This is a very good Pinot Noir, but quite expensive for its quality. It is elegant, but quite acidic. There is no question that this is an impressive Pinot Noir, and better than most American versions. Good cherry start, but quite restrained, followed by an overly acidic finish. — 7 days ago
This is a massive wine. Lots of sweet humus and wet earth, rich berry ooze, and sandalwood. Large bodied, with peppery alcoholic heat peaking through, but good acidity nonetheless. It’s 15%, and if it were a degree less, it would’ve been outstanding. As is, it was a fine accompaniment to a rich pasta sauce and braised pork braccioles. — 18 days ago
Carbonic maceration, lightly effervescent. Super exciting Spanish wine. — 25 days ago
Really great chilled and very good 2 days in!! Goes well with sitting at the VMFA and great out of a small to go jam jar. — a month ago
Wow, it sparkles and lingers on the tongue with minerality and acidity. The nose is fruity and delightfully acidic, and the — 21 days ago
A dense violet wine.
Fresh and juicy with subtles layers of complexity after some air. Tasty and long with notes of black cheeries and plum. A soft and easy to drink red wine from Patagonia Argentina. — 21 days ago