Pale lemon in color.
Pretty nose of white flowers, honey, lemons, spices, tropical fruits, red apples, honeysuckle, guava and white pepper.
Medium plus in body with medium plus acidity.
Dry to off dry on the palate with citrus, apples, pears, honeydew, black pepper, bitter herbs, light vegetables and spices.
Spicy finish with light almonds and black pepper.
This is a very tasty Gewürztraminer from Anderson Valley. Elegant and rich. Fruit forward and spicy.
Showing nice complexity with a smooth mouthfeel. Easy drinking and good for parties.
Nicely balanced with enough acidity to balance the sugars, and good by itself as a sipping wine.
Way too easy to drink this, so you better watch out, as the high alcohol will creep up on you really quickly.
I paired it with beautiful view.
14.5% alcohol by volume.
$30. — 4 days ago
People who don’t like this wine are dumb. It’s a very very solid Chianti. Don’t know what else you want. — 8 days ago
Dusty tobacco very drinkable — 13 days ago
First time for me with these guys
Label says Mischiabacche which means "mixing berries"; i assume there would be plenty of varieties, like a field blend
The wine is pleasant, it has pleanty of fruit and it drinks greatly. I am guessing this is an entry level wine which makes it very interesting
Quite long persistence
Producer to explore for sure from a very traditional wine terroir
Wine is made with grapes and nothing else
You make the wine in the vineyard they emphasise on the website — 13 days ago
Smooth, sweet and delicious with dessert or just to enjoy. Intoxicating. — 5 days ago
Nice! Not too strong or bitter — 15 days ago