like a greenhouse in the sunshine with biscuits and tea and honey — 9 months ago
Juicy, herbal-almost-greenhouse / red fruit / tannins rounded out from some bottle age — 3 years ago
Nose of pine and walking into a greenhouse. Palate of cherry and tobacco. Fantastic with spaghetti bolognese — 5 years ago
Nose has lightly grilled lemon, wet limestone, oxidized green apple peel, minor oak char and vanilla creme.
Palate has day-old lemon zest, yellow apple pulp, dried white florals, slight lanolin and dry earth. Mild acidity, just doing wonderful tonight.
Our last bottle of 2016 😢. Paired great with large slabs of Steelhead trout on the grill, toasted orzo with garden herbs and a wonderful salad of microgreens with early lettuces from a local farmer. Our greens likely to be ready in a couple more weeks. 🤤 I really need a full on greenhouse, a cold frame isn't enough! — a year ago
Super fun terroir Greenhouse profile. Added spice, leather, cedar after opening up. LOVELY!!! — 3 years ago
My wine of the night, and not just because it was the last bottle under the stars. Because it is damn fine Grenache made by two couples who have day jobs. I think this naming translates to Greenhouse Girl? A new favorite producer for me. Thank you to #SacredThirstSelections for this one! — 5 years ago
Sick, dramatic nose, wintergreen, herbals you the wazoo, spice, flowers, pink grapefruit, almost a greenhouse effect on the nose, sickness. Some faint Riesling stoniness. Smells like a JR Tolkien scene. Insane inner mouth aromas. So dense, so chewy, so mineral, so dry. Lovely dry extract and purity. But also gentle and so so so mineral. I don’t think there is any fruit. And that’s a good thing. Long, meandering, finish with sick purity, and length. Chewy. So complex. Ethereal. — a year ago
This breaks the scale in a ratio of purity to price. Opens with an early, damp morning in a greenhouse, followed by a bucket full of freshly chopped strawberry and cherry. The rhythm of cured meat, leather, and anise rides a steady beat of bright acidity that finishes on a crescendo of ample structure. A simply brilliant pairing with seafood gumbo. — 4 years ago
Woah, greenhouse! Smelled like a greenhouse. So much going on. Chef asked what we were drinking and sent out a Spanish fried rice with octopus, and something about the cilantro in it made it friskyyyyy. Weird spicy after the rice. (Which was NOT spicy). We had fun with this one. — 5 years ago