Just concluded our annual Fall seclusion at our cabin in the Rangeley lakes region of Maine, mobile service up there is mostly non-existent, after several days I am posting again. Notes are somewhat brief, as my focus is relaxing and watching the Common Loons swimming and diving in the cove in front of our camp.
Nose has (cold) cut strawberry, coconut husk, under-ripe mango, dried apricot, dried pineapple, fresh pineapple and a neutral wood aspect.
Palate has yellow cherry, pineapple core, mango+papaya smoothie with light oak influence.
Very satisfying bottle, so young still, future bottles can be 2022+ at a minimum. — 4 years ago
Great wine. Nose of ripe apple, wild mint, some ML aromas and gorgeous pear. So pure and refined. Wow such great acidity and sweet, ripe Chardonnay fruit and gorgeously defined minerality and ample opulence in the mid palate. So juicy and energetic and finishes salty. Deceptively long finish. — 6 months ago
@Delectable Wine this is also La Grange
Awesome nose. So so fine. Tree bark, sour cherries, a confectionery hint, mineral, barely ripe raspberries. So good. Palate is deeply fruited yet super bright and all early season cherries and sour cherries. Gorgeous purity. Sappy. Finishes mineral and firm. Ripe tannins and just the perfect hint of rusticity. Long. Honest. — 3 years ago
Deep strawberry aroma with some herb. Calm and gentle. Violet spicy flavor. Rose. @1800, domaine, 210404 — 2 years ago
Aromatic symphony of higher pitched lemon, porous oak, and perfumey white flowers. Deep vanilla bourbon butterscotch and Meyer lemon. Sour and soft. Powerful big stuff. — 2 months ago