A gorgeous light wine ….
After it’s set free & allowed to Breathe ( one / one in a half hours ) & slightly chilled .
A must on our table with a Aglio pasta , crispy parmesan bake & steamed gorgeous seafood …. A great red with seafood & pasta for us …
We love to have it with just some Fresh Figs , goat cheese & cherries / dark chocolate bites on Crisp Melba toast — 7 months ago
Elegant and complex yet farmy and simply delicious. Makes me want to eat triangles of melted goat Brie and celebrate under umbrellas of red rains of GSM. A wine to celebrate at this afford. Purchased at $15, half price. Seriously?? Tell me how it feels to be grape-raped. — 4 years ago
Favorite from fainting goat — 8 months ago
Excellent all the way around...aroma, tannins, earthy but not heavy. Notes of tobacco and cherry. Excellent with aged cheddar and goat cheese. — 2 years ago
Limes, minerals, butterscotch, goat cheese, some oak in the distance. Despite its age (10 yrs) this thing still has rocking acidity. Citrus fruit, minerals and a touch of oak and ML.
So good. I wish I had more. — a month ago
My kinda sauv. Pair with goat cheese. — 2 years ago
Maybe the best of the Pasqua family. Ripasso does not make it light. Went down well with a variety of goat cheeses. — 2 years ago
Clear, light lemon yellow
Clean, medium intense notes of white floral, stones, clay, lemon, beeswax. Soft and pretty nose.
Dry, medium acid body and alcohol (13.2% ABV). Flavors of lemon, mild apricot, mineral. Finish is a medium+
Very good, and would love to revisit this vintage in the future. Brie & apricot pizza.
Would be interested to see a Roussanne+Marsanne collaboration with Donkey & Goat (Skin Fermented Marsanne)
NOTES: “Most of the wine was fermented and aged in a clay Amphorae with the remainder in barrel.” — 4 years ago