You’re going to want to get fully involved with this massive Napa Chardonnay from Scott Peterson. It’s refined, elegant and fills your mouth with a rich butteriness that’s impossible to forget.
The grapes for this wine are harvested in the cool of night. This keeps the fruit incredibly fresh, which comes through in this silky, smooth wine.
This wine’s intensely flavored with rich, dark fruit because Richard used grapes from a hidden area of Napa where the fruit ripens late in the season.
This is a silky, complex wine with HUGE dark-fruit flavors that jump out the glass. Wines from neighboring vineyards sell for $80-200 Bucks, but Angels don’t pay for marketing hype.
Take the grill as hot as it’ll go and slide a steak on those bars – it doesn’t need to be a fancy one. When it’s done to your liking, pull it off and pour yourself a glass.
All these wines were made exclusively for, and thanks to, Naked Angels. It means you probably won't recognize the labels.
So how do you know which wines to try and which to avoid?
1. Look for the green tick,
If we know enough about your tastes we'll put a green tick on wines you'll love, and a red cross on those to avoid. Easy peasy.
2. Trust the crowd, not a stuffy wine critic,
See how many people rated the wine positively after they tried it.
3. Be a pro, use the filters,
After a big red from Napa with a 90% rating that costs between $10 and $20? Use the filters to narrow your search. Smarty pants.