Field Recordings

Field Recordings

Pèt Nat

Well done!
Fun fresh and clean.
— 12 days ago

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S.C. Pannell

Field ST McLaren Vale Shiraz

Full fruit. Just delicious — 4 days ago

Neal Family Vineyards

Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2001

WOTD in a double blind tasting!! I always love when a favorite of mine which is also the lowest price bottle beats out a strong field!! Thought this was Bordeaux. Cherries, cedar, earth, and nice depth. Lively for a 2001. — 16 days ago

Brooke Weaver Jakubowski
with Brooke
Ron, Tom and 5 others liked this

Franz Haas

Manna Schweizer Riesling Blend 2018

Alto Adige whites get on base for me. Always aromatically expressive, always with something to say, rarely a whiff. Where the field can sometimes be opulent and overtly aromatic, Haas's Manna is comparatively a restrained elegant.

Opens with specs of gold and green, like grassy unfiltered olive oil. Aromas are there, not shouting. Enhancing, just right. A punch of floral honey, like honeysuckle. And incense of lime, aloe vera, pressed basil, and jasmine tea. Strong flavors too in a medium body. Bitter tea, lychee, peach, and apple. Manna.
— a month ago

Lyle, Severn and 8 others liked this

The Hermit Ram

Skin Fermented Field Blend Red Blend 2021

I think this had 6 or 7 different varietals in the blend, including some I never thought would work together (Cabernet Sauvignon AND Gewurtztraminer?!?!) But the result was a very tasty, juicy red that was light-to-meduum bodied with refreshing acidity and red fruits. A great summer red option. — a month ago

Martha Stoumen

Out to the Meadow Chenin Blanc Blend 2020

I’m not a “natural wine” devotee necessarily, but I am a Martha devotee.

Out to The Meadow is almost always one of my favorites in her line up. Chenin driven, this wine shows the variety’s funkier side on the nose (honeysuckle, wet wool, hay, gray stones). On the palate, it balances sweet (honey, honeysuckle) and sour (incredible tart, barely ripe green apple, white nectarine); fruity, vegetal and just the right amount of bitter (at least for those of us with an bias towards Italian whites) with Vermentino’s unmistakable salty fennel/herbal/grapefruit pith on the finish. Have no idea what “green hungarian” and “chasselas doré” add to the blend, but I trust the master and her modern interpretation of what a century old California field blend would have looked and tasted like.
— 6 days ago

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Paul T- Huntington Beach

Paul T- Huntington Beach

Wet wool? Living by the beach my wool suits get that funk, not sure I want that smell when I open a bottle 🤷🏼‍♂️🫣
Adriana Fabbro

Adriana Fabbro

@Paul T- Huntington Beach Like petrol, it can be good in small doses 🤷🏻‍♀️

McKahn Family Cellars

Saint Helena Syrah 2019

Once again McKahn Family Cellars has produced a fantastic wine. Bouquet delivers a rich field of blooming lavendar. On first sip, the palate is overwhelmed with boysenberry, blackberry, and dark currant. Then comes a crunchy oaky pecan sensation. There’s black pepper and cigar box. Maybe a little vanilla extract in the background. The finish grips your tongue and gives it a little squeeze, reminiscent of fresh pine. It is very very dry and leaves me thirsting for more!!!!!! please visit McKahn Family Cellars and order this amazing wine you will not be disappointed!!!!!!!!!! — 4 days ago

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Hook or Crook Cellars

Reserve Lodi Field Blend

2018 Reserve - Aug 2022 — 3 days ago

Agricolae

Field Blend Finger Lake Riesling Blend 2017

Field Blend of Riesling, Muscat, Ottonel and Gewürztraminer. All sorts of fruits in there with a dry finish. Unusual. — 19 days ago

Castello di Stefanago

Macerato Provincia di Pavia Pinot Grigio 2020

First time for me with these guys
Label says Mischiabacche which means "mixing berries"; i assume there would be plenty of varieties, like a field blend
The wine is pleasant, it has pleanty of fruit and it drinks greatly. I am guessing this is an entry level wine which makes it very interesting
Quite long persistence
Producer to explore for sure from a very traditional wine terroir
Wine is made with grapes and nothing else
You make the wine in the vineyard they emphasise on the website
— 5 days ago

Severn, Daniel P. and 5 others liked this