Lambrusco di Sorbara. The lighter colored one. Yes! — 4 years ago
Clear ruby, moderate aroma intensity. A bit of funky microbial presence. Showing candied cherry and distinct ashyness. Acid medium plus tannin medium and fine. — 4 years ago
Clear, ruby with purple reflections.
Clean, delicate aromas, youthful, tart medley of fruits, violets, mineral (slatey), potentially old, big barrels ( French) .
Bone dry, medium minus tannin, medium acid, light body.
Medium Plus finish, moderate complexity.
Aromas blossoming with time and aeration. — 4 years ago
Dark ruby in color, lifted aromas of tart red fruits, spice and flowers. Moderate plus intensity. Tannins medium and well integrated, candied cherry fruit palate. Moderate + complexity. Great value for semi - traditional Barolo — 4 years ago
Clear rub leaning toward magenta brightness. Very pretty. Youthful and fresh. Aromas of pepper and violet. Mild animal notes. Medium plus aromatic intensity. Tart currant / cranberry fruit on the palate. Medium tannin, velvety. Medium acid. Checking many boxes. Moderate plus company complexity — 4 years ago
Clear, golden hue. Moderate intensity. Green apple skin & honey comb. Fruit strong, with soft chalk essence. Medium acid, medium length. — 4 years ago
Black Cod was right 🐟 - Distinct wine, searing acid, but softened with fresh white flowers, underripe stone fruits and pixie stick artificial candy mineral length. It was resting for two years and maintained it's beautiful character in comparison to the previous one consumed years ago. — 4 years ago