint grilled fish aromas follow through on a round, silky entry to a very fruity medium body with sweet black cherry jelly and apple sauce notes. Finishes with tangy, zippy finish. A nice off-dry red sipper. (tasted on May-17-2010)
84 • Mount Pleasant NV Claret, Augusta, Missouri $10.
Deep garnet with a violet rim. Aromas of cacao shells and blueberry tart follow through on a spry entry to a dry-yet-fruity medium body with very good depth and intensity of fruit. Finishes with crisp, drying spiced apple and wood tannin fade. (tasted on May-17-2010)
82 • Star View Vineyards 2007 "Super Nova", Chambourcin, Shawnee Hills $19.
Garnet purple color. Mocha, cinnamon stick, tomato leaf, and baked cherry aromas follow through on a supple entry to a dryish medium body with good depth and vibrancy. Finishes with a tart pomegranate, mulberry and pewter tang. (tasted on May-17-2010)
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