Paul Sherman Chile class. Dark fruits, green pepper / jalapeño, green leaves and stems, mint, violet, vanilla. Medium to full bodied. — 2 months ago
My first wine from Niepoort/Perez from Bierzo , Godello at it’s best nose has a multi attitude to enjoy, taste is seduction of layers , finish a fresh experience of floor (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) this is elegant not like the rape on your tastebuds from Jura🇪🇸🥁 — 3 months ago
Great inexpensive bottle of wine! — 2 months ago
Raul Perez, Mencia wizard and human garden gnome, makes some of the most innovative and highly allocated wines from anywhere. I don’t often drink stuff this good. Sometimes you need to be reminded that average and good wines are made for relaxation and enjoyment and that extraordinary wines are art.
La penitencia could be the best thing I’ve ever opened at home. It’s elegant and bootlegged. The front label probably designed in an Internet cafe, the back label looks like it was cut and glued by a five year old. These things make it lovable because it’s so bad and it’s so good.
Pours a browned purple motor oil. The aromas fly. Perfumes of red and blue colored berries, clove, spice, leather. Like a brand new catchers mitt that needs some oil and some love. Feels of plush berry fruit and flavors of prunes and macerated strawberries and boxed raisins that seem to hang around for about as many years as I waited to open this thing. — 2 months ago
Blueberry vanilla cake with candied lemon peel and mint. Raspberry jam. Lovely. :d — a month ago