Such a cool story and bottle. The grower harvests only the second flower which doesn’t happen every year and so this wine only gets bottled every other year, making it a special find.
Never seen a color in the glass like this one. A velvet plush hue of pink crimson and luxurious light mauve.
Subtle strawberries, raspberries, and red roses in the bouquet.
Absolutely divine. I imagine this to be the sweet honey of the demigods. Fruit punch like drinkability and yet the elegance, lightness, and sophistication of Barbaresco. Crushed rose petals, crunchy goodness.
Very memorable. — 9 days ago
Come back to this often for something interesting, refreshing, like unsweetened cherry cola that’s a bit shocking in a primitive. — 4 years ago
Rubied in color with bricked undertone. French oak treatment stands out, with vanilla bean, hazelnut and caramel. Cherry liqueur and barnyard notes stand out as well. Fresh red fruit on the palate, with forest and licorice undertones. Unique in style with the oak treatment. Delicious and savory. Pairs well with meat pie pizza. — 5 years ago
Dinner w pua Nate Pasquale Jones — 2 years 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. — 3 years ago
Fuzzy photo but excellent wine. Great rec from sommelier at Pasquale jones. — 4 years ago
pasquale with om. also the benanti etna rosso — 4 years ago