Had at Have & Meyer in Brooklyn. Deliciously smooth with a bit of dance on the palate on the finish — 12 days ago
Japanese melon candy, aloe drinks, demerara sugar??? I don’t know, man. — 18 days ago
The 2016 Kongsgaard Chardonnay is a sensational wine that is showing its full-throttle decadence now at the four year mark. Once on the nose this takes on layers of vanilla Creme brûlée and butterscotch woven together with mango and pineapple upside down cake that all meld together in the glass. The palate is silky smooth and wonderfully viscous. Ripe banana and roasted pineapple intermingle with baking spice infused challah bread, and Meyer lemon creme brûlée flavors. Gorgeous to enjoy in its youth, this beautiful Chardonnay will cellar well for more than a decade to come. Drink 2020-2035- 95 — 11 days ago
Bae and I went to Kontakosta Vineyard when we stayed at a beautiful bed and breakfast beach house minutes within walking distance of the place.
We visited three vineyards, and this one tucked away at the very edge of a large lawn leading up to the shoreline had expansive views of the Atlantic. Just a memorable, scenic experience smacking of adventure, tranquility, and wonderful wine.
Had saved this for a year and the vintage is 2018, so it’s right at the recommended two year mark for Sauvignon Blanc.
Soon as I popped open the bottle, the fragrance just wafted into the air — strong Meyer lemons, grapefruit zest, pine resin, and a woodsy appeal.
Lemon peel open up to a flowery sweetness, pine, and a slight buttery mouthfeel.
Reading into it, I’m getting a honey quality that texturizes and coats every sip.
Cannot wait to go back to make new memories and pick up the other bottles in their lineup. — 2 months ago
2018 vintage. This is crushable wine. It is so easy to drink.
Bright, shiny cherry red in the glass. On the nose, Rainier Cherries, celery salt, carrot tops and green vegetal.
Get tasting this. Crisp acidity with bright cherries, strawberries and cranberries. It has a juiciness that is refreshing. It’s a steal at $25 CDN $$ — a month ago
Peach, orange sherbet, Meyer lemon. Strong acidity at first, fading as the finish dries out. Maybe my favorite rosé this year. — 19 days ago
Bright acidity greets you and then subtle raspberry and I get lemon at the end (not a sweet Meyer lemon). Perhaps a tart cranberry? — 2 months ago
Pet Nat 🤙🏼 — 2 months ago