Flavor bombs! Candy, tropical, had a cider feel to it. Absolutely loved during a humid Houston evening. Had with tofu tikka. — 12 days ago
Extremely flavorful rose without being heavy. Still a nice light pink. Pronounced strawberry and raspberry notes. A little hay in the background. Very summer-y but stands up well to food and a good option if your meal is diverse. — 8 months ago
So delicious! Intended on drinking it with a solid pasta in red sauce and got carried away with it on its own. Fruity and deep, great acidic and tart aftertaste. — 3 years ago
I admit I’m sometimes a skeptic of clever labels, and seeing as I bought it a terrifically hip natty and natty-adjacent wine store I confess I went into this with a bad attitude but day-ummmm this is a thirst-quenching gulp of Savoie fare.
Lemon-y, light, seashells and daffodils it is springtime in a bottle which is astounding considering the guy skiing down the piste but I need to look up what the French says as I’m so many years past AP French lit I barely know how to say merde this is brilliant. You know what? It has this tickle though. Like it’s teasing at effervescence but it’s such a super-étoile it doesn’t need to sparkle to shine. — a month ago
Living up to its name, this “off-piste” skin-contact amphora-fermented high-altitude Pinot Grigio is so orange it’s rosé. Subtle floral nose (Alma says Jolly Rancher) that bursts like fresh picked fraise du bois on the palate, with enough grip to keep things interesting. — 3 years ago
Dark red color. Smells a bit peppery/tobacco/leather. Delightful fruit, but not overly sweet. Medium thick body — 2 months ago
Pale light yellow. Smells like wonderful yogurt. Light body. Bright acid on the end that really makes it pop! — 5 months ago