“Clean, fresh and incredibly pure, the 2013 Charles Smith Riesling Kung Fu Girl is shockingly good given the price (and the volume, as they produce a massive amount of this cuvee). Lychee, citrus, mint and classic minerality all show here, and it’s medium-bodied, beautifully balanced and finishes cleanly, with perfectly integrated acidity and only subtle sweetness. Enjoy this rock star effort over the coming year or two. ”
90 Points, The Wine Advocate
This 100% Estate-grown Syrah offers inviting aromas of violet and raspberry with a hint of pepper and orange zest. On the palate the wine is full and rich and loaded with concentrated blackberry and almond paste flavors that linger on a juicy finish. Enjoy this Nina Lee Syrah now or cellar for future enjoyment.
93 Points The Wine Advocate
The 2011 vintage is very floral with predominant notes of violet. Rounding out the nose are aromas of dry herbs and hints of orange peel, white pepper and currant. On the palate, fresh red berries, cassis and strawberry. This wine has plenty of texture and is rich mid-palate, but has a soft and creamy finish.
Winemaker Notes – Sweet Bliss Red is a perfect wine for people who appreciate the complexity and rich texture of a superb red wine, but prefer an approachable, fruit-forward, off-dry flavor profile. The label artwork of Sweet Bliss Red depicts the essence and flavors of the wine flawlessly. A ripe red cherry dipped in sumptuous, melted chocolate irresistibly inspires you to delight in this sweet, luscious red wine. The aromas are a divine harmony of ripe red fruit and subtle toasted oak with deep cherry flavors and a velvety chocolate mouth feel.
Classic Merlot aromas of dark cherries, cedar, pipe tobacco. Anise, stone and cherry blossoms. Yeah, believe it! Naughty and nice, a true Velvet Devil. Pair with beef or duck with a nice red wine or mushroom sauce.