Aromas of watermelon, cherry, hibiscus and green tea florals. Fair bit of sweetness on the palate, but good length and solid minerals. Overall this has impeccable balance.
Definitely a rosé for the cellar; was better after a week open as the sugar integrated and more complex notes began to emerge. — 9 months ago
Smooth after opening it and letting it breathe — 4 years ago
Lovely Syrah! Floral, cherry, balanced — 2 years ago
2017 Memorious Pinot Noir
2017 Bloom’s Field Pinot Noir
2017 La Côte Pinot Noir
2017 Sous le Chene Pinot Noir
2014 Sandhi Blanc de Blancs
All Pinot Noirs were delicious. Memorious tasted some spice with black pepper. Bloom’s Field showed darker fruits. La Côte was fuller in body and riper on aromas. Sous le Chene had the best concentration and the most complex profile with hint of wild bouquet. The Blanc de Blancs was refreshing with a tad of funkiness, possibly from VA and a little oxidation, 3 years on lees, all adding to the character.
What’s especial about Sous le Chene is that it’s sourced from this 10 rows of vines literally right next to La Côte but you can somehow really taste the difference between the two. — 3 years ago
Fantastic 2014 vintage! — 4 years ago
Bleu cheese and nuts. Characteristics I never would have thought I would have liked in a wine but here we are. — 3 years ago
Baked apples, beeswax, honey. Beautiful golden color with delicate tiny bubbles. — 4 years ago
Had at Bleu Boheme. Good stuff! — 4 years ago
Oaky malolactic fermentation. Classic California Chardonnay. Dominion with chicken cordon bleu. — 5 years ago