Wow. Such a cool wine! Delicious. Wish I could find more of this — 3 months ago
The nose is made of lemon zest, pear white flowers, a petrol thing too. I could have mistaken it for a Riesling somehow. When tasting it there is no way to mistake it for Riesling. This is dry Yes, but there is a viscosity too it, a matter, that could be only encountered is a very sweet wines. Some lemony, zesty and pear notes, a good width, that cushiony, viscous mouthfeel that makes it very soft, a good acid drive too, yet not that strong but taking some momentum to power some freshness into the finish. This is good stuff! — a year ago
The last of the Eyrie Muscat, sadly. Super aromatic, peaches, passion fruit, tropical fruits, but dry on the palate and finish with good acidity. — 3 months ago
Perhaps the best sweet American wine I have tasted. Sublime apricot aroma. $24 at Charlottesville Costco. ￼ — 4 months ago
Ok please don’t like this yet. This needs to be fixed. Funky town for sure. I would say Parmesan cheese. Soon more….Really crazy stuff! Well Kombucha, like quite acidic and astringent, buttery, nose, Muskat - orange blossoms. So much fun but obviously you have to be crazy to ask for this and drink it - even the staff at the restaurant hesitated. — a year ago
Poundable — 3 months ago
2021 vintage. Candied orange. Ginger/honey. Sweet but not too. — 3 months ago
Lovely, subtle orange-ish wine. Not too funky. Drank in New Orleans. — 7 months ago
A nice, unconventional Muscat - skin contact, 10% with stems - going in the orange direction.
Exoticly expressive yet without an explosion. A touch of restraint + some hay, herbs, a hint of mushroom.
On the palate this is firm, with some tannin, juicy, zingy acidity and great character. Rich yet fresh. Good precision
A lively & lovely wine. — a year ago