Found this at machete. We asked for a robust red with a smooth finish and he brought out two choices. Both were good this was the best: — 2 days ago
Citrus-y goodness: Gracie’s recommendation from Germany trip — a month ago
Dry minerality with apricots on the nose — as perfect a summer pet nat as you can find. — 6 days ago
Opened by mistake, thought it was one of two ice wines but it's the only TBA, from wgbh set of three. Unbelievable dark amber color with a viscous sheen that sets it apart from any look alikes. Layers of tropical fruits and floral notes peel off insistently but graciously, happy to just keep sniffing all night. On the palate first a burst of sweet acids if there is such a thing and then a lively dancing texture and slowly fading finish. Older Fred Astaire showing off his effortless elegance and style. Remarkably stayed the same over several days and even alin half small bottle over two days. Really too bad this is it and no sharing. — 7 days ago
Ocean salt, orchard fruit, honeycomb white roses — 7 days ago
Blend of Müller Thurgau, Auxerrois, Pinot Gris. Pale yellow. Stone fruit and minerality. Great balance between acidity and fruityness. Slight natural bubble.
Great with asparagus. — a month ago
Wow. Doesn’t have that annoying mulleryness I don’t like.
Nose is elegant. Peach pit. Terrific.
Palate is juicy. Mineral. Moderate but lovely fruit. Really good.
5 days in still good. Elegant fruit. Mineral. Juicy. So balanced. Wow. What an incredibly well made bottle of wine.
Bought from fass selections. — 2 months ago