d!gg!ng @biglittlewines c-3 pinot Leelanau Peninsula Sparkling #Wine: 50% #PintoGris 30% #PinotNoir 20% #PinotBlanc
aroma has hints of sourdough and candied ginger ~ flavors of various sweet and tart red and green apples, star fruit, nectarine, black cherry ~ finishes dry — 10 months ago
A fairly interesting Juxtapositioning of the C-D-P, and the Menorah, burning the Third night lights.
A touch of that classic decomposing stink, amd wild berry.
3 hours open, the fruit is dark, and mingled with tabac, anise, black, oil cured olives. Tannin and acid walk hand in hand splendidly, one, never overspeaking the other.
Young and full of years to come. — a year ago
April 2, 2021. Goodbye Tucson w/ J2, Jack D, C. Great left bank Bordeaux for the price. Serious black fruit, nicely integrated tannins. Feast purchase. Drink now. — 13 days ago
On one of those “oh, shit it’s Mother’s Day” kind of days when you want to open something truely quaffable, after the perfunctory bottle of Moët, this is under appreciated. Best left for when you need to: a) impress on your first date with a supermodel b) convince Johnson that you are the man for the big Clarkson account c) apologise for forgetting your significant others birthday, or d) take a sling at Bourgeois ￼depression
Fantastic drop, but probably better cellared for a while longer. — a year ago
Rly good had day of D&C which was fun picked me right up — 6 months ago
D E L I C I O U S — 6 months ago
A nose of vanilla and plum.
Cassis and tabaco, prune, preserves, licorice. Roasted fruits over cedar staves. This wine is a very solid C-D-P, with elegance and finesse, and just a touch of heat.
Such great wines. Lucky to find this one at a sub 30$ price point. Yum! — a year ago