- Nose: Vanille, wilde Erdbeere, dried red cherries
- Palate: wild cherry tart, high acidity, low tannins, — 22 days ago
Rustic, farmer wine. Loved it. — 9 months ago
Romorantin is grape of place - it grows only in the Loire and not in so many plots outside the dirt patches of Herv Villemade’s couple of hectares, where his vines are 60+ years old.
This is powerful white - a bold tea of oxidized dried apricots and toffee caramel apple cider vinegar, tarragon, and white jasmine.
Beautiful sturdy juice. Let it breathe with a good decant and it’ll dance a little. — 9 months ago
Grapefruit, lemongrass. — 3 months ago
Fun! The chard hits first with a nice bright Sauvignon on the finish. Balanced, vibrant and clean. — 8 months ago
Always amazing. — a year ago
Med/light red, slight funk, pepper, juice, delicious — 5 months ago
Very interesting wine! I don’t know that I’ve had this grape before. The minerality is really wild and reminds of some steely Burg — a year ago