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Robert Sinskey

USA, Cabernet Sauvignon, Robert Sinskey Vineyards, Vandal Vineyard, Los Carneros, Napa Valley, 2004

Note: I’m a huge fan of RSV’s Pinots and their whites.  I was hoping this would be as wonderful.  Given the price tag, the experience was not as great as I had hoped for. N/ Sharp cassis. Angular, sweet oaks. Dry forest floor. Leather. Distinct  and beautiful barrel room wafts after three hours. T/ Medium […]

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USA, Merlot, Robert Sinskey, Carneros, 2006

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N/ Dense plum. Barrel room. Bitter chocolate. Tight oaks.  Only off smells are some stale water wafts. T/ Medium-full mouthfeel. Big, dripping, dried red fruitsand black cherries.  Nice structure and wood use. Retail $22-25. Brilliant. 92

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(Winery & Vineyard Visits), Napa Valley, California, USA / Quick Guide – Introduction to a few of my favorite wineries

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In a two-part Napa Valley series I wrote for my past magazine column, we documented a recent tour through Napa’s wonderland… Please click on the link, immediately below, to be taken to this article that we have posted on Scribd. We suggest hitting the “full screen” button below the article, then the zoom buttons. http://www.scribd.com/doc/25949562/Napa-Valley-Wine-Guide-California […]

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Know Your – Napa Grapes!

The Whites Chardonnay By volume she is the world’s most favorite wine. Some of her United States versions are fairly neutral in smell, taste, and soul.  Not really much to delve into, or reflect upon.  A vodka among white wines, unless done right.  Rare that be, domestically.  If you choose generic Chard over all else, […]

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