Super excited by this Chardonnay. Just bottles in February and it's already a stunner. Beautiful aromas of lemon, curd, spice. Palate is has a wonderful slightly creamy texture and balanced with good acidity and bright lift.
Dangerous with how drinkable it is now. Need a case to hide away for sure. — 8 days ago
Concentrated tart cherry, scone and Graham cracker on the nose. It's dark and rich on the palate. Dark cherry and plum that's not green but still crunchy. Black tea and strong grape tannins. Oak is present but not the show. A little bark. Is there whole cluster?
Finishes with blueberry pancakes.
Plenty of aging potential with huge cellar potential.
Very slightly green, just an earthworm poking it's head out t of the soil small. — 5 days ago
2020/5, I think with grilled lamb. A big bouquet of black olives and meat on opening, with black berries peeking out later. Plenty of acidity too. The fruit is lightening a bit so I’m not sure if this will “hold” per se, but am curious to see what happens with the aromas in my last 2 bottles — 5 days ago
A little Beaux with a little Beau — a month ago
Unless I win the lottery, one of only ways to try fancy wines like this is to choose lesser vintages. Apparently the 2014 wasn’t one of their best years but that didn’t stop this from being a tasty glass at all. Powerful nose of red meat thrown on a wood-burning grill and equally strong portions of black plum and tea on the tongue. Tannins linger for an encore. — 6 days ago
Ruby with pronounced aromas of ripe dark fruits and exotic spices. On the palate ripe cherry and plum with rustic spices and some tea notes. Fine ripe tannins, with slight grippy edge, hints of oak on medium+ finish ending with fruit and slight mineral tones. Nice Hermitage. — 13 days ago