Que du bon
Yum — 11 hours ago
Nice deep gold color.
Intense and big aromas like ripped mango or yellow peach. Exotic. A bit pungent. The nose let you think it might lack acidity and freshness but it is not the case, just the opposite once in the mouth. A beautiful surprising balance. Even some slight fizz coming from nowhere. The wine is sligh oxydative.
Yummm ... a true pleasure. — 22 days ago
Drink really well although still a baby. Definitely on the fruit, a lot, but get some complexity then with spinces, riped or wet herbs and some saltiness. Probably why I want to say minerality. Definitely very interesting Pinot which reminds me a bit of some willamerte working burgundian styles. — 21 days ago
Altesse at its best really.
Definitely slightly oxydated, but for the best. Apricots and Honey are knocking at the door, minerality is here, and yes, fresh fresh fresh... only reminds me some Bergeron that aged more than anyone expected. Bravo Jacques Maillet! — a month ago
This is getting really yummy with age!!! So much more interesting than when young. — 7 days ago
One of my wine revelation of 2019.
Balance and lightness. Nothing complex or sophisticated, all simple and easy. But extreme elegance, subtle, charming, enchanting... and what a coper color! A fantastic ramato.
On the sensorial side: aroma of red berries, wild strawberies, almost candied. In the mouth super subtle and elegant taint of wood that just adds up to the balance (even for the ones like me who are usually not really on the wood side...), very nice balance, medium acidity but nice bitters that prevent it from being floppy. Almost no tannins perceivable.
Magnifique! — 18 days ago