Warning: do not open this young with little decanting and expect it to be like a Super Tuscan. I've had a 2010 in 2014, and it took hours to decant. This one is also a 2010 but much softer and more accessible. Lovely brick red with brown edges showing its age. Initial aromas of cocoa, roses, and plum, but as it opens, reveals spices and black cherry. — a month ago
Bottle description nails it; blueberry, black cherry, violets, and sandalwood with hints of roses, cardamom, and eucalyptus. Great QPR wine from the former winemaker of Sea Smoke (or so the shopkeep says). — a month ago
Very solid Savoie wine with a body and acidity somewhere between a White Burgundy and a White Bordeaux. Aromas of lemon meringue pie with subtle hints of minerals. — 3 months ago
Honeyed peaches, lemon custard, and as one taster rightfully noted, cotton candy and saltwater taffy. Very perfumed with some intense floral notes that trick the senses in the wake of all the confectionary aromas.
Incredible, long finish that turns from racy to creamy as it settles on the tongue. In a word, awesome. — 3 months ago