At first it taste like any other higher end natty red wine. I would have believed it was Carignan or Pais no problem. But with air things came together and it’s started to actually taste like Gamay, with sweet red berries, pink peppercorn, and woodsy earth. High acid, long finish. Good, but not great. — 9 days ago
Insane density and concentration. Beautiful balanced nose of potpourri, cherries, spice, floral notes and musk. Salinity and juicy mid palate with balanced concentration of fruit and herbal notes that culminates in a medium+ finish. — 6 days ago
Solid Oregon Pinot Noir. Bright red color. Intense aromas of black cherry ham with subtle hints of violets and cloves. Fruit forward pallet features black cherry/berry, cranberry, coffee and earth. Nice texture and well balanced acidity. Smooth tannins. Good food pairing wine. — 21 days ago
Pommard? Nope, Oregon.
N: lots of brown spice, Rhubarb, walks in the woods over fall leaves, brown sugar, a bit of pepper. You could huff this a longgg time.
P: Luscious going in, Big bright cherries and mineral,sapid, really sticky but not sweet, nice acidity, tuck some away if ya got.,Should be an ager. Better on day 2, more fruits, less cinnamon on the nose.
thanks @Fasselections. — 15 days ago
This is a bold, well-balanced pinot. Red cherry eithout being too acidic; hint of fireworks and wet volcanic rock (but not too much). $63, would drink again. — 9 days ago
translucent garnet, watery rim; aromatics develop slowly, wild berries, dried cranberry, orange peel, mushrooms, hints of pine needles; light to medium body, dry, medium+ acidity, light tannin, 12.6% ABV; aged 16 months in 30% new French oak; a respectable and balanced wine from the rainy and uneven 2013 vintage — 14 days ago
Really good Chardonnay that doesn't go straight down the trodden Chardonnay path. In fact, my take is Koosah has more in common with something like Gruner. Subtle, delicate, distinct, but spicy. Just a little kick. Silver green with a yellow glow. Chartreuse. White pepper, cut grass, pear, violet. Creamy, lean texture, and zippy acid. — 23 days ago