Apple Shandy Cider by Birkshire Brewing Co. Apple sweet and easy to drink. A can from a colleague, moving on for a new career. Bittersweet in that sense. Wishing him a good luck in the future! — 2 months ago
Consumed last week with a Berkshire pork chop done on the Traeger grill. Yes, can you believe how well this value Riesling ages! Young and vibrant texturally, light secondary petrol-like flavors on the nose and palate. It’s not so much that a wine is for the cellar, as THIS wine aged well in the home cellar. — 7 months ago
I have to say this was really quite good. Summer outside in the West End. — 3 years ago
Eleven years old and still fresh and alive. Bit of petrol on the nose then petrichor. Bits of citrus and lychee. Started toward sweetness but then went dry for a long finish. Beautiful with grilled Berkshire pork chops. Acid from the wine a perfect foil for the fattiness of the pork. Delicious. — 4 months ago
Support your local restaurants! Beautiful Berkshire pork chop dinner from the Selland restaurant group!
1.5 hour decant( lots of chunky sediment). A splendid dark ruby red color. On the nose: black fruit, floral, black olives, with a hit of pine/menthol. Taste: cedar, black cherry, licorice, with a chocolate metallic finish. A soft wine..tannins mostly resolved...a medium body, medium acidity, with a medium plus finish. — 8 months ago