Good Condrieu with nice citrus fruit and warm comforting fruit flavors and nose. Unremarkable but good. — 2 months ago
Superb. Visited them a month ago, Wonderfully rustic. — a month ago
seeeeeeeeeexy wine, smooth soft tannins, lightly effervescent, tart cherry juice and chocolate — 3 months ago
Simply wonderful!! — 6 months ago
The first edition of Jardin d'Ulysse, based on the 2015 vintage and disgorged in 2021 has aged beautifully in bottle. It’s really picked up intensity and generosity since it was first released. It definitely needs air, in fact, I’d have it open an hour or so in advance. It’s a taut, racy rendition with a stunningly silky texture while simultaneously rich with just the slightest oxidative complexity that’s beginning to build and only adding to its attraction. Its floral, spice and citrus inflicted aromatics are layered between its chalky mineral core and the palate is chiseled, full bodied, satiny and concentrated, with structure built to age. It’s only going to get better. Love these wines 🙌🏻 — 19 days ago
This is the “Jardin de Tru” made of mostly Malbec with Merlot and Syrah. Second time tasting this Valle de Guadalupe blend.
More savory than I recall, reads Syrah. Round, smoky, and Mediterranean (olive?) Kind of brooding.
Incredibly interesting and worth the exploration. Don’t know how it reads so layered and concentrated as it is at only 11.9% abv. Too expensive, but very cool. — a month ago