Salty, citrusy, floral. Round body balanced by moderate acid, lingering saline. Springtime in a glass for a cool summer evening. — 2 months ago
So light and lovely! I’m a fan.
Tasting notes of green apple, honeysuckle, lychee, rose petal.
A California-fresh spin on the unique Gewürztraminer grape, the 2019 vintage has notes of tropical fruit and white flowers.
Kenny Likitprakong, the winemaking partner who created our Brethren of the Road brand, is a wanderlust-driven, self-professed “hobo winemaker” whose stint in France sparked his allegiance to minimalist, non-interventionist methods. This lively Gewürztraminer is no exception. A grape that originally hails from Italy (not Germany, surprisingly), Gewürtz is known for producing a highly aromatic wine with exuberant fruit, floral and spice notes. The grapes for this bottling were sourced from the cool climate of Monterey and fermented in stainless steel to achieve a clean, pure, early-drinking wine. Soft and light on the palate, it’s a dry wine balanced with vibrant minerality and a little spice. — a year ago
Wow, under $20, citrus surprise, but otherwise very gentle and delightful! — 3 years ago
I really liked this. And I am a fan of the obscure charbono grape. Starts out tough and rough but interesting. With a lot of air (I tasted over a few days)... the tough dissipates but all the interesting bits linger. If you imagine what that label taste like... you got it. — 3 months ago
Bursting with bright red fruits and herbs. Long finish and lingering dusty tannins. Yum. Just yum. — a year ago
Blind Tasting Reds 2/13/21, wine 3. Dark red/garnet, vegetal and herby aromas dominate, medium high acid and tannins. — 7 months ago