Crisp Sancerre (Sauvignon Blanc), with some lemon zest and a little grass, served with pizza at Wanby Landing, Kennebunk, ME — 2 months ago
A more patient man would have waited another 10 years. But I am not that man — 2 years ago
Dads patient got him. — 3 years ago
Very tight out of the bottle and even with two hours in the decanter it was a huge wine with lovely tannins and strong acidity - did a great job of cutting through the fat of my steak! Had a very smoky flavor with strong cherry notes. Should age beautifully and I will be patient with my other two bottles. — 3 years ago
This didn't have the crispness that I hope to experience in a Sancerre — 7 months ago
Comparison between 05 and 18. 05 is crushing it. Such a beauty showing that an oak-influenced Sauvignon Blanc-Sémillon blend can be this good, rivals with those best whites in burgundy. If you buy newer vintages, please be patient. Wait till at least 10 years to open it! — 2 years ago
one wants to justify the wine one buys. this is very light and tasty. problem is slow development in terms of beginning (nose) middle (first taste) and end (aftertaste). Just be patient!! — 3 years ago
Mild mild berries upfront with a medium tart dry cranberry finish. From the Loire valley. — 2 years ago
This is a nice and easy drinking sparking wine from Italy.
Medium plus in body with medium plus acidity.
Dry on the palate, tangy and engaging.
Showing citrus, green apples, herbs, earth, yeast and minerals.
Good by itself or with food. Needs 30 minutes to open up properly, so be patient. I've had it before, but never gave it the chance to breathe. Worth the wait.
12% alcohol by volume.
$32. — 2 years ago
Drinking at the Rivah. Not too sharp. Round for a Sauvignon Blanc. Soft finish — 3 years ago