This stuff is crazy good. Jean Marc Roulot makes this apricot liquor using apricots from the trees of Jean Louis Chave 🤯 — a month ago
Medium lemon color
Pronounced developing nose of blossom, gooseberry, orange peel, lemon curd, apricot, hint of wet stone and honey. Very complex and beautiful. Dry on the palate with high acidity, medium alcohol and a medium+ body. Pronounced flavors mostly primary and secondary of citrus, apricot, lemon curd and honey. Long finish. Outstanding and likely gets better over time. — 12 days ago
Needs 30 minutes.
Nose is apricot, some elegant richness.
Palate is elegant apricot, a hint of apricot. Elegant richness. Almost some apricot pit. Some spice.
A wine from a random place that is very distinctive and also very well made.
Bought from gm fass selections. — 10 days ago
Pale lem; medium intensity aromas of yellow apple, yellow plum, hard apricot, almonds, cream, custard, vanilla; dry, medium plus acid, medium alcohol, medium body, medium plus intensity flavors consistent with aromas; medium plus finish, quite rich and complex while fresh — 5 days ago
Terrific. In a great almost ideal place now. Nose is apricot, honey, candied lemon, spices, citrus, salt, so so aromatic. Big fruit skin energy as well. Also earthy, confectionary and gamey. Just so so complex. Palate is just pure harmony. Not a hair out of place and long saline finish with apricot skin that lingers. Stunning purity. So pretty. Really lingers. A knockout. — 8 days ago
Apricot peach oak vanilla nice — 11 days ago