It is not often that a Virginia wine gets reviewed by a national publication, so the the write-ups that Boxwood Winery got in this month's Wine Spectator are good news!
The 2007 Boxwood and Topiary were both reviewed by James Molesworth (on Twitter).
Here is some of what he had to say about the 2007 Boxwood (Boxwood's right bank style Bordeaux blend), which he rated a 88:
This offers a solid beam of black currant, graphite and spice notes that push through the tobacco- and cedar-tinged finish.
He rated the Topiary (Boxwood's left bank style Bordeaux blend) an 87, this is part of his review:
This has a slightly burly core of mulled fig and black currant fruit, along with cocoa, black tea and licorice root notes.