Light, clear red wine. Drinkable but fell just short of enjoyable. Reminded me of a cherry lollipop from the bank with a twinge of bitterness on the finish. — 19 days ago
Wow, what a fun wine! Manually carbonated Gewürztraminer via soapstone bubbler in a pressure tank. BBX is now playing this cool trick to another varietal aside from their Riesling.
Notes are solid to the regular Gewürzt bottling:
Nose has Gardenia, lime peel, distant white pepper, cut flower stems and honeydew melon.
Palate has ripe-spiced pear, tangerine peel, but a effervescent texture leads to a waxy finish. — 4 months ago
one of my favorites. so crisp and refreshing. goes down almost to easy ❤️ — 6 months ago
Crisp, minerality, green apple jolly rancher, medium body. So good! — a month ago
Nose has lemon juice on granite dust, old lemon zest, apple blossom, lightly toasted grains and green apple peel.
Palate has salted green apple slice, oxidized yellow apple slice, sugar dusted popcorn, yellow cherries, light creamy oak influence with medium acidity/finish. A great wine and effort.
Future bottles on this vintage will easily hold until 2028-34, in proper storage. — 4 months ago
Very nice! — 2 months ago
Love the acidity - strong flavor profile — 4 months ago
I honestly have no clue what I'm drinking right now but it's amazing. All I know is that it's non filtered and it's from Piedmont. It has elements of oolong tea strawberry minerality. And the fact that it's non-filtered gives it a beautiful and interesting texture. But I don't understand what I'm drinking I don't see any doc or igt cert. I don't see any grape varietals or appellation. It just as cool thing being made in Piedmont that breaks all of the appellation rules. What is going on here? — 6 months ago