Wild Nature Still Pinot Gris

Psychic wines for quarantined NYE. Apple funky light bubbles in the freezing Los Angeles winter. — 2 years ago


Blush Forest Range Pinot Gris Rosé


Beautiful, slightly funky but with lovely depth — 3 years ago


Wild Nature Adelaide Hills Sparkling Pinot Gris 2017

teetering but delicious — 4 years ago

Justin ChearnoRandolph Moon
with Justin and Randolph
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High Paradise White Blend

Savagnin, Chardonnay, and Garganega. One may think we’re now in France but you’d be wrong. Definitely one of my favorite producers from Adelaide Hills - “Manon” - and a proud moment to see the gems coming out of Australia. No added sulfites, shipped all the way from Australia to Copenhagen and it’s stable and powerful and bursting with character. Medium bodied, good minerality, a welcomed velvety texture with nice acidic balance. Notes of kiwi, pear, orange peel and delicate floral notes. Although I’m an advocate of drinking good wine whenever and wherever you get the chance, I’d have to say this is a food wine. I suggest a simple pesto pasta or any type of seafood, really. Available at Rosforth in Copenhagen. — 2 years ago

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Anna et André Durrmann

Cuvée Nature Alsace Pinot Noir

Tastes like Manon Des Sources through a Snapchat filter 🙌 — 3 years ago

Lulu Doyle
with Lulu
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Château Lilian Ladouys

Saint Estèphe Red Bordeaux Blend 2015

2018 vintage. This estate was bought by Jacky Lorenzetti in 2007 and the investments are paying off (see also the spectacular quality improvement at their Pauillac estate Pédesclaux). While previous vintages featured a majority of Merlot, this 2018 is a blend of 59% Cabernet Sauvignon, 37%. Merlot and 4% Petit Verdot. This might very well be the best vintage to date for Lilian Ladouys in a year where Jacky's daughter Manon joined the business. She is highly devoted to organic farming and the Lorenzetti estates are now officially in conversion to organic. Moreover, Lilian Ladouys was promoted to "Cru Bourgeois Exceptionnel" status in 2020. An estate to watch and the wines are very affordable too at around 20 euros. Classic nose with ripe cassis and cedar wood, intertwined with a fresh minty aroma. In the mouth the fruit is concentrated and layered with amazing freshness and a solid ripe tannin structure that make the alcohol (abv. 14,5%) go unnoticed. Long mineral finish. Highly recommended. Still very young, give it time to open up or decant. Should age beautifully for at least 15 years. — 2 years ago

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Pino Adelaide Hills Pinot Noir

Really blossoms over time. Goes from lingonberry and cherry jam to black pepper and hen of the woods then back to that raspberry brightness. Vg for a no sulfiter — 3 years ago


Juno Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc Blend

Showing some complexity straight away; lingering, delicate, underripe peach acids. Haven’t had anything from these guys for ages, def into it. — 3 years ago

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