'94 Lyeth Meritage Reserve - Printable Version
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- Drew - 05-02-2002 06:19 PM
Celebrating painting our bedroom in anticipation of selling our house because we bought our DREAM HOME last Sunday!
Clear ruby with slight bricking. Nose of dark fruit, black cherry and mocha, very floral. Flavors of milk and bitter chocolate and mature plum and a bitter componet on the 20+ second finish. Eileen loved the wine with peppered tenderloin, spuds and field greens with stilton. Seems to be at peak and very balanced. 13.7%Alc/vol. $24
[This message has been edited by Drew (edited 05-02-2002).]
- hotwine - 05-02-2002 06:32 PM
Congrats to you & the missus, Drew. Tell us about your new digs when you get the chance. (The Buckster also has a new place, but he ain't said much about it yet.)
- winedope - 05-02-2002 07:16 PM
congratulations, Drew! best of luck with the new homestead.
- winoweenie - 05-03-2002 06:53 AM
What a pair to draw to..... A new residence and a nice bottle of juice! My heartiest and concur with the tasting notes. Didn't I post on that lil' darlin' somewhere in my foggy past? WW
- zenda2 - 05-03-2002 07:37 AM
"Clear ruby with slight bricking."
I read that and thought...'Cool...a new dark red house, with brickwork' before the rest of the sentence kicked in and made more sense. Anyhoo...congrats!
- Thomas - 05-03-2002 02:10 PM
On that Lyeth, quite a nice wine--always has been, especially when it was priced under twenty back in the stone age of 1996.