Cap De Coste

Le Coste

Ripazzo Lazio Procanico Malvasia

Great orange wine
I guess it might even be hard to reproduce
The must was fermenting for a year, but hadn't finished its work, so to give it a kick the man drops the skins used in the next year wine which had better luck with completing its own process.
It is a wine that has been helped from the future!!!
The result is so surprising and enjoyable
The wine is orange and brilliant
Fruity, mineral and full on on fermentative notes with a marvellous freshness that doesn't leave you alone.
Long...and need a magnum, I am telling you
— 6 days ago

Severn, Daniel P. and 9 others liked this

Le Coste

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Turd Ferguson

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Gobelsburger Cistercien Rosé Blend 2016

2016. The liner of the screw cap was stuck to the bottle and there was a nice POP when I pulled it off, no other fizz in the wine. What was immediately released were big red fruit aromas. This trocken wine had more to offer than fruit, and the crisp acidity and minerals helped it pair great with a smoky wedding kielbasa, white bean, and mustard green ragout. — 7 days ago

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