Rose: A strong, dry chardonnay from the early seventies, carrying with it
striking citrus flavors and some surprisingly sweet floral notes. It
shoulders other wines aside to take a center role in any meal, but can
unwittingly overpower less distinguished flavors.
Frank: A sweet beaujolais, smooth and earthy. Good for inexperienced
drinkers, but equally satisfying to the vintner's palate. The bouquet has
mysterious which only surface after extensive drinking.
Marc: This dark, intense cabernet has a great deal of character, with a
number of complex fruity notes and hints of oak and vanilla. However, they
are largely hidden behind the overwhelmingly tannic first
impression. Needs more aging, but shows great promise.