Evocative of place- rich body, golden patina — 2 months ago
whiplash tangerine streak at first.....the tropical/lychee/rosewater thing of course....it leans a little oily, which may be the years on its side speaking, and there’s the faintest bit of something that falls between rubber and mint. a fleeting rose perfume comes back, then some grapefruit rind. then this weird thing that’s like baby aspirin rubbed into wet wood. plucky. — 18 days ago
No complaints here! Fruity aromas, gentle acidity. Wine is bright; taste & color. — 3 months ago
“All my wines tells a story” is quoted by Caroline Frey and the back label, and I do Iove this story from start to finish. Make it a winter staple and pair it with a French classic, such as Sole à la meunière or a Chicken with cream and mushroom sauce.
La Mule Blanche from Paul Jaboulet Aine is an equal blend of Marsanne and Rousanne. It present a Burgundian like expression but a bit riper profile. Ripe primary fruit with grilled lemon, juicy peaches, honey and buttercup that is supported by a foundation of nuts and crushed stones. A lovely texture on the palate with good weight and density that is balanced by a savoury and fresh base note that holds the wine togheter throughout the finish. — 3 months ago
Amazing quality. Very floral, balanced. But a bit new world like — a month ago
Took a while to open up, but worth it trying it the next day. Slight brett (not overwhelming), blue fruits and Beaujolais-esque vibrancy — 2 months ago
Really like this! I was pleasantly surprised on my first sip. I’m not the greatest at describing flavors. To me it has a slight sweetness, it’s a little lighter than some cabs I’ve had, but definitely not leaking in flavor. I love that it’s clean and organic with no added sulfites. — 4 months ago