Wine Director & General Manager, Atria, Edgartown/Certified Sommelier/Founder, Martha's Vineyard Wine School/Co-Owner, Oko, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
Ripe and salty. — 3 years ago
A lusher, more muscular side of Volnay. The florals that one associates with the commune are there, but so is a shock of brambly red fruit and bright stone. — 3 years ago
Fine edged with a haunting, almost chinato-like herbalness. Got better as we went, coming into focus after 30 minutes or so. — 3 years ago
Shows that Prosecco can be as delicious as any sparkling wine without trying to be anything but what it is: rivetingly fresh and lively with lots of Meyer lemon and saline notes. — 3 years ago
Well integrated, polished tannins. Lacking detail and energy at this age; clear fruit expression still eddying beneath the oak. — 3 years ago
A confident wine. One I like quite a bit. Its purity is offset by a challenging depth of damp earth and herbs that has me reminiscing about the first time I tried Cabernet franc from the Loire. — 3 years ago