Smooth Paso Robles red blend at The Bitter End in Wells, Maine — 21 days ago
Ripe strawberry, ripe blueberry, as well as some dried thyme and black pepper on the nose.
Lots of ripe red fruit notes to start but surprisingly balancing acidity mid way through. A touch of tannin astringency with some black tea and dried herb notes finish things out. Alcohol is well hidden.
Ripe but not overdone with good structure. I did not expect this canned wine to be as balanced and drinkable as it is. Well done. — a month ago
Hint of age on nose and palate but other than that, inter grated black fruit. Medium bodied. Tobacco. — 4 days ago
Received from the Wine Club. Absolutely lovely. — a month ago
2018 vintage. @Delectable Wine this is Field Recordings Morro View Albariño. Zesty and mineral-driven with flavors of wet rock, lemon flesh and peel, yellow apple skin, some saltiness, and a little phenolic bitterness. Good example of domestic Albariño. — a month ago
Jolly rancher! — a month ago
Dust, berries, dust - this is what this smells of.
Bright berry juice with big minty herbaceous tarragon. Medium bodied, yet on the lighter side, with very dusty mouth encompassing tannins. Like tannin turns into 1,000,000 little hints of tannin and displace themselves all over.
Negative remarks for wax. No one wants to dull their wine tools with a wax encapsulation. No one wants to put a wine with this flaw on their list, as it’s too finicky to open in service. — a month ago