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This is an interesting wine but initially surprisingly ungainly. Needs an hour to become what it is. And what It is is lovely.
Nose is freshly cut Grass on a mountain. Full on Julie Andrews in sound of music. The grass and the wild blackberries intermingle so well it’s almost like they are having Coitus.
Day 2 has some lovely mountain pine on the nose.
Palate is more if that fresh grass and wild berry fruit. Silky tanins. Brilliant freshness. Juicy.
This is a red wine that almost should be drunk like a white wine. It will work. And you will be super cool. Bravo for you.
Also a great change of pace for those suffering from ennui. The plague of the leisure class these days. Alas.
Bought from from fass selections — 4 months ago
Honeysuckle, grapefruit zest, wax, good vibes — 10 months ago
Glou glou. Tropical fruit, a little hot pepper spice, perfect chilled! — 24 days ago
Color of bloody grapefruit with ruby tone at the bottom of the glass. Nose of fermented cabbage, some strong alcohol, some chocolate, some aldehyde, and a bit stingy. Taste is quite sweet and zest, almost no tannins, and basically follows the note of the nose. Aftertaste shows some more warmth from alcohol. Not complex and straightforward. Good for daily leisure. — 3 months ago
Natty bubbles loved — 6 months ago
Lovely, subtle, easy-going cab - just what I like 👍🏻 — 2 months ago
a reminder that leisure is deeply anti-capitalist and should be grasped at every opportunity. this might be our only hope. — 2 months ago
Tons of apricot in the nose. Palate moves to much more plum. Had an interesting sweetness to it, but overall still very sour. Excellent beer and can’t wait to see how it ages. — 4 months ago
Light red berry bright juicy floral acidic. Caleb doesn’t like this as much. Would rate 7.5 — 2 years ago