Fossil & Fawn

Fossil & Fawn

Do Nothing Red 2018

Super funky at open but opened up into a light, super enjoyable pour with the Pinot in full voice. It would appeal to anyone who likes to go off the beaten path and is accessible enough not to make that a hard sell. — 2 months ago

Fossil & Fawn

Oregon Rosé Blend

Stupid how good this is. What I’ve always wanted out of a rose. A little bit of skin contact so there’s structure, and not all sweetness. — 4 months ago

Envinate

Palo Blanco Valle de la Orotava Listan Blanco 2016

Wow. In love. If the wade boggs of white burgundy played tom hanks castaway wilson whose mainland profession exposed fossil records. — 6 months ago

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Alex Spoto

Alex Spoto

Freaking lizz blizz pina colada straight from the fridge

Fossil & Fawn

Oregon Pinot Gris 2018

PD
9.0

Blood orange. Sandstone. — a month ago

Billecart-Salmon

Brut Rosé Champagne Blend

David T
9.3

Feet up and game on In the lounge. Time to kick it off with some BSR. Ahhhh!

Showing some leaner & more restrained fruits of; strawberries, watermelon near the rind, cherries, orange citrus-blood orange, tangerine, pink grapefruit with a splash of sugar and black cherries. Still showing their signature, soft, powdery, chalkiness with an edge of a razor. Seashell fossil, sea spray-saline, baguette crust, pink roses and florals. The acidy is always crisp and dead on for my palate. The long, rich, well balanced, polished finish persists nicely.

Photos of; one of their Grand Cru vineyards at sunset, two shots inside the House of Billecart and their beautifully manicured grounds.
— 2 months ago

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Fossil & Fawn

Silvershot Vineyard Pinot Noir 2017

Butter popcorn. Floral. — 5 months ago

Alaskan Brewing Co.

Pilot Series Smash Galaxy Double IPA

Pale, golden, chunk-chummed fluid topped with white merengue that shows no sign of losing its structure. Prehistorically amorphous beasts are left in it’s eventual wake. Ripe pear and peach purées with Meyer lemon oils, light tropical notes of fresh pineapple and banana bread as well as grapefruit nuances to the nose. Warm climate chardonnay vanilla sweetness and dried pineapple entry lend this a further tropical touch, but a baked apple and a Bosc-skinned taste and texture make it arboreal in some strange way. This is an ossified fossil, and definitely caveman fare. Lemon-lime candies and tangerines complete the curve that ultimately returns to beer beer beer. At 8.5 abv, it brings the cudgel down and drags you on home. — 3 months ago

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Fossil & Fawn

Oregon White Blend

50% reisling / rest is carbonic of savagin rose, gewurtztramuner, friulano, melon and kerner

Dry finish, great mouth feel, lots if minerality and wet stone and nice citrus.. really good
— 6 months ago