OMG such a complex gruner. Notes of butterscotch, a smidge creamy…. — 3 months ago
@Delectable Wine Will you be kind and add Geyer Wine Co Let’s be Friends to the list? Thanks.
Not your everyday encounter, a Montepulciano and Petit Verdot blend from Barossa, Australia. An impressive creation from the very talented Dave Geyer. Wild but not loose, Transparent and naked yet with plenty of density and extract with a fresh vibe and savoriness that acts as a backbone and brings tension across the fresh but relatively soft fruit profile.
Fresh black and blueberries with a red berried raspberry streak with a floral high pitched violet lift, sweet licorice and fresh herbs over a savory foundation of a black pepper and potting soil.
High acidity moderate tannins with round fruity profile, pronounced flavor intensity and expansive mid palate with a fresh lively spine that leads the Wine through a long finale.
— 3 years ago
A new wave, low alcohol Aussie Grenache. Very light-colored and fragrant, it’s got crushed cherry/strawberry fruit, nice sweet spice, a bit of warm sandstone stoniness. Lots of fruit up front in the palate, but transitions quickly to clingy savory/ mineral notes. At 12% alcohol, I was expecting more acid, but the acids are very relaxed. In fact the whole vibe of the wine is relaxed. Not complex or especially deep but very pleasurable. — 5 months ago
Sexy and balanced. Delicious showing. — 6 years ago
Insane with lovely Brett-like sour beer qualities. — 6 years ago
Best orange wine I’ve ever had — a year ago
Geyer wine co Seaside Cabernet Franc 2018
@Delectablewine Delectablewine please add Geyer Wine Co Seaside Cabernet Franc
Aromas of fresh, crunchy fruit with a high concentration. Raspberries, black currants and plums with a modest green herbeceousnes, paprika, herbs that is well integrated and soon swept over by an increasing fruit sweetness as the wines evolves. A foundation of sweet licorice, black pepper and plenty of crushed stones, gives nuance and a savory dimension.
High acidity with medium - tannins with a velvety texture and a slight grip on the upper lip and surrounded by fresh fruit and penetrated by the fresh acidity. Persistent mid palate with a fresh spine and characters of grape fruit, raspberries and currants through a solid finish. Very intriguing.
— 3 years ago
Crazy and mental as the winemaker-a challenge for the masses, but in a group of drinkers its a great talking point. Must be mad good w certain pairings. — 8 years ago