MAN Vintners

Posted on: March 17th, 2008 by

Sauvignon Blanc 2007: Mildly herbaceous; subtle, with nice acidity. All steel. Would be great ice cold.

Chenin Blanc 2007: Good acid, nice midpalate and richness, especially for such an inexpensive wine. A touch of RS on the finish. Simply on of the best whites for the price (around $7); fantastic with Asian cuisine.

Pinotage 2007: 14% Shiraz. Rich, tannic, a little smoky. Very approachable, modern style.

Shiraz 2006: Nice spicy finish, acidity, tannin. Gutsy little red. Very impressive.

Cabernet Sauvignon 2006: A little bit of greenness on the nose; I prefer the shiraz.

One Response

  1. Anonymous says:

    Just an old Grinnellian (class of 56) visiting your site for the first time. Fun to read. My first granddaughter born at 2:00 AM this morning so sipping the Schmidt and Sohn Riesling to celebrate. Enjoyed your site. I’ll be back. CEW

Tell Us What you Think

Want More Wine?

Most Recent Posts

Yearly Archives