Enjoyed this, though it does comes off a little harsh, which can perhaps be attributed to its youth. A NAS, but as I understand, the blend is at least as old as the standard 10 year old. It definitely has a pretty similar profile - pepper, brine, peat smoke, and citrus. Would be good to taste them side-by-side given the general consensus that the Storm's essentially the 10 taken up a notch. There's a really "sweet" inner core that pushes through to peaty, somewhat-medicinal finish. Medium length. Really liking this profile (particularly the saline character) so I'm definitely going to be checking out the rest of the range. — 5 months ago
13.8% ABV, 16 months in barrel 57% new oak.
Some clonal material from Mt. Eden which traces back to Domaine de la Romanée-Conti.
Savory red fruits, aging well. Beautiful wine! — 9 days ago
wow! this was amazing! petrol, sea spray, lime skin, sour peach candy, high acid but with balanced fruit. textbook riesling from the new world — 9 days ago
Brilliant straw color.
Light muscat aromas and honey.
Crisp fresh acid driven palate. — 7 days ago