Gamay Pinot Noir Blend

François Chidaine

Touraine Grolleau Blend Rose

Vintage 2019 | very good effort, unusual combination of grapes. Beautiful balance, nice bitters and good weight. Food rosé. - At restaurant Céline — 13 days ago

Aaron, Severn and 17 others liked this

Chemistry Wines

Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2019

Purple in color with medium intensity and a wide purple rim.

On the nose black currants, raspberries, spices, tobacco, black pepper, light oak, spices and herbs.

Medium plus in body with medium acidity.

Dry on the palate with raspberries, currants, red plums, cherries, light oak, spices, chocolates, dark coffee, light earth and black pepper.

Tangy finish with soft tannins and tangy raspberries.

This is a very tasty Pinot Noir from Oregon. Soft and elegant. Fruit forward and nicely balanced.

Smells more like a Syrah, and tastes like a blend of a California Pinot and burgundy. Interesting stuff.

Good right out of the bottle and good by itself or with food. A nice porch wine, too.

Aged in stainless steel and 15% oak barrels.

13.5% alcohol by volume.

89 points.

$19.
— 10 days ago

Paul, Jonathan and 14 others liked this

Suzor Wines

Infinite Emotions Pinot Noir Gamay 2020

Impressed with this effort from a challenging vintage. V interesting blend — 18 days ago

Jose, Vanessa and 16 others liked this

Domaine Heitz-Lochardet

Connivence Armand Heitz + Alex Foillard Gamay Pinot Noir 2017

Light garnet, plummy undercurrent with raspberry and hints of strawberry, mild tannins in the backs of the cheeks. Very smooth with light, nuanced red fruit flavours and a somewhat briny or clay-ey finish. — 6 days ago

Marie-Thérèse Chappaz

Grain Noir 2013

This is a Bordeaux blend. Tasty and in a good place. Nicely herbal along with cassis fruit. — 13 days ago

Severn, Diane and 11 others liked this

Les Vins Du 7

Bulles de Comptoir #9 Tradition Champagne Pinot Noir Blend

And now for something quite different. A champagne rebel and man of his own time and mind, Charles Dufour is producing some extraordinary wines. And they live up to the hype. A nice mild amber color with lazy, small bubbles. The nose is rather intense with a nice bit of nutmeg up front. Plenty of citrus fruit that never overwhelms but is certainly enveloping. Woodsmoke and wood, red apples, and just a little honey.

As natural as natural wine gets. Organic, hand picked, herbicide free. This most certainly tastes natural, in the best way possible. 60% Pinot Noir, 30% Chardonnay, and an added 10% of Pinot Blanc. From beautiful Côte des Bar terroir and aged for two years on lees. 80% of the wine comes from the 2018 harvest with the remaining 20% coming from a perpetual reserve dating back to 2010. With an extra brut dosage of 3 g/l, there’s rather zippy acidity and innate purity here.

This really is one of those bottles that unique and highly, highly expressive. Very nuanced with outrageous complexity. The palate is fantastic with apples and a bit of cinnamon to boot. Every sip screams natural and terroir driven. Special, special stuff. Unique and gorgeous.
— 6 days ago

Kevin, Severn and 3 others liked this
Trixie

Trixie

Very nicely reviewed!🍾
Willie Carter

Willie Carter

@Severn Goodwin One of a kind stuff
Willie Carter

Willie Carter

@Trixie Thank you, that means so much to me!

Tercero

Kessler Haak Pinot Noir 2020

Foot stomped. Blend of 3 clones. 100% whole cluster. Great Santa Barbara fruit. 13.5% ABV. — 3 days ago

John, Jay and 16 others liked this

Clos du Tue-Boeuf

Rouillon Cheverny Rouge Pinot Noir Blend

Wow, red fruit, a little malic a little wild w more earth and funk on the nose than on the palate. Don’t leave any for day 2 it got really yeasty/VA and I wished I had consumed it in its fresh form after opening! — an hour ago

Louis Pommery

England Brut Chardonnay Blend

We popped this British beauty to help celebrate a friends birthday from afar and boy was it a delight to drink.

We were kindly sent this sample bottle from Pommery to help celebrate their first British sparkling wine! They’re the first Champagne house to produce an English fizz and wow, I was impressed!

In fact I’d drink it over a few of the big brand NV Champagnes. That’s how well it went down! At approximately $89 a pop I definitely would expect that.

The grapes 🍇 are grown in Hampshire, Southern England and it’s made from the classic champagne grapes with the majority being Chardonnay. It’s Pommery in style from English terroir.

In the glass it’s a brilliant morning sunshine hue. The nose is super fresh with yellow orchard fruits and citrus however it also made me think of vanilla honey on crumpets. The palate is smooth and perfectly rounded. My oh my it’s divine.

All opinions are my own. Drink what you enjoy!
— 12 days ago

Aaron, Hermes and 5 others liked this

Walter Scott

Arlyn Vineyard Gamay Noir 2019

Bordering on a tarter Pinot noir. Very good! — 12 days ago

Ellie K
with Ellie
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