Enjoying with my escargot and steak auto poivre at balthazar nyc — 3 years ago
Palest ruby, cherryade and grape juice on the nose, dry, gentle reserved tannins, juicy red fruits with a tickle if gingery spice. No added sulphur. — 4 years ago
GPS stands for gamay blanc (which is actually chardonnay's local name) poulsard savagnin. It's a white made partly with red grapes processed as white ones. The nose is very joyful and soulful: white flowers, white fruits, grape. The palate is a model of balance between the fruits (white fruits, white flowers, grape, lime) and the acid backbone that takes every single other element of the palate on tour. The finish is long , refreshing, fruity. You don't want it to end anyway! — 5 months ago
drink more yellow!
vin jaune always makes me smile.
this wine for me semi jaune with vivid freshness, green apple and nuts galore. ever so long (minutes!) finish... — 3 years ago
35EUR for 375ml at willi's — 4 years ago
À la tienne, @CoolClimate — 4 years ago