Very good - strong. — 5 months ago
Smooth, juicy. Floral and lemons. Wine club. Would purchase again. — 7 months ago
My homemade warm, Bourbon Pecan Pie with Marianne’s Old Tyme Vanilla...our favorite ice cream maker & second favorite ice cream from them.
Pie made with Redwood Empire “Pipe Dream” Bourbon.
Tawny Port would have been sweet over sweet over sweet...way too much & over powering. The Matthiasson Sweet Vermouth is the perfect pair. It captures the pie with a gentle hug without overwhelming it like Tawny would do.
As I was making my pie, I realized there are very valid heath reasons for only making this once a year. But, wow is it amazing!!!
Our group will likely never go out for another formal dinner if the choice is ours, it just wouldn’t be as good on multiple levels.
The Matthiasson Vermouth starts like summer sun tea with a touch of sugar, subtle brown sugar/molasses background, hints of toffee, butterscotch, marmalade fruit, dry stone fruit, dry pineapple, orange citrus, salted nuts, chalky soils, grainy volcanics, warm toast, slight honeycomb notes, vanilla with dry floral bed. The acidity is insane. The long finish is; unique, extremely well balanced, lush, elegant with persistent length. On the back end, you perceive the most subtle quality of Vermouth.
Brilliant beverage creation! — 2 years ago
wine club - would purchase again — 5 months ago
Very delightful sparkling rosé. Lovely and light with hints of strawberries and vanilla. — 2 years ago
Excellent easy drinking wine, looks light but is actually 13.5 degrees. Cherries, a bit astringent, pale. With schrimp diabolo and reblouchon potatoes an excellent wine to cut through the spices/heath and through the butter. Would be excellent with a plate of charcuterie for lunch. — 6 months ago
Wine club - very good, deep berry flavor. Short finish but flavorful — a year ago
The new global warming home for Champagne-like sparkling wine. Elegant with creamy mousse. Very nice bubbles. — 3 years ago