Cookie dough

There are times when my little one start cooking with the hope that I finished what she is making. Yesterday I found in my fridge cookie dough that she made for ice cream. Guess who is making the ice cream?

Schioppettino di Prepotto 2008

"This is really excellent. The 10 years in bottle served it very well. Dark inky purple in the glass with a pink rim. Appears to be unfiltered. Crushed minerals, red fruit, barnyard, cola. Medium Intense frontal and mid palate with similar flavors. Trailing finish with light acids and tannins. This wine is ready and perfectly... Continue Reading →

Puelles Rioja 1999

This wine is a legend at our home. Sadly, only one bottle remaining..... Medium ruby color in the glass, orange tinge. Lovely ripe red fruits, chalk, milk chocolate, light rosemary, licorice, ripe oranges, wet soil. So well integrated in the mouth with excellent depth. Medium-long finish with trailing fruits and acids. Unsurpassed at this price.... Continue Reading →

Meyer-Fonne Pinot Noir 2016

"Very nice and unique representation of Pinot Noir from Alsace. Medium burgundy color in the glass with a pink rim. Quite a floral nose with red fruits, black pepper,and freshly crushed rocks. Similar flavors in the mouth with an abrasive mouth-feel, excellent integration, and balanced acids on the medium length finish. Will improve with more... Continue Reading →

Vega-Sicilia Valbuena 5 1995

"This is a massively huge wine. It has years and years of additional life. Nose of wild berries, unripe orange, cassis, jolly rancher, dusty cellars, cloves. Super robust red fruits and racy acids. The acids on this baby are untamed and so vibrant. Very long finish. This wine had a good 90 minutes in decanter... Continue Reading →

Roederer Estate Brut NV

"This is a serviceable sparkler from Anderson Valley in Sonoma. Creamy lemon flavors and medium sized bubbles. One of those fall-back sparklers you end up ordering when there is nothing else available."

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