Клюква, калина, шкурка красного яблока, красная слива, розовый перец, прелый можжевельник, кожа, тонкая животинка, аккуратный грибной тон, едва заметная летучка. Легкое тело с полупрозрачным, чуть мутноватым цветом, стройной кислотностью и интегрированными танинами. Естественно и легко, красиво развито, с мягкой свежестью во вкусе. Гармонично и в меру комплексно. Почти по-бургундски. — 7 days ago
This is not a pnp. Decanted for about 45 minutes. Initially, unbalanced and harsh tannins but opens up nicely to become an amazing rustic old world wine. The aromas of black fruits and earth are so freaking enticing. The tannins are still smack in your face so this screams meat or cheese.
I do enjoy these rustic, old world wines but I know this is not for everyone. — a month ago
Thank you Jay! This is delicious! — 21 days ago
2009 vintage but still retains a lot of the dark fruit. Spicy and balanced with acidity that keeps its freshness. Nice! — a day ago
Austere the first day so I decided to wait for the next day when the wine showed its real character — a month ago
First of a small tranche of six bottles supplied directly from the importer and my first experience with Musar’s Blanc. Opened an hour before serving...should have been much longer. Light golden color...striking to behold. Wild aromas of marmalade, stone fruits, orange blossom. On the palate it’s much the same with lovely acidity and minerality. This bottle came across remarkably young. The late Serge Hochar once said that his white wines seemed to become more fresh with age. That statement, at the time, seemed absurd to me but what the hell do I know. This bottle seems to prove he was right and that he had and incredible understanding of his wines. I’m in no particular rush to drink my five remaining bottles but one thing is for certain, I will likely decant my next bottle for an extended period, similar to the way I treat their Rouge. World class. — 21 days ago
Beautiful Gamay tempranillo blend being served with Lebanese cuisine. Amazing — 4 days ago