Wine 2 from the tasting flight at Barsha Wines - the favorite of the flight, great aroma and very strong on the green apple notes. Would definitely try to find again. — 13 days ago
Tannic, juicy, perfect chilled. Cranberry notes and cedar nose. Drank at St. Germain in New Orleans. — a month ago
Perfect Summer white! Light but not insipid, fresh with hints of newly cut grass, gentle acids and pleasant fruit. 13.5% ABV but drinks like 10%—I could quaff this all weekend, with all manner of food. Enjoyed the 2019 vintage with homemade chicken liver pâté on toasted brioche and a bratwurst sandwich with sautéed peppers and onions. — 14 days ago
Vintage 2010 | Elevenses-wine, we went to the church, drank coffee and then the sun shined on the terrace in the garden. What to drink? This eleven years old Loire curiosity: made from Romorantin and harvested late. Spicyness and honey in the smell, even a touch of petrol. A frivolous sweetness on the tongue, but when the wine is swallowed you think: my gosh, high acidity. A wine of contrasts that tastes very, very harmonious and reconciles you with Life. Special! — 14 days ago
Nose has crushed flint, sliced lemon, mild oak notes, ripe white peach and toasted Italian bread.
Palate has creamy (ripe) tropical fruits, medium oak, dried lemon with medium acidity.
Declassified Meursault? In a nice spot, but probably suggest drinking the 14's on this bottle in the next few years 2023-25. — 14 days ago