75% Syrah, 25% Goldmuskateller
2016, North Fork
Utterly lovely, unclichéd sparkling rosé - this isn’t a tossed-off afterthought, it’s refreshing and intriguing. — a month ago
Light red; cherry and cough syrup (not in a bad way) nose, vigorous, full-bodied, earthy, and mouth-filling, with sour cherry notes. Well-integrated. Zingy lingering finish. This is the 2020, expect it to mature from an already good start. — 2 months ago
Best cuvee from Southold I’ve had in a while. Really digging this. GSM blend. Structured with perfect amount of fruit ripeness. Excellent food wine. — 4 months ago
Cloudy AF. Super sour in a way that matched the tartness and gaminess of a yogurt sauce on lamb meatballs. Ocean spray & hi-c juice. — 6 months ago
Sing Sweet Things ... Southold Farm & Cellar 2019 Albariño Texas Hill Country
Fruity slightly skunky nose, -- unexpected flinty, salty complex sour taste. Went really well with my mushroom quiche and also with dinner partner's escarole and beans. The acidity really sliced through these savory dishes. — 2 months ago
Pale orange/rust, cloudy as you’d expect; tangerine on the nose, with chewy mouthfeel and prominent orange zest on the palate. Moderate finish with lingering orange notes. Good cool-weather food wine, more light-footed than any red. We had it with a great local artisanal sourdough veggie pizza. — 5 months ago
Cloudy, medium ruby. Fresh, fruit-driven nose. Good acidity, notes of licorice, leather, and sour cherry. Smooth, lingering finish, more acidity than tannins. What I’m saying is, while drinkable now, it’ll reward more time before uncorking. — 2 months ago
Super earthy, musky, soil, leather. Reminds me of my grandfather. He owned 100+ suits. And even more cologne. Miss him.
The grippy tannins and balance with acidity shines here. Great fruit and slight baking spices as well.
Great overall balance here. Straight kool-aid. Juice.
Love the story and resilience of the producer as well. — 4 months ago