New Reviews for February 6, 2019

BevX Reviews – Different By Design

BevX Reviews – Different By Design

Below is a quick look at our latest reviews published at BevX February 6, 2019. Click the links to get the score and the full analysis of each beverage. Every Wednesday we release new stories, introduce our latest reviews, and send our subscribers their weekly, free digital newsletter. (Subscribe here.)

We had another busy week at BevX with new, tasty beverage reviews to share.

We have shifted our reviews format in order to offer more reviews for our review hungry readers. The review pages (links below) will now offer a full tasting note with links to a full detail review for our Featured Beverages.

As always you see all of our reviews here:

Beverage of the Week

Beringer Bros. Bourbon Barrel Aged Chardonnay California 2016Beringer Bros. Bourbon Barrel Aged Chardonnay California 2016
The name Beringer is synonymous with California wine while few realize that they have a rich history as distillers in the Napa Valley. To honor their past and their founders Beringer has created the Beringer Bros. Bourbon Aged wines… See the Beverage of the Week feature

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Spirits Reviews

Roaming Man Tennessee Straight Rye Whiskey
Brilliant, deep copper with hints of burgundy. The nose is incredibly intense offering a dense core of rich caramel with waves of vanilla cream, butterscotch, and brown baking spices with accents of black pepper, cigar box, and toasted oak. The palate echoes the nose delivering a lush caramel and brown butter core with loads of spice, oak, and dried red fruits. Full-bodied with decadent flavors that linger on the palate for minutes finishing with pepper and bright acidity. It’s an unforgettable Rye. $45 – 4.5 Stars

Laphroaig Select Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Brilliant golden color. The nose is beautiful and classically Laphroaig with sweet campfire, peat, baked green apples, and coconut with subtle citrus and tropical accents. The palate is in full-agreement with the nose delivering a lush and sweet fruit, smoke, and peat core that trails off a bit quick. Medium to full-bodied with classic Laphroaig attributes while it falls a bit short of the classic Laphroaig proportions, balance and finish. $44.99 – 3.5 Stars

Wine Reviews

Loacker Corte Pavone Brunello di Montalcino DOCG 2009
Brilliant, deep scarlet color. The aromatics are very intense offering scents of blackberry, mineral, and leather with supporting notes of cured meat and cocoa. The palate confirms the nose delivering a red and black fruits-driven core with flavors of black fruits, five spice, and red cherry. The finish is long and lingering with aggressive tannins. Medium to full-bodied and nicely balanced with a meaty texture. $60 4 Stars/90 points

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