This pink bubbly offers a ton of froth, which dissipates rather quickly. The nose shows strawberries, cherries and red apples. The palate is fruity and fun, and there is more than enough acidity to make this a refreshing sip or a nice wine to pair with a salad or seafood dish. It’s also great with aperitif munchies or a cheese and salami plate. — 2 days ago
Vanilla, cardamom, on the nose, slightly astringent, big and meaty. Has a little apple hi-chew if you get it around your tongue. — 3 days ago
Mycket kropp och bra fyllighet — 17 days ago
This California red blend from Dave Phinney is always tasty especially when you pair it with rib eye.
Big bold and very fruity. Full bodied with medium minus acidity.
Showing black fruits with lots of chocolate notes.
Nice length on the finish with soft tannins and tangy cherries.
Good right out of the bottle and better with airtime. Might be too sweet for some.
I cellard this Non Vintage for a couple of years, and it is drinking nicer now than before.
15.5% alcohol by volume.
$20. — 20 days ago
Smooth and Silky. Not much on the nose, but entry and finish made up for that. Dinner in NYC with B @ catch steak May have seen #28 Curtis Martin NYJ as well. — 10 days ago
Hints of apple, citrus and a floral note make the nose, while the bubbles are frothy and fairly quick to dissipate. The palate shows more minerality than the DOC bottling, and a more complex flavor profile which features earth, spice and Meyer lemon. The minerals stick around the longest after the sip. I snacked with the wine, and it went well with pretzel bits stuffed with peanut butter, although it went better with some mixed olives. — 3 days ago
This wine is fun in a bottle. The apple aromas on the nose translate directly to apple flavors on the palate. The bubbles are lively and festive, which is about all you can say about bubbles. It’s great as an aperitif, and it was great with some slightly peppery ginger cookies. Enjoy! — 4 days ago
Cherry. Almost like a blend between Amarone and barbaresco — 23 days ago