Interesting cassis nose to begin. — 9 days ago
Complex white and not for the faint of heart. Slight oxidation, muted floral aromas with subtle notes of almonds, beeswax, vermouth and green olive. This is a vehicle to enhance food. — 23 days ago
Fragile - I don't believe it’s pronounced frah-ghee-lay - has a big, bright nose full of big, bright red fruit. A bit of heat pokes its head through, too, owing to the 15% alcohol content. That cherry-red fruit comes through on the palate as well, with a boatload of acidity to boot. The winery notes say Fragile pairs well with lighter fare and warm, sunny days. I'd have it with pork chops in a heartbeat. — a month ago
Drank 4/14/17. Decent pairing with chicken sausage and lentils.
Big nose of raspberry bramble, cherry, underbrush, and Blackberry liquer. Red fruits on the palate, with herbs, spice, and cherry. Medium to firm tannins on the finish, dominated by red fruit. A touch hot. I beleive WA went like 96 pts on that. Can't quite get there, but a nice wine for the price (roughly $27).
4/22/8/3/4 + 50 = 91 Pts. — 8 days ago
Love it! Natural-style, chillable, beautiful, easy-going, brett-lite cotes de roussillon. Drinks well on its own but could pair with almost anything. High recommendation! — 7 days ago
Bouquet of boysenberry marmalade on toast.
This is one of those wines that has a complete one to one relationship between bouquet and drinking experience.
Intense, lush, full fruit. Berries. Mango. The type of wine that would make an excellent base for a sangria on a warm summer eve. — 10 days ago