Tasted next to the original ensorcelled. This was much more round and less sour with a ton of rye/bourbon vanilla, more cherries, but still raspberry jam. This also has a dark chocolate like component. Interestingly it is still very sour but compared to the regular it is not as tart. I think this helped all the sweeter flavors show in this one. Overall one of the best beers I’ve ever had. — 3 days ago
$12 Vons. Buttery, basically the same of KJ. .2019 — 7 days ago
Very tart apricots. Not a lot of juice but very sour. Some vanilla but man this is just tart apricots for days. Really nice in the fall/winter. — 8 days ago
First time trying Assyrtiko from Santorini, Greece, and what a beauty it is to pair with food!
From the mouth-watering acidity to the salinity and tart, youthful citrus, lemon peel, peach, apricot, wet slate, and white blossom florals, it makes for a lovely, culinary complement.
I just wish I had held on for further aging. Ah, patience! I’ll have to invest in a few more.
Domaine Sigalas, Assyrtiko, Santorini, Greece. Vintage 2019. ABV 14.5%. — 23 days ago
As far as Chardonnay’s go, this is a lovely example, not too much oak for me. — 13 days ago
Confrérie Des Chevaliers du Tastevin Sous-Commanderie d'Albany; 14 November 2020 at Fort Orange Club, Albany, NY
Physically Distanced 🚧 but Socially Close 🤗 dinner, following the reasonable NY State dining regulations.
Dessert bottle gifted but our GC to the group for the evening, paired well with Burgundy poached pear. — 12 days ago
Lean, mean, crisp apple and lemon oil, fresh herbs, intensely marine-influenced minerality and salinity. Lovely Chenin-like wooliness and energizing acid on the palate. Bravo to my friend @Erik Longabardi on this profound expression of Long Island history and terroir. — 16 days ago
Total Wine for $10. Really nice for the price! — 14 days ago