Very light cranberry juicy wine, excellent for easy fall afternoon drinking. Call it the oceanspray of wines and I’m not mad about it! — 9 months ago
Dinner w pua Nate Pasquale Jones — a year ago
This needs time. Plenty of time. I decanted 3 hours, then drank it over days and still quite tannic and lots of acidity. Closed at first, but the nose is opening with inky ripe blackberry, black currants, little bit of vanilla, and a touch of menthol. The palate is more tart currant and blackberry pits with menthol and tree bark. For the price I’d buy a few, start drinking in 3-5 years+, then have each year thereafter. — 4 months ago
Solid with a veal chop in PA. — 6 months ago
Tight and firm. Plums, nuts and black licorice on both the nose and pallet. Spicy and quite long on the finish. More reminiscent to me of a Barolo based on the body and style. (Not a criticism). Well integrated with gripping tannins. Might need a bit more bottle age. Looking forward to trying this one again in a few years. Thanks for the recommendation, Petey! — 7 months ago
Bright red fruits, strawberries and cantaloupe. A great summer supper.
— a year ago
Very interesting day one. Very high acidity w funky nose after uncorking. Almost shocking acidity. Dark ripe stone fruit. After a bit of air, mellows and becomes more balanced. Really liked it regardless of when I tasted. But Not so interesting day two and three. Would definitely buy again. — 2 years ago