Classic German riesling nose: diesel fuel, plastic beach ball, almond shell, minerals.
Honey and dried citrus peel up front with bracing lemon/lime citric acidity. Good length on finish.
Lovely stuff that is aging gracefully. A touch of RS but refreshing acidity more than cleans things up. Yum — 18 hours ago
Nose of cherry, dill, oak, beef jerkey, and black pepper.
Quite highed toned with lots of sour cherry and plum. A lot of acidity with hints of dill and creamy oak. Pretty mild tannins.
I originally had this in a blind tasting and thought it was a very good new world pinot because of the red fruit, acidity, and noticable oak. Either way, great wine. — 19 hours ago
Nose of orange peel, pine needles, grapefruit, and a touch of biscuit.
Lots of herbal, citrusy hop character up front: grapefruit, pine, and perhaps some notes of mango and orange and a touch of caramel malt. Pleasantly bitter, resiny finish. Tiny bubbles and dextrins build a luxurious mouthfeel.
One of my all time favorites. As good as ever. — 7 days ago
Nose of black cherry, blackberry, tobacco leaf, and a bit of black pepper.
Pretty juicy on the palate with wild raspberries, cherry, and blackberries. Some earthy tobacco and spice in there as well. Medium minus acidity and med+ dusty tannins.
Nice little wine. Can't beat it for the price. Holds the alcohol very nicely. — 7 days ago
Nose of wet earth, green bell pepper, grass clippings, violet, and a touch of beef fat.
Lots of floral notes and the palate with good red fruit acidity. Tannins are fairy course and leave a good bit of astringency with nice minerality.
Classic and rustic cab franc which I love. I understand how the green and earth notes could be off-putting for some though. — 15 days ago
Quite reductive at first with lots of sulfury aromas, but develops into classic carbonic notes of Sweet Tarts and cherries with a touch of brett. Quite light on the palate with similar notes to the nose. Soft acidity and tannins make it quite drinkable.
Very gamay-esque character with the structure of a typical red from Jura. Gulpable. — 18 hours ago
Bramble berries, wood smoke, stems, savory spice. Some blackberry jam and kirsch on the palate but good supporting acidity and tannin. Lingering dried oregano and tea. Medium body and alcohol warmth.
Nice little wine and good value. Curious where this will be in 5 years. — 5 days ago
Nose of lychee, lime, almond shell, and sea breeze.
Melon, green apple, lemon, lime, and a touch of peach on the finish. Medium acidity with a touch of lingering alcohol heat.
I don't drink a lot of Spanish whites, but I think I should start! Tasty wine and nice value. — 10 days ago