With coq au Riesling. Brought bottle home from the winery, purchased May 2019. Has the zippiness you’d expect from a zero sulfur wine but also the fruitiness and minerality you expect from a good willamette Pinot and not barnyardy. This vineyard is spectacular and this wine is great. Nose: Hawaiian Punch and freesia hint and fresh mint. Palette: black cherry, forest floor. Long finish with mint mentos and green strawberry. — 12 days ago
My favorite Beaujolais estate. Tariffs have fucked me on this one but they will be back. Zero carbonic. Stunningly aromatic nose. Deep cherries, berries, spice and smoke. Floral, ethereal and deep. So layered. Amazingly complex. Smells like elite Burgundy. How is this estate not well known is beyond me. Likely the aspirational pricing. Palate is a dream. So juicy, nimble and complex. In a perfect place. So elegant and pure. Haunting. Volnay like. So fine and refined. Awesome red fruits that explode in the mouth. High class silky tannins and great structure. Very very long. — 14 hours ago
Just so good. Toasty and round but dry and fresh. Base ‘10, disgorged ‘18. Anniversary wine. — 4 days ago
Wow. Stunning. Bright blue fruit, vibrant acid, balanced tannin and oak. I should have saved this. Youthful, will age for a decade or more.
— 12 days ago
Had it several times with hotpot. Strong bold wine, good company. — 10 days ago