Outstanding. Not shy at 14.8% alc. and 14 months in French Oak but somehow it toes the line of delicacy. Clean, powerful, and long. Fragrant berries, savory spice, and invigorating acidity. Luxury. — 2 days ago
A softer, rounder style with the wood ageing nicely supporting the shy yellow stone fruit. Good, juicy acidity with ripe lemons, a touch of chalky minerality and good length. Paired very nicely with Sole Meunière.
A well made Chablis. — a day ago
Don’t be shy. And a case my way if you like😆 — 2 days ago
Shy nose... lovely med yellow gold in the glass,.. funky, cheesy goodness and plenty of weight. A bit aggressive, but man did it sing with first white truffle risotto of the season. Long, lingering finish... an intellectually intriguing wine that actually worked well with the food. — 13 days ago
Amazing. It has a shy beginning. The nose promises a lot. There is some vanilla sweetness with ripe cherry and raspberry. But then comes the palate where all of it strikes you with some pepper, strong. But the finish is calm. It's really fantastic wine. I love it for its elegance connected with boldness. The wine made for James Bond. :) — 2 days ago