It reminded me of my Old Vine #Garnacha from Calatayud. Spicy semi carbonic maceration fresh and juicy. — 11 days ago
Beautiful. Gritty boysenberry but light. Very Grenache — a month ago
Light ruby in color with a wide reddish/brick rim and light intensity.
Fruity nose of raspberries, strawberries, earth, herbs and spices.
Light to medium in body with medium acidity.
Dry on the palate with raspberries, cherries, spices, peppercorn, dark chocolates, earth and light vegetables.
Tangy finish with fine grained tannins and tangy cranberries.
This is an interesting Grenache from Sardinia. Light and easy drinking. A good replacement to Pinot Noir.
A good quality wine. The high alcohol is well integrated.
Fruit forward right out of the bottle, and and gets earthier as it opens up (45 minutes).
A good food wine that I paired with cheeses and crackers.
15% alcohol by volume.
$25. — 2 months ago
Slightly funky, tart fruit taste. Worked great with pasta. — a month ago
Full bodied and fruity but with balanced acidity. No oak or tannins great with spiced lamb chops — a month ago
Best Grenache outside Chateaneuf? I'd say this has a leg up on Comando G stuff as there is a but more depth but silky and fine, suoe long and light as a feather on the palate. Tiny producer...very hard to find. Alcohol is perfectly integrated, at 15.5 you'd never know! — 2 months ago
With Giachetti — 8 days ago
This wine is deep gold with notable haze and visible lees, due to lack of fining / filtration, which gives this wine great texture and weight.
The extended skin contact contributes not only the color and texture, but the aromatic notes of ripe cantaloupe, honeydew, orange peel, grapefruit pith, also dried orange blossom, freshly cut herbs, wet slate, tomato leaf, and salinity.
Vintage 2019. ABV 13%.
Excited for this delish and versatile, food-friendly wine. — 14 days ago
Another bottle three weeks later and still outstanding. — a month ago