Dried apricots, Muscat grape like, loquat, rubber glove’s, leather, upright? Plastic barbie shoes l???? Those were the descriptions of my guests. Great orange wine. Suitcase import. Even 5 days later very drinkable. 12.5%. Great bottle. Available sometimes from Lyle Fass but very rare. — 22 days ago
Pretty dope — 6 months ago
Amazing orange had at sauced — 7 months ago
Yeah I’m a slut for Alsatian wine but I’ve never even heard of this grape. Super funky cheesy when it opened, I wish the body stood up a little more in the finish but after some research it makes sense. Had this with a pizza Bianca porchetta and some Calabrian chilis and yum yum yum — 21 days ago
Still drinking beautifully. Pure, deep, ripe fruit leads on the nose, with straw, turned soil and river stone notes. Round and quite ripe in the mouth, this is all about the fruit. It’s basically dry, but the ripeness of the fruit is such that it gives a sweet impression. Just a teensy bit of stony minerals in the finish. — 3 months ago
Like a slightly more rounded, subtle champagne, with much more crisp apple and green citrus notes and just a hint of brioche, vegetal / grassy notes, and freshly torn bread crusts on the nose and palate. — 7 months ago
Produced in the Alsatian traditional style of Edelzwicker, an aromatic blend.
All hand picked and hand sorted fruit.
50 % Gewurztraminer, 27 % Riesling, 10 % Pinot Auxerrois, 8 % Pinot Gris and 5 % Pinot Blanc.
Bright, shiny straw gold.
Apples, white flowers, ginger and citrus on the nose.
Tangerine, lemon lime, pink grapefruit pith, and honeysuckle flavours.
On the back label of every bottle, they thank all the grape growers by name and location. — 3 months ago
Waves....$35. Interesting project. — 7 months ago