Candied pear, aromas of a lakeside cottage, cedar, honey, and rosemary.
Bae loved this one right away and told me I wouldn’t like it (I’m guessing because of the sweetness), but upon first sip, I actually really appreciated this old world style of elements working in harmony with each other.
Sweetness balanced with acidity, slight bubbles, a freshness that doesn’t end with that unctuous note that can sometimes be off putting in wines like this, and a nice effervescence.
Very well rounded, one to one linearity between bouquet and tasting.really enjoyable drinking experience. — a month ago
Soft AF in the best way. Could not be easier to drink. — 17 days ago
My annual bottle of the freak fest. Fermentive nose of lemon slushy, huge minerals and seltzer. Tweed as well. As I said a freak fest. Palate is bitter like an ESB but pure and clean. Lemons, underripe oranges and barely apricot. Love it. Huge minerals and insane freshness. Such a unique wine. — 21 days ago
Color: medium gold with moss streaks
Nose: kumquat, jasmine, bergamot, sage, grapefruit zest, white flowers, minerals
Palate: medium acidity, light body, slight bitterness on exit. Aromas follow the nose with the kumquat really strong, sage and jasmine also prominent. Ever changing. At different times resin, white peach, green apple, and the zest of many citrus fruits also showed up
Muller Thurgau from outer space. Herbs and uncommon citrus fruit zest, fantastic with spicy food. Deep but also uplifting and unusual. — 21 days ago