Arc Wines

Wild Arc Farm

ROSATO CAN 2022

2022. Tart and funky berry flavors with a little fizz that recedes quickly. I ended up having it with some leftover chicken tikka and loved the pairing. — 2 months ago

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Vadiaperti

Torama Coda di Volpe 2017

Wow, lots to like here! Complex flavor arc. Honeyed mineral aroma, baked apple, citrus peel, saline and herbal on a very long finish. Really layered. Full, dark yellow, bordering on orange wine, dry throughout, and a touch bitter. Probably some skin contact, but not sure. Perfect for coming Fall dishes, so I’ll save my other bottles.

Follow up: it degrades significantly on day 2, even after pumping the air out.
— 5 months ago

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Alain Verset

Cornas Syrah 2014

Cornas & cassoulet.
Oh god this is good. A middle eastern / North African bizarre of spice: anise, fennel seed, sumac, black pepper, cinnamon, black plum, maybe some cinnamon, sweet tobacco, smoke, thyme, fennel, thyme, black olive, oregano, black plum, cocoa finish.
Silky Burgundian texture. A lovely arc and finish that continues for minutes.
Everything I love about Syrah. Bottle this as a perfume and I’m buying it.
— a year ago

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Joshua Fisher

Joshua Fisher Influencer Badge

Do you find these wines at the Price chopper or the local Piggly wiggly? How do you get such lovely selections ?
Adriana Fabbro

Adriana Fabbro

@Joshua Fisher got this gem at a Flatiron SF private cellar sale. They happen once or twice a year. Gotta act fast when those emails come out.

Château Cantemerle

Haut-Médoc Red Bordeaux Blend 2010

Elevated by the vintage. Over its arc, either lacked complexity or was defined by singular characteristics. Still, great showing. — 4 months ago

Paul K
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Paul K

Paul K

Didn’t have the complexity of the ‘15 or ‘16. Perfect for pairing with meat and cheese tray tonight. Good balance. M- acidity. 91-92
9.2

Wild Arc Farm

Piquette Traminette 2021

We got the red but oh well this is the brand/wine. What can I say but this kombucha is quite good. The is one of the best kombuchas i’ve had. This kombucha in fact disguises itself as wine variant piquette but it certainly is not fooling me. — 8 months ago

The Royal Tokaji Wine Company

Szent Tamás Tokaji Furmint 2018

Honeysuckle and mint. Then just flat out zingy on the palate, really tart and long. Not an acid bomb, but definitely some fireworks. Lovely juxtaposition of elements, really satisfying arc. — a year ago

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Grosjean Frères

Torrette Petit Rouge Blend 2013

Probably past it's aging arc but only just slightly. Crunch red fruit that is musky and starting to be dried red fruits, moderate spices accent the wine. — a year ago

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Wild Arc Farm

Piquette Skin Contact White Blend 2021

2021. Very tasty, fruity, funky Piquette.
Happy Friday!
— 4 months ago

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Wild Arc Farm

MV Marquette

Al Val
9.7

Crushable and tangy, light and flinty — 5 months ago

Domaine Isabel Ferrando

Colombis Châteauneuf-du-Pape Red Rhone Blend 2020

Popped and poured; enjoyed over a couple of hours. The 2020 Chateauneuf-du-Pape “Colombis” pours a slightly brighter and more translucent ruby relative to Isabel's standard CdP. The nose is more perfumed and ever so pretty with primarily (though beautifully ripened) red fruit, carnations, and licorice. Confirmed on the palate with a “Dear God that is Grenache” sort of impression. A bag of Twizzlers. Medium tannin and medium acid. The finish is sexy, in a refined and mature sort of way..a bit like Susan Sarandon in Alfie. Ooof. Colombis is 100% whole cluster Grenache from from a blend of three lieu-dits (Colombis, led Roules and le Cristia); all aged in foudre exclusively. Overall, this retains the trademark elegance found in her other wines but the fleshiness of the Grenache is palpable. This is glossy, slick, impressive texture. Hard to say how this will age since I’ve seemed to struggle to understand the aging arc of 100% Grenache wines. That being said, I think this will drink very well in the near term while the fruit is so fresh. Somewhere around 2028 however, this might quiet quit on everyone…and may take some time to emerge from that to show some secondary characteristics that are redeeming. But shit…this stuff is expensive so I would drink it now while it’s so impressive. — a year ago

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