Another night, another 2007 Niagara Bordeaux blend and another concise review.
Henry of Pelham’s Gold Medal Winner from the 2009 International Food & Beverage Forum Wine Awards is a quietly great wine. It is a dark inky wine with a very subtle nose. The first few sips reveal a solid amount of red fruit as well as a good amount of tannins. As the wine settles and you get further into it the complexity the long finish and good fruit will keep you entranced. At $45 this is starting to get up there in terms of price and it may be a reason to look at alternatives. Still this is a very good wine son enjoy it now or leave it cellared for two to five years.
The CWG Subjective Rating is 89 out of 100.