Nose has washed lemon peel, cold bread dough, granite chips and fresh cut grass.
Palate has green apple flesh, lemon zest, light nutty notes, granite dust and a faint, savory green herbs note.
Fun stuff, our first time with a sparkling Greco di Tufo. Made Method Champenoise using fruit from the 2009 vintage. Not overly complex but a solid bottle to begin the evening. — 2 days ago
Just peachy 🍑 — 6 days ago
Really interesting Italian white from the share. Really tastes like honeysuckle in smell and nose. Really enjoyable and interesting. Drank this after submitting paper — 4 days ago
Dried apricots steeped in smokey turpentine — a month ago
Dried apricots cider bread, a very thick pet-nat — a month ago
Better this time @ Barano in Brooklyn — 19 days ago
Crisp and bright, mineral and full bodied. — 9 days ago
Tart up front, with a nice, clean finish. Great with hard cheeses! — a month ago
Just concluded our annual Fall seclusion at our cabin in the Rangeley lakes region of Maine, mobile service up there is mostly non-existent, after several days I am posting again. Notes are somewhat brief, as my focus is relaxing and watching the Common Loons swimming and diving in the cove in front of our camp.
Nose has cold honey, delicate white flowers, moist sand, green melon and fresh hay.
Palate has green melon, lime zest, lemon juice (light), dilute honey and green table grapes.
Loving this nose, more expressive than most of my prior Greco do Tufo experiences, but this also has less bottle age than I generally drink this varietal. — 2 months ago