Colour: very pale yellow, almost white. Medium and quite fast moving legs on the glass.
Smell: fresh lime, apricots, clean stone fruits and slightly creamy at the end. A lot of lemon and citrus fruits with a very clean and crisp smell. Reminds me of some Italian restaurants.
Taste: clean and crisp on the palate with medium acidity. A little creamy with a slight black currant at taste in finish. Average pinot gringo — 23 days ago
Colour: dark straw yellow
Smell: peaches, apricot, lime, a little kerosine in the background
Taste: apparent honey taste with a slightly dry mouthfeel. Refreshingly crisp with very little alcoholic bite to it, finishes with stone fruits and a hint of sweetness at the end.
Pretty bland riseling — a month ago
Looks: quite dark straw colour for a riseling. Legs are coming down very quickly and not really forming.
Smell: stone fruits, lemons,minerals and freshly cut grass in the background.
Taste: acidic, smooth and easy drinking. Some fruits coming through and not as dry as expected. Very flat structure and probably good with light seafood dishes — 2 months ago
Colour: Dark ruby red but still quite transclucent which looks like a thin body. Medium legs which looks quite thick.
Smell: plums,chocolate,oak,tobacco,a lot of dark black fruits with a slight cherry flavour. A little almond in the background and the smell is almost reminiscent of a wet woody forest floor as if it has just rained.
Taste: smoke, oak, little fruit flavour with medium finish. Low acidity with high to medium tannins that remind me of skin on sable grapes. Very flat finish with nothing much to offer at the end. Sad :( — 23 days ago
Looks: dark but translucent ruby red with thin and fine legs forming.
Smell: fresh raspberries, strawberries in a summer day. A lot of red and black fruits coming through. Slightly oaky and herby with some vanilla coming through in the end.
taste: quite tannic for a Pinot noir. Quite acidic with some fresh raspberries coming through on the palate. Pretty harsh tannins and maybe could do better after some decanting? — a month ago
Look: transclucent red almost like a pinot noir. Legs are fat and wide and falling down pretty quickly.
Smell: a lot of dried cherries, some oak, chocolate and vanilla in the background. Fruit noticed subside after wine breathed for 30mins, giving way to a heavier vanilla flavour but cherries still very prominent in the foreground.
Taste: very acidic on first taste and a lot of tannins. After 30 mins, wine is a lot less acidic with dried cherries flavour in the foreground slowly giving way to a oaky/chocolaty flavour in the mouth finish ling off with a slight vanilla aftertaste. Soft rounded tannis overall and very easy to drink. — 2 months ago
Looks: small bubbles, pale straw colour with good clarity
Smell: very fruity with a creamy finish. Like, apricots, zesty fruits and a little petroleum in the background.
Taste: tart and sweet, abit like asti and yellow muscat. Fruity with a lot of character and a slight bite to the wine. Limes, lemons, apricots and appealed coming through at the back. Short finish and refreshing summer wine. Rongy will like this! — 2 months ago
Looks: very light transclucent red. Looks like a very thin body. Thick legs moving down the glass very slowly despite the wine looking thin
Smell: very fresh on the nose with soy of freshly picked red fruits notes. Fresh strawberries (abit unripe), preserved cherries and almonds in the background. No oak.
Taste: medium to low acidicity with little to almost no tannins. Almost no fruit on the palate and very weak, almost thin finish with a little preserved cherries coming out at the end.
Affordable PN and Should go well with food — a month ago
Look: very dark red with very little to almost no light passing through. No legs forming and if anything, it’s reminiscent of a very thin liquid falling down the side of the the glass, unable to cling.
smell: some plums, a lot of chocolate, some tabacco and oak. Some dark fruits and herbs in the background. Very thin and Uncomplex in general.
Taste: chocolates, oak, smooth tannins and very short aftertaste with a little fruit coming through at the end. Some tannic bite at the end.
Very boring and thin in general — a month ago
Looks; medium bodied red. A lot darker than other Pinot noir. Some light is able to pass through but almost like a dark ruby red.
Smell: cherries, blackberries, a lot of fruit with a little charred wood coming through at the back in the first whiff. Very acidic and making me salivate. Slightly fishy smell in the background.
taste: charred wood at the forefront with some fruit and cherries in the background. Very acidic with almost no tannins. Long after taste with the wood flavour lingering in the background. — 2 months ago