You’ll love it or hate it, but this is sure as hell my kind of natural wine. Skunky nose with notes of sage, oregano, bell pepper, and pine resin. The palate is a whole different story—candied cherry, green strawberry, stewed rhubarb, and tart cranberry, all with a juicy green edge. Kinda like unsweetened red jello before it sets, in the best possible way. I think I’m in love. Vintage is blurred from condensation—2017? 2013? When and where did I even acquire this bottle?! More importantly, how can I get more?!? — 4 days ago
Abricot beau amer — 7 days ago
What a great example of Idaho wine. Definitely proves you don't have to be in California to make a great cab! — 9 days ago
Beau savagnin de maceration. — 7 days ago
The 19’ is the first vintage release under new ownership, which tries to establish a new branding for Cult. Not sure it’s because of the lawsuits or pure marketing decision.
I have not tasted prior vintages, which costs well over $100 under the Beau Vigne brand. The 19’ costs $30, at which is a very good value IMO.
Full body, rich and delicious as expected. A bit more extracted than I would like, but overall there is the sense of balance.
I would buy again if it’s still around $30. — a month ago
Выпито там же вторым вином -14.06.22. Просто супер! — 18 days ago
Smooth smooth smooth. Bordeaux Blend 78% Cab and 16% Merlot. We both liked this…. — a month ago