Simply a fantastic wine. Savory and delicate but not without weight. The age is showing gorgeously and the balance is remarkable. Maybe a little oaky for my taste but with how seamlessly integrated it is I don’t even care. Will be looking for this on retail shelves. Had at Convivium Osteria in Park Slope. — a month ago
Well named! A mouthful of bubbles in this PetNat. Great mouthful of flavor too...smoky berries, some funky mushroom and a bit of bark. And did I mention bubbles?! — 10 months ago
Really enjoyable and well made #pinotnoir #pinotnero #riserva from #altoadige #sudtirol #italy Perhaps the acidity is a little too high and there isn’t enough ripe fruit and body to balance it, but it has delicate and precise aromas and flavors. — 6 months ago
Nice surprise to find an Italian Pinot at a high end Mexican spot. Really balanced — 7 months ago
From everyday wines summer 6. Really enjoyed this, jammy. Would repurchase. — 8 months ago
First Swiss Pinot Noir I’ve had. It’s easy drinking - cherry cola, dried roses, slight earthiness. Nice — 6 months ago
Very nice German Pinot Noir or Blauburgunder.
Notes of rhubarb, strawberries, jam and leather. A bit of a bite at first but mellower with a little time opened and with food.
Crab cakes, shrimp, asparagus and risotto. Chocolate cookie with salt to finish.
2017. — 7 months ago
From our friends at Le volpe e l’uva, this is a tasty pinot nero from the Sudtirol-Alto Adige region in north central Italy. Reminiscent of a high-end, Village-level burgundy, this has terrific fruit on the palate, bright, vibrant acidity, and a nice finish. This probably goes for less than 20 euros at the shop, but would be bargain at twice that price! — 10 months ago