What more is there to really say about the Marc Hebrart range of grower champagnes? Beautiful, beautiful wines and always so much fun. The fun continues here.
A delicate light pink color with a constant stream of fine bubbles. Smells of summer. That memory with the pretty girl on the beach, that’s what you get here. Cranberries and wild strawberries mingle with herbs and chalk. Loads of minerals and a bit of honeysuckle. Toast, cherries, and really pretty orchard fruits.
Balance and precision. That’s exactly what you will find here. 55% Chardonnay and 45% Pinot Noir from Mareuil-Sur-Aÿ with 6.5% of the Pinot vinified as still red wine in neutral oak. Such striking depth and sleekness. Those summer berries dominate the palate but always maintains focus. Subtle herbs and spices with such purity of fruit. Really beautiful. — 3 months ago
Dry rosé, black-owned. Drank with Molly and Joel at magazine beach — a year ago
A girl, her grocery store wine and damn this goes with her small batch tortilla español but that’s another story. Am I the type of girl to chill with PG? Not really but I have this memory when I first moved to LA grabbing of this for a girlfriend who was feeling down. And it was super. This overdelivers for grocery store Pinot Grigio. It is bright and filled with minerals. It sings lemons and maybe some white peach. And over all some orange blossom water. Seriously? I’m into this much more than I want to be. Oh it’s good in a glass too — 2 years ago
Via KJW | Apple girl Allison + leftover pasta — 5 months ago
Good golly Miss Molly!
Stunning example of a burg. Singing with fruit, poise and grace. Earthy notes give way to a clean mouthfeel.
Textured with ripe cherries and blueberries. Built for the long-term.
@Mike R and Rhonda are just too good to us! Thank you, guys 🙏🏾 — 2 years ago
Molly gave this for Christmas — 7 months ago
Very unique earthy finish. — 8 months ago
Where am I? Somewhere in Quarantini. Who are you drinking with? My sweetie & listening to the Mamas & the Papas. All this is a metaphor for Molly Drew’s 2018 Morning Dew Pinot Noir. Lovely. Even before the pandemic. Much better now. Cheers! — a year ago