Unusual wine. This is a light red wine that tastes like a Pinot Noir, and which should be consumed chilled. It starts like Pinot Noir, is acidic in the mid-palette, and then has an odd finish with flavors I never tasted before in wine. The finish has smoky, beefy flavors that some will not like, especially if the flavors are not expected. Still, the wine is enjoyable, and gets points for originality. — 20 days ago
Cranberry, orange bitters and sweet cherry notes (and a heck of a stink!) make this old-vine, high-altitude volcanic soil red from Tenerife a very interesting experience.
High acidity, moderate tannin, really well poised - a tightrope of a wine that offers sweet cherry one second then searing orange zest another. The acidity carries through the finish exceptionally well, making this a wine of great balance.
Fascinating to try this alongside Wiston Estate’s 2014 Rosé, a completely different wine on paper but one that somehow shares so many characteristics with this. — 10 days ago
Tastes like an old Spanish basement. I love it! — 24 days ago
A darker rosé from Listán negra grape. Bought from Vino....Enjoyed by DMH — 11 days ago
Very nice. Butterish. No taste of alcohol, exotic fruit — 4 days ago
Big, fruity, floral concentrate of Spanish Monestral. Intense extracted prunes, ripe dark berries, a basket of fresh stripped cedar.
Has you thinking about fresh pressed violets, finger staining wild Maine blueberries, and boysenberry pancake syrup. — 2 days ago