I am a writer who came to love wine through my affections for drink and geology, and it's been a wonderful tour de terroir ever since.
Luscious aromas of blackberries, black cherries, salt marshes, black pepper, and bramble reminiscent of a young Cote du Rhone with more subtle notes of baking spices and minerals that remind me of a Pinot Noir. — 25 days ago
Strange Riesling from Langhe featuring citrus, pineapple, petrol, straw, and smoky mineral aromas. Slightly effervescent with background aromas of Sherry vinegar. Creamy and full bodied on the palate. — 2 months ago
Well aged by white wine standards, yielding lots of minerals, but still retains it's pear, Meyer lemon, and Jonagold apple flavors. Very tasty. — a month ago
Raisins, milk chocolate, almonds, leather, brown sugar, toffee, and hints of pipe tobacco. — 5 months ago
Initial notes of wet stone, live grass and herbs, mint, citrus, and honey. Faint background aromas of green tea, jasmine, and lavender. Drinks beautifully. Energetic without being too acidic or flat (as many restaurant albarinos often are). — a year ago
Lemon, minerals, tropical fruits, and white flowers. Hints of the classic cat urine smell but much less so than most Sancerre. — 2 months ago
Aromas of tropical fruit cup, stone fruit, and hints of citrus buds. Light but packed with flavor. — 2 months ago