Drank some of this then left it for 24 hours. Made all the difference and ended up buying another bottle and doing the same 😂. Very smooth and already fairly well integrated with a lot of air. This wine rarely disappoints and i would definately recommend trying. Will improve with bottle age but already much to enjoy now. — a month ago
Light, dry, easy to drink! — 2 months ago
Little cherry on the nose, some tobacco afterwards, good pairing with pasta all’amatriciana — 5 months ago
Garnet verging on brick.
I smell very earthy aromas; horse farm, camp fire and soot.
A real stranger on the pallete. First I'm hit with a red fruit, not cherry or any of the common fruit notes- something more natural and tart, not as tart as a cranberry but I'm thinking of mixed dried currants with fresh goose berries and the Sirah comes through with a touch of black pepper and there is just a touch of effervescence from this natural creation.
35% niellucciu 30% grenache 15% sciaccarellu 15% sirah 5% mouvedre
Thank you Kermit Lynch for bringing in this taste of Corsica! — 6 months ago
I think there’s no question who made the Champagne’s of the vintage in 2011, and that’s Cedric Bouchard. La Haute Lemblé shows everything I love in Bouchard’s vinous style wafting a focused stone fruit expression with gun smoke, white flowers and wet stones. The palate is straight satin with a crystalline purity, ripping lemony acids and a long and vibrant finish. Can never get enough of these wines. — 2 months ago