1 hour decant(decent chunky/fine sediment). A majestic dark purplish magenta color. On the nose: black cherry/plum, nutmeg, oak, smokey earth, cedar. Taste: soft, smooth, juicy wine with blackberry, dark cherry, cedar, earth and a medium plus dry potting soil/cocoa finish. YUM!
Purchased on a recent visit...beautiful indoor/outdoor tasting room featuring their small production wines. If you want to throw down some serious change they offer a terrific multi course food and wine pairing in the underground cellar. — 5 days ago
Sometimes no other wine will do for me than old-style (13% ABV) Bordeaux, and this lovely medium-aged Pauillac absolutely fills the bill, redfruits, structured but not really tannic, great acid balance really lifts the fruit, not a blockbuster, but very fine nonetheless, I could drink a lot of this!! — 20 days ago
2014. Excellent color, robust flavors but over bearing Try to find again. — 3 months ago
This is my third and youngest encounter with this elusive Y, and as always it is tastes like the epitome of hedonism. I had to take a moment alone with the wine just to acknowledge that, those who truly love wine, will know exactly what I’m talking about. The predominant flavours on this wine are orange marmalade, orange peel, and fresh tangerine… All working in unison on the palate, no single element ever outshining another. Creating harmony. — 3 months ago
Truly delicious, fantastic #langhenebbiolo at a great bottle price at one of my favorite restaurants for my mid-week birthday. Soon after opening this Piedmontese red is crooning with rose petal, cherries, touch of tar, spices on the nose. Finely balanced on the palate, robust but stately tannins, earthy notes, excellent with a variety of Indian-Portuguese appetizers. — a month ago
ct aug 2013 — 4 months ago