Moschus und Geranien. Steine.
Langer Abgang. — 7 days ago
Huge Syrah but very well balanced. Blueberry pie with cinnamon ice cream and some forest elements. Very nice! — 5 hours ago
Weak vintage showed true.
1hr+ decant. Dark red color. Restrained nose with mild smoke and oak elements. Wine has medium depth and was just my style. Medium finish. Not as good as other vintages, but very enjoyable. It was just toned down in all facets. — 14 days ago
Best bottle I’ve had yet of this. I think that wee bit of Cabernet provides some cassis and dark cherry fruit that balances the ashy, mineral-savory elements of Rocks District Syrah. On the palate it’s fairly subtle and has a very silky texture, unlike the more tacky feel of a lot of Rocks Syrah (which I like, to be sure). — 16 days ago
Super smooth with soft, supple tannins, sweet ripe berries and autumn baking spices. There is a buttery creaminess to it the compliments all the other elements so well. — 6 days ago
Superb balance of savory, floral and fruity elements, acid and texture! Hitting all those notes. Nose has a hint of petrol and floral character and then the palate is major fruit; yellow raspberries, gooseberry, apple, jasmine, clover honey, hay, custard. Brisk fruit snaps into savory acid and a long finish. And the texture is silky; more weight than many a Mosel Riesling in this price range. So good! — 13 days ago
2010 is this mislabeled ? This is zero star. Does not Taste like that.
This is sick off the bat.
Nose is elegant peach and peach flower. Crazy density. Some aged Riesling. Complex ... but I’m so blown away I can’t focus on detailing every little thing.
Palate is concentrated perfectly ripe peach. Crunchy confectionary elements. Juicy. Crazy fresh. It has the concentration of baked peaches but the freshness and clarity of perfect fresh ones.
Epic levels of almost tart acidity. Wow.
Whatever I bought it was a massive under buy.
Bought from fass selections. — 5 days ago