Tasty and restrained Thai paring, dry and shy red fruit — 2 months ago
Nose has ripe black cherry, menthol, few day old chocolate cake, blueberry jam and old cigar box. Initially alcohol makes itself known, but diminishing with air.
Palate has dried blackberries, dehydrated sweet cherry, over-ripe black cherry, dark chocolate covered espresso beans, faint cedar with medium tannins, long finish. A great wine but more air desired as improvements are noted.
Decanted 2H, then double-decant for service; notes at 4H open.
Second bottle of almost a case of old BV GdL from a very trusted local source, no disappointing. Many more bottles to go on this stellar vintage. 😉
A great paring to Ribeye from Allen Bros. topped with truffle butter. — a year ago
Med body, short finish. Cherry notes with some spice. Finished in oak. Very very smooth. No bite. Drank it with pizza. Lovely paring. — 2 years ago
Drank NYE 2022. Deliciously tart. Good paring with lobster. Also works great in a French 75 with grapefruit. — a year ago
Full-bodied Alto Adige Pinot Grigio served at holiday dinner paring Wellesley — 2 years ago
Smooth and delicious. Tried paring with aged gouda although a creamier cheese would be a better fit.
Certainly worth a repeat. Costco for $9.49 — 3 years ago
Some say Aligote is the red headed varietal from Burgundy, rare and exotic, to the daring! And I’m daring, this is my first time trying it. Pale yellow to the eye. The nose is very floral and perfumed plus yellow apple and white peach and fresh green herbs and smoke tertiary scents. The pallet is very clean with green apple, umami and a slightly smoky finish; it is bone dry, light bodied, with bright acidity, no tannings and low alcohol. What can I say? The most interesting white wine I’ve had in twenty twenty one . Oh! And I’m a sucker for red…
Paired with pan seared scallops on a bed of cauliflower purée topped with blacked truffle and wasabi mustard micro greens. The paring? Well, as close as you can get to magical. Also works wonders with smoked oyster flammkuchen. Cheers. — 2 years ago