Great peach wine. Not really a fruit wine fan. This was good. Lots of fruity peach notes. Good wine for anyone just starting out in wine. This wine reminds me of Riesling without the Riesling traits. — 3 days ago
Peach saison cider, made with “northwest apples and juicy freestone peaches [and] French saison yeast”, 5.6% alc/vol. Not much of a head on pour, a moderate stream of pinpoint bubbles emerges from the cloudy orange-yellow cider. Apple aroma profile on nose with light yeast notes. Apple flavor profile with some peach flavor on finish. Good mix of malic acid from apples and peach fruit acids on finish. Finish is fizzy, creamy and pleasantly tactile, with slightly tart aftertaste of peaches and slightly bitter saison yeast, which I rather liked. Almost dry. Well made, wonderfully textured with layers of simple flavors; another pleasant winner from Two Towns. — 7 days ago
Lower alcohol content. Good flavors with the combination of blueberry moscato. Thus wine is on a sweeter side of wines It’s refreshing on a hot day. — 3 days ago
Frothy head of bone, with lacy lacing, thick as a garter. Blood orange eternal. Heavy perfumes of musky jasmine, deviled eggs, tarragon and chamomile. A bitter pine-y entry turns evenly sweet, between honey and radicchio flattening to light caramel on dried hempseed. Ever cycling from one side to the next. Amarula, and then cigar stub. Cognac sweet and then candle-grappa and cigarette paper. Feels like you’re chasing your tail, until you forget and are left with a pleasant blend of after dinner courses and cigar coating comfort. — a month ago
OMG... this is a balls-to-the-wall kind of a wine...
Very opulent, lots of alcohol, thick and creamy, confident and convincing clods of coconut oil, vanilla bean, grilled pine apple, peach yoghurt, honey glazed pastry and heartwarming scents of Bourbon.
Yes, this is as obtrusive and cheeky as it sounds. And yet... somehow... it works. RP scores 96/100.... don’t see that. But, when served slightly chilled, I like it a lot!
The label says California chardonnay and that’s partially true. 70% Chardonnay indeed. The remainder of the blend (Viognier, Roussanne, Marsanne, Grenache Blanc and even Muscat) gives this wine its unmistakably Rhône-esque personality. — a day ago
Great/smooth blend.., discovered in Florida recently. — 18 days ago
Had at the Maher's in Florida. Really good. Dry and full bodied. — 17 days ago
I’d been jonesing to try the Martha Stoumen collection for a long time. I’ve read plenty on her background - her training under Occhipinti at Cos and I love her thoughtful articulation of California terroir, natural wine, and Sicilian grapes.
This is fun bright sunshine at a meager 10%. The smell of oysters mid slurp - briny ocean and minerals. Flavors of sour lemon drop.
Attentive and still easy. — a day ago