One of my favourite — 3 years ago
After two bottles of wine it's time to break out single malt scotch — 8 years ago
Firstly, merry Christmas to all!
Noticing that label variations exist for the Singleton 12, I became curious for why this is the case. Turns out Singleton is a brand (bottler?) that represents multiple distilleries. This is from Glen Ord at the edge of Black Isle peninsula in the Scottish Highlands.
To be frank, I've never been one to bat an eye when approached with Singleton - always seems to be the choice pour at bars in every corner of the world. Anyway, I was pleasantly surprised by this offering - orange, honey, and caramel on the nose. The palate is wood and spice driven with a subtle minerally and gingery finish. I liked it. Smooth and easy to drink. — a year ago
By far the most interesting Pinot Gris I have ever tasted. This wine just showed up last week. Almonds and some malolactic tones on the nose. Dark yellow unfiltered. Real complexity. Slightly bitter Quince. Heirloom apples the ones from the old groves. Surprisingly some Brett. Unique a singleton among wines. I think E & M use grapes from very old vines for this one. Once again a winner from these guys. — 5 years ago
Очень питкий, легкий. — a year ago
Day after Thxg in Latham. Nice golden color, yeasty complex yellow flowers notes on nose. Lively balanced palate and tingling long finish. Yum. Singleton from Ac auc. — 2 years ago
Creme Brulé finish. — 6 years ago