Suggested as special bottle — Malbec from Cahors 11/24/2023 ￼ Brower dinner 11/24/2033 — 12 days ago
2019 | Red Blend
(60% Grenache, 25% Syrah & 15% Cinsault)
Provence; Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, France
(91-93; Drink 2023-26)
Wow, this continues to be one of my favorite Provence rosés, ripe strawberry, cold peach, watermelon rind, damp limestone, white pepper; with +3Y of age we're at peak enjoyment.
On the Lawn at Tanglewood this afternoon with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Our conductor Andris Nelsons is leading Julia ADOLPHE (Makeshift Castle), STRAUSS songs with orchestra (Muttertändelei, Opus 43, No. 2 / Wiegenlied, Opus 41, No. 1 / Waldseligkeit, Opus 49. No. 1 / Ruhe, meine Seele, Opus 27, No. 1 / Zueignung, Opus 10, No. 1 / Morgen, Opus 27, No. 4) all voiced by our favorite soprano Renée Fleming, and closing with STRAVINSKY (Petrushka, 1947 version).
*Unfortunately, cellist Yo-Yo Ma has had to withdraw from today's planned performance of Shostakovich’s Cello Concerto No. 1 due to testing positive for COVID-19. — 4 months ago
The 2022 Rosé Gris de Marquiliani is pretty and understated in the glass with a subtle blend of white smoke and young peaches. Silky and refined, this washes easily across the palate, guided by juicy acidity that further enhances its ripe orchard fruits. The 2022 turns toward the savory spectrum, finishing salty and mineral in style yet leaving the mouth salivating for more. (Eric Guido, Vinous, June 2023) — 5 months ago
Deep purple color.
Aromas of cassis, black pepper.
Dry. Flavors of cassis, black pepper, plum, tar, violet. Rich, chewy tannins.
Finish: 3/5 — 21 days ago
Good. Light refreshing, not too sweet — 5 months ago
Berries, dark, full flavor — 2 months ago
Beautiful silky red at a ridiculously inexpensive price for a restaurant — 3 months ago
Barush ludo nichk alegza mau @gradcru — 6 months ago