Why? Because it can. It’s just that divine. Navarro Vineyards, in my humble opinion, is a gem of the Anderson Valley.
Its 2007 Chardonnay is lean and lush, full of creamy caramel and apple on a stick. Roll this wine under your tongue to truly taste its tender essence. Rich and buttery – pastry tart lightness blends with licentious prowess. And the way I see it, there’s nothing wrong with a little sweet-tartiness.
The 2007 Navarrouge blends nine varietals with a trace of je ne sais quoi. Bright blackberry corset and cherry boa mingle in your mouth inspiring a creamy mocha-chocalata-ya-ya finish. Whether on a trapeze, a tightrope or in a bind – this wine shows nuanced complexity with unadulterated balance. The 2006 Zinfandel commands performance. Dark juicy lushness blends with dried fruit chewiness for an enchanting combination of old-world ways. Strong tannins provide Adonis-like structure with a taste of unrequited love. Simply ornamental.