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The 2009 Ketcham Estate is Pinot Noir from the Russian River Valley in California and the ABV is 14.1%. The 2005 Rentas de Fincas is a blend of Garnacha, Mazuelo, and Tempranillo from Rioja in Spain and the ABV is 13%. The 2008 Villafane Reserva is Malbec from Mendoza in Argentina and the ABV is 14.5%.
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2009 - Ketcham Estate Russian River Pinot Noir
"Medium-deep ruby color; deep, spicy, cinnamon aromas with some red cherry notes; deep, rich, red cherry flavors with cinnamon and spicy notes; silky texture; sweet oak; good structure and balance; long finish. Spicy and deep, this Pinot drinks well now but has structure to age. 901 cases made." 93 Pts Pinot Report
"Nose of black cherries and red pepper. This full-bodied style of Pinot Noir is deep and rich in cherries. Clean and vibrant middle and a long finish with a balanced tannin structure. Leads to a beautiful finish of apricots. Drink now." - 92 Pts - James Suckling - JamesSuckling.com
"Aromatics: Deep and profound with red fruits, highlighted by raspberry, strawberry, with hints of warm spice. There are the signature sassafras and mineral nuances with flint, nutmeg, and a touch of clean earth. Palate: The palate is rich and medium/full-bodied. The layers of flavor are focused and pure. Dark red fruits including blackberries, ripe raspberries pair well with the higher toned red currant notes."
"This Pinot Noir possesses the vineyard's trademark depth, intensity, power and breadth, and not at the sacrifice of nuance or complexity. It shows firm acidity, with good balance and structure. The 2009 vintage is showing more elegantly and aromatic than in years past and this wine portrays that elegance on the palate, which we think is an exciting combination. This is a delightful Pinot Noire to pair with a range of fine foods." -Winery
"The Russian River Valley is where our heart and home are when it comes to the Pinot Noirs we make and love. Our wines embody the unique qualities that only Russian River Valley can offer - that wonderful blend of spices, sassafras, red and dark fruits and the beautiful balance that are incontrovertibly present in every bottle of our Pinot Noir."
"Ketcham Estate wines are from our 17-acre vineyard property just off of Eastside Road, in Healdsburg, CA. The property has many microclimates across the vineyard, due mostly to the cooling westerly winds and a variety of soil structures, built from the vineyards proximity to our winding creek that borders the eastern and southern perimeter. This diversity, as well as the many Dijon and Pommard clones provide the wine with broad flavor profiles, great depth and structure. Our 'Old Vine' Pommard-4 block is over 25 years old, the oldest on the vineyard." -Winery
This was also rated 87 points by the Wine Enthusiast.
2005 Rentas De Fincas Rioja Reserva
"This red delivers intense flavors in a plush texture. Cherry, berry and spice notes mingle over pillowy yet supportive tannins, as bright acidity keeps this focused and fresh. Still youthful, with plenty of stuffing to age. Drink now through 2018." 92 Pts Wine Spectator
"Garnet ruby red in color with red brick glints. Nose of ripe fruit with mineral notes, leather, and vanilla. The mouth brings out the wine's concentration through its noteworthy tannins which are well balanced and flavorful." -Winery
"After 20 days of maceration in stainless steel tanks at 86 degrees Fahreinheit, the wine is transferred to new tanks where it goes through malolactic fermentation naturally. Then it is placed into barrels of American and French oak where it is aged for 12 months." -Winery
2008 Don Manuel Villafane Malbec Reserva
"More 'red' in style, with medicinal cherry and raspberry aromas leading to a fresh, racy palate with tons of cherry and plum flavor along with a hint of cola and cough drop. Clean and lithe on the finish, with no excess weight or oak. The real deal in terms of freshness and purity of fruit. Drink now through 2013." 91 Pts Wine Enthusiast
"Purples hints, of very good intensity . Delicious, with a wonderful palate. Its aromas are a mix of plums, morello cherry, truffle and, as time goes by, chocolate, coffee and vanilla."
"The grapes are sourced from Finca Don Manuel Villafane in the Tupungato Valley of Mendoza. The wine is aged in new French oak barrels for 12 months. The wine is bottle aged for 12 Months." -Winery
"Don Manuel Villafane is a winery owned by Sr. Tomas Machado Villafane and his family. The winery is focused on the elaboration of grapes harvested from small, exclusive vineyards."
"The Villafane family has been in the wine business for almost 400 years. In 1611 Don Manuell Villafane came to Argentina from Spain as a soldier to fight against the English pirates who attacked Spanish ships. Later he settled in South America as a farmer, and became a pioneer of winemaking in Argentina for being one of the first people to plant vines on that land. The objective at that time was to provide wine for the priests of the church and much later for the settlers, who came to the âNew Wordâ to take advantage of the new opportunities."
"The Don Manuel Villafane winery was re-developed in the legacy of Don Manuel Villafane to deliver high quality wines to the world market. Don Manuel Villafane winery is currently sending wines to 7 different countries, as well as to the domestic market in Argentina. Don Manuel Villafane received the following awards in Vinus 2009 due to the excellent work of their oenologist Federico J. Isgro." -Winery