2010 World's End Wavelength Red Blend - THEGRAPE

World’s End Wavelength Red Blend 2010

Today In Wine: World’s End Wavelength Red Blend 2010 ($70)

“High-toned amidst its luxurious mouthfeel, it’s well-developed with plenty of structure and mellowed tannins. The herbal element is underplayed, with the tobacco more prominent.” – Wine Enthusiast

 

Wine Ratings & Awards

Grape Certified Platinum Medal (2016)

Robert Parker of Wine Advocate – 95 Points (2014)

Wine Enthusiast – 92 Points (2014)

 

Wine Review

The World’s End is a culmination of over 15 years of winemaking experience in Saint Emilion, Bordeaux and overseas, by Jonathan Maltus and his team. Their ultimate aim is to surpass their Estate in Bordeaux in offering three levels of wine: ESTATE wines from selected parcels of vines acquired in the top AVA’s, Single Vineyard wines from the valley, ridge and mountain regions, and Varietal wines that reflect the overall diversity of the Napa Valley wine region as a whole. A challenge the team looks forward to with an unwavering passion.

The highly acclaimed, 2010 World’s End ‘Wavelength’ red blend, is filled with floral, herbal, blackberry, coffee and brown sugar aromas and flavors. A delicious Bordeaux-style wine with depth and multi-layered flavors that continue to linger well after you’ve had a sip. Robert Parker, described the wine as, “a ‘visionary, self-styled revolutionary’ and the ‘English winemaking guru,’ Jonathan Maltus cut his teeth in the fine wine business during the ‘garage revolution’ in Saint Emilion, France during the 1990’s. Chateau Teyssier, a Saint Emilion Grand Cru Estate, has expanded from 14 to 125 acres, into one of the main players of Saint Emilion (capturing three 5 Stars from Decanter with the 2010 vintage – including its flagship wine, Le Dôme).”

Even though this wine is a little pricier than most of the wines we typically review, you won’t be sorry to have splurged on a bottle of the Wavelength red blend, in fact, we think you’ll be floored! This is why we’ve given it our highest rating, Grape Certified Platinum. Drink the 2010 World’s End Wavelength Red Blend now or cellar it for another 3 to 5 years. If you can’t decide what meal you’d like to pair this wine with, we offer the following choices: THEGRAPE’s Apple Smoked Cheese Stuffed Bacon Burger Recipe – now there’s a mouthful! Or try THEGRAPE’S Caramelized Chicken Wings RecipeTHEGRAPE’s Bacon Wrapped Filet Mignon Recipe or THEGRAPE’s Bacon, Tomato and Asparagus Pizza Recipe.

 

Wine Region: Napa Valley, California

Wine Grapes: 65% Syrah, 35% Cabernet Franc

Style: Full-bodied, Complex & Smooth

Drinks Like: Michael David’s Freakshow Cabernet Sauvignon ($20), 2013 Brassfield Eruption Red Blend ($18)

 

Food & Wine Pairings: THEGRAPE’s Apple Smoked Cheese Stuffed Bacon Burger Recipe

Apple Smoked Cheese Stuffed Bacon Burger & Wine - THEGRAPE

 

Also try these great recipes: THEGRAPE’S Caramelized Chicken Wings Recipe, THEGRAPE’s Bacon Wrapped Filet Mignon Recipe and THEGRAPE’s Bacon, Tomato and Asparagus Pizza Recipe.

We hope you enjoyed this Wednesday’s wine recommendation. We’re not only confident you’ll enjoy today’s Grape Certified Platinum Medal red wine but were excited for you to try it with our food and wine recommendations! If you enjoyed this post please don’t forget to like it above and join the discussion by leaving a rating and a comment below. We’ll see you next week for another edition of Wine Wednesday wine recommmendations. Feel free to share your thoughts with us in the comments below and at www.thegrape.com. Cheers!

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World’s End Wavelength Red Blend 2010
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Grape Certified Platinum Medal

When we first saw the logo of this wine, “The World’s End,” we must admit, the film, came to mind and brought laughter to our hearts. On the contrary, the 2010 Wavelength red blend is no laughing matter. After swirling a glass, your instantly seduced by its aromas. Enjoy intense flavors of plum, dark berries, thyme, espresso, fresh dirt, and an echo of sweet notes that lead up to a smooth sexy finish. Take a sip of this Grape Certified Platinum wine and tell us you aren’t stunned.

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