2009 Egelhoff Riesling – USA, California, Napa Valley (8/1/2010)
Wonderfully dry and refreshing right now but not showing much of its stuff at this young age. Cellar to get more bang for your buck or drink now for a summer quaffer.

2000 Château Charmail – France, Bordeaux, Médoc, Haut-Médoc (7/17/2010)
Raspberries, tobacco, cedar. Nice up front but thin on the finish. Though no rush, I see little upside. (87 pts.)

2004 Radio-Coteau Syrah Cherry Camp – USA, California, Sonoma County, Sonoma Coast (6/15/2010)
Cherry pipe tobacco, pepper, cedar, medicinal character. Flavors start off fleshy and round but thin rather quickly. Drink now. (83 pts.)

2003 Broman Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon – USA, California, Napa Valley (4/9/2010)
Charming and elegant light sophisticate… red berries, charcoal, milk chocolate. Drink now. (86 pts.)

2006 Ceja Pinot Noir – USA, California, Sonoma County, Sonoma Coast (6/1/2010)
Hot nose of alcohol with some berry flavored candy (gummy bears?) peeking through. Very ripe, round strawberries with whipped cream. Balanced and pleasant enough but not what you’re looking for if wanting a traditionally styled Pinot. Finish is rough. (84 pts.)

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