Vintage 2011 | I love Sagrantino that plays hard to get | This wine has a gloomy brown colour. A smell if you stand in a leather bags shop, and a earthiness that is comparable with aged Saint Estephe. Stubborn. Though smooth taste on next day, many layers. My type of wine, utterly lovely. Organic wine par excellence! | Paired with T bone steak and ratatouille. — 7 days ago
Great. Minimums 2016 — 2 years ago
Perfect! Lightly fruity but rich . Pairs well with food . Had 2017 — 4 months ago
Refreshing little Pet Nat — 2 years ago
Phenomenally silky, slightly creamy, like the Omero Pinot Gris from Oregon. 6+ months skin maceration does the trick. — 4 years ago
Third time drinking this vintage. It's ready now. Dope wine. — 4 years ago
Craft Wine Co, Origin Rosé — 7 months ago
On the Lawn at Tanglewood this evening with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Our guest conductor, and violin soloist, Leonidas Kavakos is leading an BEETHOVEN (Violin Concerto in D, Opus 61) and then concluding with DVOŘÁK (Symphony No. 7 in D minor, Opus 70). It is a rare treat to have a combination conductor/soloist leading the Orchestra, only the second time I can recall in about 12 years of attendance. The other instance was with Anne-Sophie Mutter, also a violinist, a few years ago now.
Nose has cut yellow apple, bag full of lemons, light vanilla, light oak and limestone paste.
Palate has cold butter, sugared lemon, lemon pith, quince, yellow cherry and creamy oak lingers on the medium-long finish.
Quite Chablis-like, except the touch of wood notes are a little heavier, but the caveat, this wine is very young, likely drinking great 2021-23.
24 Hour Update: Oak has subsided, just a great bottle today. — 2 years ago