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Wed Mar 29, 2006 1:01 pm

WTN: DryCreekVnyd Chard DCV10 '16....(short/boring)

by TomHill » Wed Feb 21, 2018 12:37 pm

Tried this last night:
1. DryCreekVnyd Chard DCV Estate Block 10/RRV (14.5%; SaH: 25.1, TA: 0.69; Hrvstd: Sept 26-29; 92% brl frmtd, 49% malolactic; 2016: Light gold color; very strong lemony/melony/classic Chard/spicy/nutmeg light vanilla/pencilly/oak quite fragrant attractive nose; lightly tart fairly rich/lush/balanced spicy/nutmeg melony/lemony/Chard light vanilla/pencilly/Fr.oak lovely flavor; very long/lingering classic RRV Chard/melony/lemony/spicy/nutmeg light pencilly/oak finish; a classic RRV Chard that's ripe but not over the top and shows great balance and perfume at a very fair price. $nc (SR)/$32.00
A wee BloodyPulpit:
1. DCV: Under Tim Bell, the wines of DCV have been going from strength-to-strength. Alas, the DCV wines just don't seem to get the recognition they deserve. They are some of the best QPR wines around. And I've followed them from the very start.

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