subtle. clean. I fucking love a treat yo’self to a marsanne/rousanne/Grenache blanc moment.
natural rousanne. no surfer. Fun with a friend in these endless bottom of the barrel times. xo. — 3 months ago
“The best Gruner in the world”
Gruner is a crazy ass grape, and I drink the low cost liters like they’re water.
But when it’s done on a world class level it’s such an understatedly intense wine - WIDTH in your mouth, like taste it from every corner. A very different finish than you’d find in a French Chardonnay.
Cool to try. Appreciate the experience, and for $50 it’s rare to be able to taste one of the best around. — 5 months ago
very good. value. clean. slight oak. Chenin blanc. Loire. Saumur. Organic. Natural.
This is top tier bang-for-the-buck in the $20 range. — 5 months ago
Marzemino. 2010. Trentino, Italy.
It’s great. Old and standing strong still. Pretty big, sweet fruit on the front. Blackberry or black cherry. Back gets a little tannic, with like something like dusty ash on the finish.
Easy and medium bodied. Chill it even. V cool. — 3 months ago
local stuff from the highest and most northern wine range in Italy ..... if you want to know what the expression “earthy” means as a wine term, try this. — 3 years ago
Woof. Like zero sugar fresh lemonade. Tart, minerally and mouth watering.
Crazy refreshing. Grown on an old volcano on the biggest lake in California.
Really yum passion project by a young maker from a long time wine growing/making family. — 4 months ago
going with a STRONG 8.7. Far as NY/Finger Lakes wines go this vineyard is tops.
California, female wine maker. Always on trend and high quality. I don’t LOVE Chardonnay by default, and they make a pet Nat Riesling that’s crisper and killer ... but this is tasty stuff. Soft, fizzy, and smells like the Doles canned pears you had as a kid. — 5 months ago
I like wine that tastes like glacial mountain stream water or fresh squeezed juice.
This is apple juice, delicious, biodynamic, wine juice. But no sweetness. It’s a bit off beat and atypical for Anjou, where they specialize in dessert wine, and am into it. — 5 months ago