This is quite tasty. Starting to show some earth and dry dirt, but still good red fruit coming through. — 15 days ago
A partnership between the winemaker Giovanni C. Sacchet and Antonio M. Zaccheo, offering a line of wines spanning from Tuscan DOCG appellations to varietal specific wines. Ruby with aromas of red berry fruits, smoke & cedar notes. On the palate strawberry and raspberry flavors with oak and earthy notes. Long finish, firm tannins, ending with espresso notes. Nice! — 3 months ago
A superb ale full of character.
Rich, distinctive British malt 🇬🇧 with a diverse blend of hops for vibrancy.
Paying tribute to one of my favourite UK authors - M. C. Beaton 🏴 who passed in December, 2019 by reading one her last novels.
•4.7% ABV• January 22, 2029 📖 — 9 months ago
Nose has decaying leaves, dried black cherry, distant new shower curtain, slight cow pasture, Maraschino cherry, unopened Bandaid and very slight eucalyptus.
Palate has ripe black cherry, dried blackberry, plum skin, cedar sawdust, blueberry seed, slightly drying on the medium finish and mild acidity remaining.
Not what we generally expect from C-M (our favorite village), but doing acceptably for a Sunday night bottle, peaceful.
2 hour decant, very...stinky on cork pull.
(Background photo on my Chromecast ambient scroll is Mathusalem (6L) of 2012 Taittinger Comtes (Only 510 bottles produced!) from our visit in May 2018...🤤🤤🤤) — 7 months ago
M&C Lapierre slayed it in 2017. Lots to like. Good balance of fruit & secondary savory notes. Plenty of depth. Hitting the spot. — 2 months ago