Lucky to try the trousseau and ploussard one after the other. Very different wines the the trousseau light on this feet and this one needing a bit of time in a carafe to show a mix of red berries and spice. Tons of funk than needed to blow off as well. — 6 days ago
76% Merlot, 11% Syrah, 8% Blaufrankish, 4% Cab Franc, 1% Teroldego.
My first East Coast red wine. Woot! Fantastic semi-uncomplicated (has some dark twist and turns) fruity and tasty Tuesday night pour. Table wine.
Plum, cherry, rose, hint of soil, vine and leaf (?Franc?) light-medium body, 12% ABV.
Reminds me of some young vine wines from the Escondido-Baja region. Happy to start seeing East Coast wines making their way to the West Coast. This is also my first encounter with Teroldego, which seems to be avoiding my orbit.
Good Job! More please! — 22 days ago
Drinks more like a Cab., depth of body and taste. Barrel aging evident in its depth. Plenty of life left for a 2014 Merlot. Congratulations to a small producer. Keep it up! — 14 days ago
Thanksgiving dinner in BK, first time ever without the full fam. Bought this at a wine shop in Providence about 18 months ago. 5 years of age has really done this wine well. Gave it a couple hours of air, needs decant (lotsa sediment) Nose: Serrano ham & cranberry, waxy cinnamon candies. Palette: herbaceous, savory & meaty with pleasant tartness. Shrubby woody greenness. Nice bright acidity. Not fruity. lil tobacco in there. — 6 days ago
Very good Chardonnay with vanilla notes and well-balanced set of flavors. I started drinking this after a Walter Scott Chardonnay which is a much better but more expensive wine, but this wine is really well-made and a great value. There is some buttery flavor but it is mild, bad the fruit really comes through. — 6 days ago
Thanksgiving 2020 Bubbly! Traditional “Champagne Style” Blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. Aromas of apples, white flowers, brioche and minerals. Apple, pear and chalk flavors with hints of tropical fruits. Beautifully effervescent (lots of bubbles) with a creamy mousse. Mouth Watering acidity. Delicate, crisp and bright. — 6 days ago
Intense, well-knit red fruit / baking spice, leather, some earth / an elegant, balanced, fully-realized pinot noir from the North Fork—definitely the best I’ve discovered so far. — 17 days ago
Very good pink moscato, will definitely buy again — 10 days ago