Good! Great with food! Dark berries all around, something subtle and mineral in the mid-palate, and a lovely medium finish! — 5 days ago
First taste of Gamay Noir rose. Interesting blend of delicacy and vibrancy showing of strawberries and watermelon with a touch of creaminess even if not exactly complex — 5 months ago
Absolutely outstanding. Elegant aromas, lovely accessible fruit with great length on a medium bodied frame. Could drink this one all night. — 7 months ago
[NOT the rosé]. From Domestique. Drank 6/8/2023. Bright nose with strawberry. Mouthfeel light, even watery, with strawberry and watermelon on the front and center. Opens quickly—and turns into a wine better than usual gamut. Tastes more like Beaune. After an hour, barnyard appears. Better and better. — 6 months ago
Wow. I may second @Lyle Fass , saying these guys are great winemakers.
N. Old red drapes, velvet, cherries, bark, dirt and cherry pits, spice, cinnamon.
P.Incredible mouthfeel, deep w/o being heavy, 7 yrs. hasn’t hurt this. It’s not acidic bright, but nimble. The finish is long and plays in your cheeks. A beautiful red lolly that’s hiding something dark. Beautiful wine.
With chicken stew made from lamb shank leftovers, delish!
@First bottlewines. — 8 months ago
Sourced from the Saint Joseph and Grand Crus subzones of the appellation, which give fine, stony wines, from 80-year old vines. A high-lying sandy parcel gives more complexity, structure, and acidity to the wine. Medium Ruby with red fruit and floral spice aromas. On the palate flavors of red raspberry, cherry, banana and earthy mint. Vivid acidity, fine tannins, medium+ finish, ending with fruit and spice. Very good, bottle age will benefit! — 3 months ago
Delicious deep fruit — 6 months ago