Ripe peach, crushed strawberry, warm beach sand; Peach peel, dried strawberries, ripe red currant. Zingy and fun, great food pairing wine!
On the Lawn at Tanglewood this afternoon with our first show of the season, a popular artist event with The Mavericks / Nick Lowe / Los Straitjackets. A lot of guitar talent on stage today! — 4 days ago
Nice and crisp! Like the tartness and easy sipping. — 13 days ago
Classic franc barnyard nose leads in to a really balanced and, true to its name, violet-infused wine. Subtle bit of VA brings tension and liveliness. Captures a pleasant 2018 warmth which isn’t typical Anjou but is nonetheless successful. Sweet, fuzzy, ripe berry extract and ripe tannins, a bit thick actually. Hope the sediment drops out more. Really close to something great here.. — a month ago
Very pleasantly reductive and floral on the nose, with a hint of flint, delicate white flowers, lemon rind, butter almond, a touch of oaky vanilla but so well integrated that I might be wrong. Beautifully balanced and round on the palate￼ — 3 days ago
Having it with porter house steak dinner on 6/10/22 — 20 days ago
Nicely structured local red, blend of Merlo, Syrah, Malbec and CS, with some wood aging.
Black berries & mulberries, a fresh flowery note (violets, lavender), dried herbs, a savoury, earthy undertone. Fresh!
On the palate this is balanced with juicy, grippy tannins, good flow, savoury with the fruit adding rather than dominating. Nice mouthfeel, good drinkability, alc held nicely in check (13%).
A proper french food wine! — 12 days ago
Savory yeasty aromas.
On the palate, lemon and wet stones, yeast, barrel and natty spice, and lite RS.
Interesting and tasty! — 25 days ago