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Jennifer Bridge

Jennifer Bridge


Mitolo G.A.M. Shiraz 2007

Mclaren Vale, South Australia, Australia
3979 days ago

Jennifer reviewed this wine:

Hosewarming Gift for 127 Queen East.


Gratallops, Spain
3979 days ago

Jennifer reviewed this wine:

JAY MILLER, THE WINE ADVOCATE Rating: 89 The 2006 Los 800 is composed of 45% Garnacha, 35% Carinena, with the balance Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah. Dark ruby-colored, it offers up a complex aromatic array of mineral, Asian spices, underbrush, black cherry, and plum. Smooth-textured and easy-going on the palate, it has plenty of chewy fruit in a medium to full-bodied package. Drink this outstanding value in Priorato over the next 6 years.

Taylor Fladgate 2000

Oporto, Portugal
3979 days ago

Jennifer reviewed this wine:

Our Retirement Port!!

Antinori T 2006

Tuscany, Italy
3979 days ago

Jennifer reviewed this wine:

he 2006 Tignanello is especially opulent in this vintage. Masses of dark red fruit, scorched earth and sweet oak emerge as this richly-textured Tignanello flows from the glass. The wine possesses superb density; all it needs is another few years to come together. This is a remarkably vibrant and primary Tignanello. Anticipated maturity: 2014-2024. This is a beautiful set of wines from Antinori. All of these new releases are dense, primary and endowed with tons of fruit. At the same time, the firm tannins require at least a few years of aging to allow them to start melting away. The estate’s 2006s are beautiful, but they don’t appear to possess the elegance of the superb 2004s. Robert Parker 92 points DECANT FOR >=2HRS

D'arenberg; The Footbalt 2003

Mclaren Vale, Australia
3979 days ago

Jennifer reviewed this wine:

winemaker's notes: The Footbolt Shiraz palate is consistently well structured as a young wine, with terrific fruit and oak tannin providing great texture to support plum, blackcurrant and rolling blackberry flavors especially on the mid-palate. Often dark chocolate characters are quite evident too. This is followed by a traditional, long, velvety, fine-grained tannin finish. On the tongue, The Footbolt Shiraz maintains a wonderfully textured palate with significant bottle age. Gentle, grainy black olive flavors balance the sweeter coffee, chocolate and occasional mint characters. Malty, earthy and distinctly savory characters on the rich middle palate dominate against soft tannin and piquant acidity.

Jennifer Bridge




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