This is tasty and paired well with the strawberry arugula salads with grilled salmon - this 100% chard with vanilla honey melon and spices - strange thing is this a Paso Robles chard but has hints of being a sauv blanc - update - the 19 is a chard but the 17 is a white Rhône blend but a mystery blend — 6 days ago
As effervescent and twee as the label.
It’s got a bit of zing and a bit of fizz, a lot of old world flavor, and a ton of easy drinker. It goes from zesty on day one to old world rustic French Chardonnay on day two. Would drink again, especially on a hot day on some cool waters. — 10 days ago
Blend of Pignoletto, Trebbiano, SB, and Verdicchio from Monteveglio near Bologna. A dry but fruity orange wine that’s quite delicate and 11% abv. Very old vines, (69-90 yrs) grown wild. Buriana is derived from “Burian”, a Siberian stormy, cold wind. Azienda Gradizzolo is a very small family-run winery known for bringing together regional wines and food - can’t wait to visit ! — 11 days ago
Unique. Direct press Gamay from Romain Chanrion (son of Nicole) rendering a white Gamay wine. The nose leads you to believe this will be crisp & mineral, but there is a delightful richness on the palate. Plenty of bright citrus & acidity for days, but also a fruity pear note which adds some complexity. A great wine to stick in either a Chablis or Chenin Blanc blond tasting as a ringer. Very nice — 10 days ago
70/30 blend of Malavasia Bianca and Albariño from my home state of Arizona. Grapes from Willcox, vinted in Jerome, bottled in Camp Verde. That’s a lot of trucking, folks. Yellow-green, excellent clarity, clean nose. Floral, honeycomb and citrus flavor, almost tart, almost dry, apricot-citrus finish with some skin astringency. 13.2% alc/vol suggests early harvesting. Exceeded my expectations. Present from my brother who had similar feelings about the wine, saying “You’ve got to try this”. Not great, but much better than you’d think — 16 days ago