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92 • Anaba 2010 "Coriol" White, Sonoma Valley $28.
Subtle aromas suggest cream, citrus, melon rind, and vanilla candle with a soft, dryish medium body and a crisp, baked fruit, praline and oak driven finish. A very attractive and elegant, dry table wine; pair with grilled fish. (tasted on Jan-08-2013)
92 • Anaba 2009 "Coriol" Red, Sonoma Valley $28.
Garnet black color. Intriguing aromas of chocolate cake, eucalyptus, olive, spice and cassis compote with a supple, dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and a chewy mocha, nut, apple, and earth accented finish. Nice fruity, herbal flavor and poise; pair with German beef rouladen. (tasted on Jan-08-2013)
91 • Naughty NV "Inky", Napa Valley $30.
Deep ruby black color. Aromas and flavors of chocolate cherry brownie, clay, olive and spice with a supple, dry-yet-fruity medium-to-full body and a tangy, chewy, pomegranate and pepper accented finish. A sturdy, zesty wine for the table. Pair with bison. (tasted on Jan-08-2013)
90 • Anaba 2010 "Turbine" Red, Sonoma Valley $28.
Deep garnet violet color. Attractive aromas of toffee and toasty berry pie with a silky, fruity medium-to-full body and a juicy, tangy, berry, pepper and citrus driven finish. A zesty and very flavorful red that will pair fantastically with Asian beef dishes. (tasted on Jan-08-2013)
88 • Anaba 2010 Alder Springs Vineyard, White Wine, Mendocino $38.|Find-a-Wine|
Golden yellow color. Toasty aromas of lemon cake and almond custard with a tangy, medium body and crisp nectarine, praline and lime curd driven finish. A zesty balance of fruit and oak. (tasted on Jan-08-2013)