Mushroom, stems, stewed fruit, and turned earth for hours. Bravo Comte Senard — 7 months ago
Fresh and inviting. Cedar and wild strawberry with cassis — 3 years ago
Amazing with fromage cîtreaux. — 5 years ago
So delicious and fragrant — 5 years ago
Star bright yellow gold with chartreuse highlights. Inviting nose of ripe quince and celery. Well-structures, medium-bodies palate yields ripe pomes (quince, pear, yellow apple) and concrete mineral around firm acidity. Great with a wide range of foods, but especially rich seafood, cream sauces, and root vegetables. Drink now through 2025. — 8 months ago
Very powerful, and still somewhat closed up. Flavor of mushrooms. Very good with ham. — 5 years ago
A very interseting wine, made from 100 % pinot buerot, a Burgundian Pinot Grigio clone. I first had this on a trip to Burgundy back in 2012, and have only seen it sold in a couple of places stateside. One of my Wife's favorites. Excellent pairing with Carbonara. Cork is some sort of a synthetic material I have not seen elsewhere (pictured). I've never had a Pinot Grigio with this much age, (or one this good) but this wears it nicely. Golden color resembles an aged chardonnay. From what I understand, this vineyard was grandfathered in, making it one of the only ones in Burgundy to grow a white varietal other than chardonnay or aligote.
Nose of lemon, some green apple, baking spices, and some crushed rock. Creamy mouthfeel, with apple pie, lemon curd, and some nutmeg. Could easily confuse with a chardonnay aged in neutral oak, if not for the high acidity .
2/22/8/5/3 + 50 = 90 pts. — 2 years ago
Spicier, full — 4 years ago