Amazing aromatics of fruit and florals. Elegant. Medium bodied with acidity. A charmer. Thank you MLP! — 2 days ago
This vino dulce natural (“vin doux naturel”) is a fantastic example Málaga’s traditional sweet wines – the favorite of Catherine II of Russia and Victorian ladies and the city’s main export until vineyards were wiped out by phylloxera at the end of the 19th Century. It is made with Muscat of Alexandria grapes, fermented and fortified to reach 15% (In Málaga, this style coexists with another type of non-fortified sweet wine confusingly named “vino naturalmente dulce” or “naturally sweet wine” made with sun-dried grapes. Due to the high sugar concentration, they don’t require fortification or mutage). Pale golden color. Delicate, perfumed with aromas of pineapple, flowers, cream pastries and peach yogurt. Feels quite light, balanced, not overwhelmingly sweet. Incredible value — 2 months ago
Very rich and fruity, — 2 months ago
Floral on floral, unripe strawberry, and mineral wash — a month ago
Very good classic Cab! Great value! — 2 months ago
Post fully-vaccinated dinner on a patio by the Alexandria waterfront. The COVID WINE BINGE is over!!!!!!
Let the non-pandemic related wine binge begin — a month ago
Black tea, pipe tobacco, and some candied fruit, with nice acidity and tannins on the finish. This is such a nice wine. Tons of character. — 2 months ago