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$15 to $30

4003 Daily Wine Picks found in this category.
Jun. 16, 2003
J.-C. PICHOT Vouvray Moelleux Domaine Le Peu de la Moriette 1990
97 points, $23
Shows all the complexity you expect from a sweet wine of this age, with burnished leather, lemon cream, orange peel, marzipan, green tea and almond flavors. Long and lush, with layers of papaya and mango emerging on the finish. Seamless. A re-release for —James Molesworth
Jun. 13, 2003
JUSTIN Syrah Paso Robles 2000
88 points, $23
Here's another solid California Syrah that should be fairly easy to track down. Stylish, with intense, plush spice, black cherry and pomegranate flavors, with a touch of cocoa. Well-integrated oak overtones frame the firm but ripe tannin on the finish. Dr —James Laube
Jun. 11, 2003
BRIDLEWOOD Syrah Central Coast 2000
89 points, $19
Here's a way to introduce yourself to California Syrah. Intense and concentrated, with finely integrated raspberry, black cherry, beef and salty mineral flavors. Cedary, toasty oak and supple tannins fold into the lingering finish. Excellent value. Drink —James Laube
Jun. 09, 2003
NOVY Syrah Santa Lucia Highlands 2001
92 points, $23
Syrah continues to improve in California, as this offering from Novy shows. A tremendous effort, gorgeous fruit, rich and multifaceted, with gobs of beef, spice, white pepper, bacon (and bacon fat), touches of berry and cedar, with a long, rich, delicious —James Laube
Jun. 07, 2003
TIKAL Corazon Altos de Mendoza 2001
90 points, $25
From Ernesto Catena (Nicolás' son) comes this ripe blend of Bonarda and Malbec. Dark, juicy and lush, with blackberry and raspberry fruit, lots of dark toast, and hints of spice and chocolate on the fleshy, persistent finish. For fruit bomb lovers. Drink —James Molesworth
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