Fun orange wine, 41/37/9/8/5 blend of Chenin Blanc, Pinot Gris, Albariño, Verdelho and Riesling. Looks like cherry skin-colored Rosé with excellent clarity, but these are all white varietals. Complex smear of flavors with a light tannin finish. Don’t think I’ve had anything like it, though that hint of Riesling is the bow on the package. Experimental and lovely. I admire its structure, almost dry, balanced but tannin-forward without excess, — 12 days ago
Similar notes to 118 weeks ago. A dirty mid Orange/Tangerine in colour - a little cloudy. Aromas of apricot and mouldy orange. Skinnsy apricot flavours with mild acid. A skins contact white wine fermented in clay amphora in the ground. We visited there a few years ago in Sicily. Finishes with a trace of bitterness from the skins. Natural wines - when they get them right they can be quite good but having just done a week of vintage in Coonawarra at Bellwether - you need to take risks with natural wine. — 2 days ago
frankly I was expecting more complexity and strength on the finish. However a good and interesting Verdicchio. I loved the limestone nouances on the nose. Feeling quite oaky even if apparently it didn’t rest on oak neither on skins. I’d have appreciated a way or the other. This isn’t a Natural, neither a conventional wine. — 4 days ago
This is a fun Riesling from Mosel, Germany.
Showing lemons, citrus, light petrol notes, tropical fruits, pineapples, minerals, peaches and white pepper.
Medium bodied with high acidity.
Dry to off dry on the palate and interesting.
A nice and easy drinking Riesling.
Tangy and interesting.
Good by itself as a sipping wine.
10.5% alcohol by volume.
$8. — 6 days ago
Typical skins Grigio colour, bright & pure, balanced tannins, easy drinking — 17 days ago
Great, grape skins, stone fruit, light sweetness — 2 days ago