Classic oyster shell and minerality, vibrant. — 7 months ago
Racy citrus and mineral. Pleasantly surprised — 2 years ago
So glad I got to meet Eric at the Kermit Lynch tasting at Buckley's. — 8 years ago
Really enjoyed and great value! — 9 months ago
Probably the strangest wine of the evening. At first, I thought it was flabby and dull (hey, Fíe Gris?). But then my excitement grew, and I started to enjoy this wine. Like a lot! Especially the way tannin and acidity play in the taste, twisting and overflowing each other. In the nose, it's non-mainstream and rather shy. Spoiled apricots, dark bread, ascorbic candy, smokiness, mango, flowers and subtle rot notes. Nice.
Tasted as part of Mixed Bag Vol. 1.
— a year ago
Mineral and tart. Strawberry hint when you exhale. Refreshing — 8 years ago
What an unexpected gem. At first whiff, there’s oyster shells and ripe citrus. Pears and melon with ocean spray. Apricots and streaks of honey. Occasionally these Muscadet wines can be a tad boring or uninteresting so I really appreciate that this one announces itself right out of the gate.
This appears to be light and breezy at first but then displays a richer body. Very saline and a load of minerality, especially for a Melon de Bourgogne. Gravely, in a good way. Lemon and brine in the mouth, along with thyme and more oyster shells. Easily one of my favorites of the varietal. — 10 months ago
Citrus fruit with refreshing acidity. A fine summer wine. — 8 years ago