Really wild stuff here: not really an orange wine per se: more Rose’ colored and smelled like a Lambic w/out the sweetness. Had some spritzy effervescence and great juiciness. The nose was all over the place - intriguing & interesting, you’re sitting there trying to figure out what the hell is going on… dry finish begs for another sip. For $10, why not?! — 7 days ago
From first sniff, I could tell this Sauvignon Blanc was different from most I had tried before. There was an undertone of creaminess and an intense ripeness to the wine’s fruit tones. Pear, passionfruit, green apple and hints of mango were accompanied by an undertone of fresh cream.
On the palate, the wine was sensationally balanced. It had a hefty body enough to stand up to Filipino egg rolls (lumpia) and refreshing fruit and acidity that washed over my whole mouth.
Everyone in my family remarked that they enjoyed the wine. So far, this holds the gold standard for New World Sauvignon Blanc for me. — a month ago
Stunning !! Love this wine , so interesting. No sulphur,extract of green tea as the preservative . Apples , mandarin , orange . Long and very good — a month ago
Great summer white. Limestone comes through and the Orangetraube lives up to its name. A winner! — 2 days ago
Very drinkable. Refreshing but with solid tannins. — 9 days ago
Rhubarb and unripe strawberry, some punishing bitterness that tastes like dandelions or citrus rind. Intense and refreshing, more drinkable after a few days in the fridge. — a month ago
Bright, fruity, light sour flavor and minerality, some earthiness. Minimal funk for a natural wine. Gulpable alone or good pairing with food — 15 days ago
Had with dessert at Forage. Excellent. — 20 days ago