Holy cow, what a home run! This my friends its the taste of terroir. Dense and muscular, with a focused minerality that is keeping the beat.
Despite its youth it is very expressive and not holding back on its complexity. François Cotat La Grande Côte, a marvelous piece and an act in the magic of wine.
Pronounced intense aromas with a layered depth Lemon juice, kiwi, boxwood, dandelions almost reaching towards honey with a prominent Limestone mineraliy that is keeping the beat.
High piercing acidiy that cuts through the smooth and ripe edges. Dense and athletic on the mid palate with a layered complexity, salty backbone as it expands before closing up in a long tightening finish. — 21 hours ago
Mesa bohn Jun21 edu, lui, edi, lam — 10 days ago
"ruby red color warm, earthy aromas of blackberries, spices and herbs. On the palate, it is full-bodied with complex berry notes, hints of tannins, a balanced acidity and a nice dry finish." — 3 days ago
A green apple explosion, but not like a green jolly rancher, more like if a fresh green apple got rammed into your mouth and you were picking the peel out of your teeth and you were like, “Damn. That’s apple-y.” It’s like that. And also has floral notes on the nose — 6 days ago
it has high alcohol, but i feel cool nuance, because it has sharp acidiy and lifted aromas. Well balanced and enjoyable classic Syrah beauty. — a month ago
Krug MV 166th edition. Created in 2010. Drinking very nicely now (from half bottle). Bubbles are quite fine - would have actually probably guessed slightly older from that alone. Somewhat less rich yeastiness than expected, but still excellent brioche and nutty notes balanced with perfect lemony acid. Long finish. Always a treat. — 20 days ago