Fun and balanced. Drank with shrimp risotto in New Orleans— a lovely pairing. From Grand Krewe. — a month ago
Purchased at simons - they said it’s easy drinking Orange. Compared to Meinklang and Christina it was the most filtered/clear and slightly more white-ish, but Helen’s favorite and still so good. — 3 months ago
This is a cheers we’ve been waiting four years on. Well worth the wait. Congratulations, President Biden.
First time having this cuvée. Thank you to Christina for opening.
The nose says it leans reductive. Rich, creamy; slightly sour lemons, lemon meringue, overripe stone fruits & pineapple, busied pear & golden apple, notes of apple cider, ginger ale laced with cream soda, sea spray to fossils, volcanics minerals, fine chalkiness, yeast, bread dough to baguette crust, graham crackers, nougat with withering yellow lilies/spring flowers.
The palate is rich, full & juicy. Light on its feet with beautiful mousse. Rich, creamy; slightly sour lemons, lemon meringue, overripe stone fruits & pineapple, busied pear & golden apple, notes of apple cider, ginger ale laced with cream soda, vanillin, sea spray to fossils, light white spice with perfect, heat, gentle volcanics minerals, limestone, fine chalkiness, yeast, bread dough to baguette crust, graham crackers, nougat with withering yellow lilies/spring flowers. Excellent, lively acidity. The finish glides beautifully across the palate with moosee mousse, richness, balance, elegant and persists gently for minutes.
1/20/21 — 5 months ago
Funky, fruity, dry — a month ago
Lemon, yeast, slightly salty, good acidity — 3 months ago
Christina liked this right off the bat, I needed to warm up to it but and around... maybe I was unfairly still expecting the creamy Chardonnay we had the day before and this was much more crisp. Would’ve liked a touch more lingering! — 4 months ago
Nice with our cheeses. One, (Four Fowl) sent from our friend @Severn Goodwin. Really excellent.
Happy Holidays! 🎄🎁🎅⛄️❄️🌟
The Gosset was opened by our friend Christina. This has seen air through oak & leans into an oxidative style which, is good but, not my favorite.
Lots of bruised, golden & apple, bruised pear, touch of spoke cider, pineapple, ginger ale, strong, grey bulky minerals, bread dough, yeast, saline, sea fossils, chalky stones, some flint, limestone, white flowers, some yellow lilies & jasmine/spring flowers. The acidity is racy with a well balanced, smartly polished finish that is nicely persist. — 6 months ago
This carb-mac of the St. Laurent varietal from Austria (11.5% ABV) has classic sour cherry and spice character. Three week slow cold ferment in closed fermenters, then the whole bunches are pressed into 500 liter oak vats for four months.￼The label is reference to beneficial insects.￼ I’d love this to be chilled with seafood but tasting just fine at cellar temp. — 2 months ago
Sublime. I’m biased but it is probably the best example of merlot on the central coast. Tiny yield from a small vineyard planted on steep grade. Cherries, dark chocolate and muted green herbal pepper notes. Alleged Petrus clonal material, the result is world class and is hard to outshine domestically. — 4 months ago
I knew Christina would enjoy this one... opened up beautifullly and has a wonderful nose — 5 months ago