Perfume of black cherry, leathery, dried out plums, fig marmalade, and the deep essence of a fistful of ruby saffron. A menacingly intoxicating bouquet.
So much flavor. Smacks of chewy raspberries, and the tartness of a cherry pie. Balanced with the brightness and liveliness of fruits of the tropics. I’m thinking a tart, unripe mango, the type that grows in India, but that my grandmother planted a decade ago in our backyard in Florida, which now bares hundreds of wonderfully tart green mangoes every year.
A little sweet spice right at the end, and you get a complex dance of flavors. One that makes you think that wine is the manifestation of a miracle growing from the ground. — 2 years ago
Tart and funky, but not overpowering. Well balanced — 2 years ago
Juicy and funky natural wine that is co-fermented. Will buy more! — 2 years ago
This was a fun ride. It presented a bit dank in a great natty-wine way and then started tart on the tongue followed by plum, minerality and a sprinkle of salt. Really enjoyable. — 2 years ago
Awesome. On the Porch with Kelly. Great skin contact. Wine merchant covid. — 2 years ago
Watermelon juice, green strawberries. Gravel. Delicate. Good acid — 2 years ago
Watermelon jolly rancher. Mineral nose. Muy crushable — 2 years ago
Best chard I’ve had. Not too buttery, crisp but with some funk. — 2 years ago
Notes of peach, bright, slightly funky — 2 years ago