A cracking beer from Poland! — a month ago
Amber in colour, still and dry. Bruised orchard apples & yeasty aromas dominate, but there’s some exotic fruit & richness in the background. Great citrusy acidity, backed by some apples fruit - this is actually quite vinous in character. V. drinkable and refreshing. — 2 months ago
This is a serious value (12,5€ or 16 USD in retail here in Poland) . Cherry, raisins, almonds very seductive nose. The palate is well balanced. Rather simple with some strong acid backbone, loads of ripe cherry with a sweet layer that bring some roundness to the overall feeling of this palate. Discreet tannins before a fresh finish with fruits. This is really easy going and confirming that I'm really into ripasso and amarone from veneto lately. I have a similar crush with it that I had a year ago with nice crus from Beaujolais — 2 years ago
Cloudy and brick amber in colour.
Co-fermented with raspberries.
Slightly fizzy with enticing sweet raspberries and raspberry syrup.
Bone dry on the palate, with funky, bruised & oxidated apples and a savoury raspberry finish.
Spontaneously fermented and w/o filtration or so2.
Again, highly drinkable and delicious! — 2 months ago
An herbal, floral nose with white flowers and a bitter citrussy thing like yuzu or bergamot orange. That is very peculiar and I like it. It's very subtile and discreet, not in your face at all. The palate is delicate with a first impression on the acid side, but there is more to it, with this citrus thing, a bit of weight on the width with a gentle touch and some roundness, and a fresh and long finish. I like it! It reminds of easy going, simple white German I had which were perfect a bit cooled down on hot summer nights. — 5 months ago
Last bottle of wine before Karolina’s trip to Poland. Watching old polish shows (Idz na calosc, Randka w ciemno), having a really relaxing weekend — 9 months ago
Fresh & citrusy with ripe lime and green grapefruit with green apples underneath.
On the palate fresh, zingy and full of lemon acidity and bone-dry.
Spontaneously fermented from v. old polish apple varieties, nonfiltered and no Sulfides added. This has loads of character and is freakin’ delicious! — 2 months ago
Nicely done. Surprisingly good. Because it's rather cheap. And cheap (about ten dollars) wine from California - in Poland it doesn't sound good. :) It neads a decantation. The nose isn't complicated: some red fruit and a leather. The palate adds notes of an oak and a cocoa. The finish is mild with pleasant spicy notes. — 5 months ago
Yam Yam - White IPA
Strength 4/5 — 8 months ago
Hands down the best Polish wine. — 2 years ago