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Ardbeg Ten Years Old is revered around the world as the peatiest, smokiest, most complex single malt of them all. Yet it does not flaunt the peat; rather it gives way to the natural sweetness of the malt to produce a whisky of perfect balance.

Typically most whiskies are chill-filtered and reduced to a strength of 40% ABV. Ardbeg Ten Years Old, however, is non chill-filtered and has a strength of 46% ABV, thus retaining maximum flavour, at the same time giving more body and added depth. It’s whisky with none of the goodness taken out!

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Notes: smooth attack with hints of pineapple. strong oak in the mid palate
jamykokinda
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Notes: Thick tasting with faint finish. Eventually sweetens to taste.
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Notes: yum
TJBenton
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Notes: From New Zealand with a screw cap FYI - Sweet=front of tongue;sour=sides;acid=salivation
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Notes: Sweet with a sour after-taste. almost a light dessert wine
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Notes: Nice, peppery
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Notes: From Oregon. Very nice
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Notes: Australian, spicy, dry. good with spicy marinara or aribiata
TJBenton
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Notes: Heavy flavor good with Beef
magone1
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Notes: Explosive aromatic, brimming with spice and a lovely pear, apple, melon and mineral flavos that linger enticingly.
magone1
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Notes: Ripe and round, full of apricot, and supported by a lovely structure and a tangy finish.
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Notes: Modest complexity with a high, toasty vanilla oak flavor
magone1
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Notes: Scents of raspberries, black cherries, and vanilla. This wine is flavorful and rich on the finish.
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Notes: Ripe, opulent, and rich with black currant and blackberry flavors that are well-focused, balanced, showing tannins to the finish
magone1
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Notes: A bright, lively mouthful of appealing blueberry, currant, earth and spice flavors that linger nicely on the finish
magone1
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Notes: Sweet, almost a dessert wine.
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Notes: Light, fresh, peachy. Great on a summer evening with fruit and cheese.
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Notes: Very "oakie". Good for a chardonnay. Modest complexity and with a hgiht, toasty vanilla oak flavor
magone1
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Notes: Heavier than a Pinot but very good.
magone1
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Notes: Strong, astriggent. Would be good on a cold winter evening and definately great with chocolate!
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Notes: Five stars! Loved this wine. I had no idea Oregon made such good wine!
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Notes: Mild, smooth, great with chocolate. Australian wine and delcious.
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Notes: This wine tastes rather sweet and tart at the same time. Strong flavor of plum that is slightly lemony in this unique wine made from native Oklahoma sumac fruit.
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Notes: Total wet earth smell on the nose, started off with some carbonation but that mellowed over time. Rasberry and Cherry flavors linger nicely.
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Notes: Complex barolo
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Notes: This five year old Châteauneuf was just lovely to drink. Some wet earth and fruit aromas are complimented by rasberry and strawberry flavors. A very small bite but I think that will mellow in time.
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Notes: tried at Jerry Roth's house in Sonoma- tasted better than the bottle from K&L
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Notes: this is a nice drinking wine
thedude
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Notes: Drank this 22 years after picking (2005) and it STILL could have gone more. I couldn't believe it. It was really good... great flavors, good structure. Blackberry taste a little smokey would love to have another bottle to watch it grow.
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Notes: Its good, much better with cheese.
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Notes: really good with pizza pasta. good flavor yet mild
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Notes: Another Italian wine I found I liked. It was a hit with Marg and Joe too. I feel really good when a wine pleases them, because they are fussy about their wines. Once again, the wine did not break the bank, was a good, dinner wine. It's a good wine to have on a chilly evening. Very flavorful and good body.
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Notes: Despite tasting at the winery, this particular bottle seemed to be past maturity. October 2005
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Notes: Jan 22, with Adam and Meghan. Really liked.
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Notes: Really great. enjoyed it at Thanksgiving
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Notes: Drank at Gaughan, ate with cheese and crackers great on a cold winter evening
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Notes: Inky purple, thick wine with plum and spicy flavors. It was good for $15 bucks, but not a blockbuster.
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Notes: this was a recommendation from alexis, it cost me no more than 8$, if i recall, at the 40th street store. portugal is not known for their whites, ive learned but eh, whatever, i like this a whole lot. the aveleda is practically a newborn and super crisp white wine that just reminds me of apples all around, kind of like how the term "single note" applies to certain kinds of perfumes. no stinging afterbite here and a little bit of a bubble to it. what i ate: really basic salad [spring greens, vidalia onions, tomato, walnut, shaved pepato pecorino, dressed with brianna's "new american" dressing] at home. it was a nice foil to the spiciness of the dressing & cheese with any sharpness. im sure food with a little sharp or acidic flavor to it would work beautifully here. definately not a wine you'd try with any sort of heavy food!
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Notes: Nice with red sauce Italian food. Nose was light, fruity, with some floral scents.
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Notes: Opened up the 1st, of 3 in November 2005. After letting it breath in the decanter for 20-30 minutes, dove in. Berry aroma's. Tannins were very mild, mostly on the finish. Slight hint of vanilla, but mostly berry.
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Notes: way too acidic i think something was wrong with the bottlebut could have been just too young.
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Notes: Very grapy and fruity. Clean and light. Almost sweet.
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Notes: Drink now b/c its losing its fruit flavors
thedude
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Notes: Unbelievably smooth and complex. Great currant and berry flavors.
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Notes: Light and excellent for drinking alone.
magone1
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Notes: Smooth and not too strong tasting. Had it for Super Bowl with appetizers.
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Notes: Great vino. If only I could afford to drink it.
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Notes: Great nose: a bit of olive, sour cherry. Acidic Taste but not undrinkable alone.
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Notes: This is a good on-its-own wine and wonderful accompaniment to white pasta dishes. Fruity w/o being obnoxious. Floral arromas. Crisp acidity. Flat out good.
tjjeannette
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Notes: Difficult. Light bodied, and high acidity and tannin. Smells like wine...no real distinct nose (maybe a little berry). Did not go well with food. Acidity and Tannin really detract from any flavor.
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Notes: Smells like its going to be sweet but no sweet taste. Fruity, very tasty and an excelent price (6.99!!). Great summer wine.
tjjeannette
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Notes: Black and Rasberry jam nose. Nice balace of tannin and acidity. Try with BBQ?
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Notes: Breath for 5 mins and enjoy!! Opens up nicely. Sour cherry on the nose and that continues to the taste. Fruity without being too sweet.
tjjeannette
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Notes: This was the Winemakers Reserve. Desert nose, reminants of a cakey desert. Very oaky (woody maybe cedar on the nose)Classic CA Pinot taste. Sweet cherry? Good to drink on its own and might be good in place of a Zin for food.
tjjeannette
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Notes: If it was $8 it would be 3 stars. Crisp. Good fruit w/o sweetness. Good with garlicly food, would be good with spicy. Not enough sweet for sushi. Nice summer wine.
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Notes: Cherry fruit on the nose. Mild fruity flavor, mellow and pleasant. Does not need food, but could pair with many things. I am thinking this would be one to try with cheese - easy pairing?
tjjeannette
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Notes: Cherry fruit on the nose. Mild fruity flavor, mellow and pleasant. Does not need food, but could pair with many things. I am thinking this would be one to try with cheese - easy pairing?
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Notes: Wonderull nose of licorice, prunes and ripe berries. Soft and elegant on the palate with a green pepper, fleshy finish.
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Notes: Very tasty wine
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Notes: What a great value wine for 2000 bordeaux's
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Notes: I loved it!
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Notes: Bodegas y Viñedos Valderiz - Ribera del Duero Alto Matallana 2001
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Notes: Engagement champagne
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Notes: crisp wh. burgundy (blend?) very yummy ~15.00
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Notes: It was a bit bland.
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Notes: Love it!
thedude
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Notes: A really great bordeaux for a good price. Should probably age for 2-4 years
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Notes: Refreshing on a hot day at a great price
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Notes: Big, grapy, dark fruit; nothing subtle about it; packs a punch; great for lovers of "in your face" zin.
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Notes: Better the next day; still young, tasty, but a bit subtle; looking forward to a second bottle ina couple years.
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Notes: drank in 2006, still had some life to it. Its nicely in balance right now with great currant and blackberry flavors.
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Notes: not my favorite chardonnay
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Notes: great wine, decant this one. funky nose, but great taste
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Notes: drank this is 2006 - I don't think aging has done much for this wine - but its still juicy with dark fruit and soft tannins.
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Notes: The broad texture is there when this is first poured, with light, tangy strawberry and red currant flavors feeling lean against the full tannins. Then air fills out the fruit with a generous, dry savor, the wine feeling as cool as the redwood forest floor in the western stretches of the Russian River Valley. Drink 2007 - 2009
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Notes: I thought this was a good Merlot with medium body and tannins. The price is pretty good too.
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Notes: Another great wine by Cakebread. I get black currant, some oak and spice on the nose and taste. I'd wait a little to drink this one and let it become more complex.
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Notes: In a year of not great cabs, I thought for $17 bucks this one was pretty good, but this is a drink now wine
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Notes: Well priced German Riesling that has the potential to age a bit. For $20, lay it down and enjoy.
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Notes: The deep ruby-colored 2003 Syrah Estate possesses more of a Pinot Noir sensibility than most of its peers. Revealing a feminine style with hints of sweet black currants, ripe cherries, and flowers in a medium-bodied, velvety-textured, complex, ethereal format, it is a distinctive California Syrah to enjoy over the next 4-5 years.
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Notes: There isn't much to this wine. It started off a little funky and then softened into one dimentional cherry and earthy notes. Definately not a favorite.
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Notes: This really opened my eyes to champagne. Just an excellent wine that needs some aging time. Aromas are floral and mint with pinpoint bubbles and a long finish.
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Notes: An excellent champange that could use some aging time. Toffee and toasty notes with a long finish.
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Notes: This wine is delicious! The nose has dark fruit and black berry character, but I can also smell some alcohol. The texture is velvet with soften tannins and great dark fruit flavors. I wouldn't let this age too much more.
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Notes: this was a great port. This had great complex flavors of berries and spice. Its full bodied with a nice long finish.
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Notes: Drank this in 2006 and what a riesling. I think it might be a on the later side of life, so drink now
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Notes: A nice full riesling with a slight sweetness. Aromas and flavors of pear and some peach characteristics.
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Notes: A little sweet, full of flavor, perfect complement to spicy thai food.
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Notes: a bit tight; better the second day and a bit chilled; really good
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Notes: nice velvet brunello with dark complex fruit characteristics - let it decant for a good two hours before you drink
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Notes: This wine has developed some complex flavors and is indicative of Sonoma county cabernet. This probably isn't going to get much better.
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Notes: This wine has developed some complex flavors and is indicative of Sonoma county cabernet. This probably isn't going to get much better.
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Notes: This wine has developed some complex flavors and is indicative of Sonoma county cabernet. This probably isn't going to get much better.
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Notes: I'd let this age for a little bit to bring down the tannin levels and because there seems to be underlying complex flavors
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Notes: Disappointing malbec. Some cherry and currant flavors with and lead into a short and somewhat uninspiring finish.
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Notes: this was one bitchin' pinot.
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Notes: pretty uninspiring pinot noir. Has the great barnyard pinot aroma but found the cherry and raspberry flavor to be straight forward.
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Notes: Has that great italian nose. Definately needs a little decanting to open up and express the dark meditereannan fruit. This has high acidity and high tannins.
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