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Beaulieu Vineyard "Tapestry" Reserve Napa Valley Bordeaux Blend 2006

red

Average rating: 4.2 /5


Produced by:
Beaulieu Vineyard
Region:
Napa Valley, United States
Varieties:
Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Petit Verdot
AVIN code:
AVIN2899457303387  /  Cork stopper  /  14%

Added by rckr1951 on March 14, 2010
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rckr1951 has reviewed the Beaulieu Vineyard "Tapestry" Reserve Napa Valley Bordeaux Blend 2006 94 /100
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Stunning. I've tasted several good BV offerings over the years, but. - damn - this is really, really good. A deep red in the glass. Floral - violets, with anise, cassis, dark plum and spice. On the tongue this is hugely integrated and like the ZZ Top song - She got Legs!! The dark fruits are layered well with an earthy dampness and herbs. There a dark cherry sweetness at the back. The tannins a well rounded, sorta funneling the fruit to the acidity which gives us a lingering impressive aftertaste. Worth every penny of the $35 US it costs. Again - Stunning! Enjoy - Paul
1717 days ago  ·  Comment  ·  Show translations
bjwdad She's got legs...she knows how to use them! A 94 from you is a 99 from me, so I'm guessing I might enjoy it... :)
1717 days ago

moose Woah! ZZ Top now. Talk about Gnarly Old Heads! You surely liked this one though ...... good when extra money actually pays off. I have mailed using Adegga - but it's easy to miss.
1716 days ago

rckr1951 Yeah I did like it. Seriously good wine. More complex the 2nd day. Outstanding.
1716 days ago

krevobsky Excelent review and we can start a good point from here: Varietals vs. Blends - which do you prefer? I have to say blends, but then again, it's a bit of a cultural thing around here.
1716 days ago

rckr1951 You know generally speaking I'm a blend man. But there are varietals that need to speak to site. Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Burgundy, Syrah, Mersault are some. Done well, there is no better representation of that specfic grape, when a vintner who knows the vineyard, lets the grape speak. However, Bordeaux blends (either Aussie or France), Meritage (US Bordeaux Blends), GSM's and Rhone blends (just really getting started stateside) are absolutely stunning when the winemaker understands the differences and blends their individual strengths to homonious wines.
1716 days ago

rckr1951 marked Beaulieu Vineyard "Tapestry" Reserve Napa Valley Bordeaux Blend 2006 as tasted
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