Wild cherry raspberry. Minerality. Great group wine. First dinner party. Little effervescent. Jeff dara jay mal. — 21 days ago
Loved it! Good depth, full bodied — 8 months ago
Hailing from Languedoc, this white has a similar profile to that of a Rhoné white blend. No idea of the blend, but the nose presents honey, apricot and dried herbs. The palate suggests that viognier is in the mix. Big notes of lychees and passion fruit are bold and strong, along with the oak, which I consider to be a little too prominent. Acidity is lacking, and this comes across a little too smooth. Still a good effort, just dial back on the oak treatment. — 2 years ago
Wow. This is a special treat. Thank you @Jeff Hennike for sharing with us. I see an Epoch membership in our future as we head to Paso. Massive wine that just keeps blossoming and opening with every second it breathes in the air. Juicy, in your face, and all around epoch. — 3 years ago
Yang Ming w Jeff, Joyce etc. Dark orange. Intensely aromatic. Orange peel. — 25 days ago
Jeff had this with duck breast and halibut — a month ago
In the name of science, a few champagnes/sparkling wines were sampled today in an effort to help a friend for comparative research reasons. Hard way to spend a Monday...
Total surprise and up there for my favorite of the day. I know nothing of this producer, so I’m not sure if my notes are due to it being vintage, but this was like a cross of the Vilmart & the Bollinger. It took the best traits of each and combined them...the ripe and sharp acidity green Apple and pear from the Vilmart with the toasted oak/sweet nougat & ginger from the Bollinger. Wonderful. Thanks @Jeff Meyer — 4 years ago