Startlingly saturated color. Nose jumps out of the glass with crushed boysenberry juice, cassis, turned forest soil, toasty vanilla barrel scents. Bone dry, flavorful, with lip-smacking acids, flavors are just-ripe tangy berries with a hint of an almost Loire Cab Franc-like machine oil note. Tannins, while not prominent, are super-soft. Salivating tanginess in the finish. Distinctive! — 2 days ago
Oak, fruity, citrus. Acidic and minerally. Fresh. Typical factors are standing out. Vanilla note. Lemon, salty. 2019 @1050, Kping -, 210127-220201 — 7 months ago
Limes, minerals, butterscotch, goat cheese, some oak in the distance. Despite its age (10 yrs) this thing still has rocking acidity. Citrus fruit, minerals and a touch of oak and ML.
So good. I wish I had more. — a month ago
A gorgeous light wine ….
After it’s set free & allowed to Breathe ( one / one in a half hours ) & slightly chilled .
A must on our table with a Aglio pasta , crispy parmesan bake & steamed gorgeous seafood …. A great red with seafood & pasta for us …
We love to have it with just some Fresh Figs , goat cheese & cherries / dark chocolate bites on Crisp Melba toast — 7 months ago
Probably too young. Ok but nothing really standing out. — 11 days ago
Exploring the bouquet of the 2020 Blanc de Morgex et de La Salle is like standing beneath a waterfall, taking in all the moist air, wet stone and flora that surrounds you. It’s soft-textured and round, pleasing to the palate with ripe orchard fruits and a subtle savory-saltiness that balances. This varietal Prié Blanc tapers off fresh, leaving a cheek-puckering twang of citrus tension. (Eric Guido, Vinous, June 2022)
— 2 months ago