Born and raised in New Orleans. Graduated from Tulane University. Former F-14 Naval Flight Officer. Certified Sommelier living the dream in Grand Rapids, Michig...
Very disappointed. I was really looking forward to this bottle based on reviews. Unfortunately, it suffered from volatile acidity that left it undrinkable. Paint thinner in a wine bottle. — a month ago
Delicious bottle of wine. First domestic Mondeuse that I have tasted. Tart cranberry persimmon, clove pepper and cinnamon. Tingly mouthfeel.
Selling this it our store: Leon & Son Grand Rapids. — a month ago
2015. Excellent pair with grilled halibut. Hard to describe wine: some citrus, some tart tree fruit, good acidity and substantial body. I enjoyed drinking it. — a month ago
This was an enjoyable Rose. However, for me it did not show the Mondeuse varietal flavors that I enjoy: black pepper and spice. Good but not what I was expecting. The Mondeuse Red form this producer is killer juice! — a month ago
This is the rye barrel aged. Excellent barrel aged stout. — a month ago
Single vineyard Arneis with some age on it. Tart apple, pear and some lemon zest. Crisp but still has some body and weight. — a month ago
Big, bold, earthy nerello mascalese. This is a big wine that paired well with a grilled ribeye. Vigne Vecchie bottling. — a month ago
A little past it’s prime. Some oxidation and not much primary fruit. It was a decent wine pair with grilled halibut. — a month ago
Macon Chardonnay, not Gamay, which is what Delectable called it. Typical Macon Chardonnay: Tart apple, pear, Myer’s lemon, etc.
Little more implied then a typical Macon Chard. More mineralogy and what tasted like some oak aging. — a month ago