1 hour decant (little fine sediment). A triumphant garnet color with a little bricking. Not the most expressive nose for HA, but beautiful notes of red fruit, wet forest floor, plum, smoke, pine, and herbs. Taste: elegant, velvety smooth, rich medium plus body wine with dark plum, spice, espresso, touch of blueberry, cedar and a charcoal caramel medium plus long finish. In its drinking window and don't think a lot more time will be its friend....pop one NOW if you got em!!! — 3 days ago
Overrasket meg! Ikke den vanlige rose ettersmaken, syns denne var god! God sødme og egt ikke skarp/sur! Vil ha igjen!! — 2 months ago
If I could pick only one wine, I would turn to the left bank Bordeaux. Here is an example of why: clean, dry, vibrant, intriguing, mineral, elegant yet very present and a phenomenal lingering finish. This beautiful wine from Saint Julien ha it’s typical softer well rounded tannins, dark red fruit of currant, red berry and perhaps dark pie cherry. Loved it and could stop sipping it. — 15 days ago
Moffig! Trevlig om man vill ha ett lite tyngre vin. — a month ago
Tasted blind. Regal tawny color. Almost opaque. Sweet nose, but less so than the 64 red burg. Notes of cola, red fruit, cut cigar, smoke and some nice soil and spice thing. Rustic and austere in the mouth. Still has some pucker and a little structure but acidity is lighter. Reminds me of a very old Clos de Tart I had once so go with a 45 as my guess. Right vintage, wrong grape/region. Ha. — a month ago
Väldigt gott. Krävdes luftning. Verkligen inte prisvärt. Roligt att ha provat men levde inte upp till förväntning. Fruktigt och fint — 2 months ago
Lovely wine.￼ intense white fruit and melons. Best white wine from Lirac that Dom de la Mordoree ha produced — 2 months ago
🏅 Rating 89/100 (3,9⭐)
Pale yellow with green hue. Looks young. Energetic, clean. Fresh, buttery, sea breeze. High acidity. Creamy ice cream with green grapes. Light bodied with mellow mouthfeel and phenolic finish with citrus zest. Ideal to crunch the thirst on a sunny day.
Vau de Vey 1er Cru is a steep east facing slope with a total area of over 40 ha. Cool micro-climate allows long ripening and classic style of Chablis.
This emerging negociant sources only from organic and biodynamic vineyards. Low interventions winemaking and minimum or zero sulfur regime.
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