Better than most ….. especially in this $ range — 14 days ago
Almost purple. Rich. Smooth. Almost a dusty kind of dryness. Probably great with the cattiness of meat or pasta. — a month ago
Missing bae today, she’s in Chicago. Work travel is back I guess. Reading a little Calvino, watching a little Westworld and sipping on some Riesling.
Blades of grass, a cool day on a hike, the breeze that passed through a distant waterfall seen from atop the destined viewpoint.
A silk shawl draping the tongue in stone fruit, river water. Peaches and apples and fronds of supple leaves.
A bit of effervescence, a bit of acidity, a bit of petrol. Leads to a balance straddling dry and sweet at once.
Don’t really understand the underrated quality on the reviews, must be something I’m missing 🤷🏽♂️
I’ll go contrarian. — 8 days ago
Nice for an everyday tippleroo, black cherry, tannins, light pepper — 20 days ago
If Kellerberg is aromatic Schutt is definitely pristine minerality
Searing and tingling
In such great shape
This wine can be enjoyed now or in long time too is my guess
From fresh grape to kiwi and persimmon
A bit gingery, lemongrass, marzipan and a river bed of stones.. and freshness that keeps coming back
And so much fun going on
A winter riesling in a way
Extremely long — 9 days ago
40 gamay / 60 cab franc. A little savage / rustic / disjointed. Comes together and much more balanced on day 2. Really nice. Dark, medium body, smooth, a little spice. If I tasted this this blind i might guess Cru Bojo. Does a decent Touraine/Saumur impression too. Nailed it, I’d say — 10 hours ago
Cherry notes very nice — 11 days ago
Paired with leg of lamb roast. Nice combination: buttery full flavor nicely complements the rich juicy tender lamb meat. — 25 days ago