Very good rosé for a hot day. Light in the mouth but bursts with fruity flavors and notes of rose. It is delicious and very approachable, perfect to drink this year. — 8 days ago
Lemon, lemon peel, orange, pineaple and a tad of chalk : the nose is quite complex! The palate is very well balanced, crisp and clean with a superb acid backbone, nice touches of lemon an pineaple all along, a vivid and dynamic mouthfeel and a long clean and fresh finish with this citrusy tune which is played all along the backbone. That's great! — 10 days ago
Traditionally styled CC. Nose needs some air to develop, then shows equal measure powdered rock dust and snappy cherry, along with a moist gravel note. Tightly-knit in the mouth, with tart intense cherry and dusty, stony minerality. Quite dry but with good concentration and zingy acids. This will be better in 2 years but is really good with chicken saltimbocca tonight! — 17 days ago
Popped too young, but I just wanted to open it, dammit. Classic fairly old-school Zin nose, with brambly blackberry, a bit of American oak, and stony gravel. Fairly tight in the mouth. I love the focused fruit, which is not jammy in the least. It’s very dry (which is almost jarring these days of jammy Zins with residual sugar), and it’s got some youthfully drying tannins. Needs, and will be better in, at least 2-3 years, but enjoyable now. — 11 days ago
Took a little while to open up but after all it is a PS. Still going strong after 17 years. Tannins and fruits still balanced. Impressive￼ — 2 days ago
A brilliant CalItal (yes, I said it) blend of Vermentino, Falanghina, Biancolella and Fiano from one of the kings of CalItal (Unti).
Fragrant (lemon ice, lemon verbena) and oh so refreshing (yellow flowers, fresh white melon). Delivers way more elegance and length than you’d expect from a simple porch wine.
— 13 days ago