Raspberry, sorrel, magenta ruby, raspberry, currants, blackberry, acid over tannins but balanced — 8 months ago
Stunningly tasty, heat-free jalapeño. Bottle emptied itself. — a year ago
Gd. Delish. — 3 years ago
Bright, concentrated hazy lemon yellow with flecks of marigold.
Very fragrant, with aromas of elderflower, dried apricot, unripe yellow peach, lychee, honeysuckle, red apple skin, sage, preserved lemon, candied ginger, white grapefruit, and almond skin, which carry through to the mouthwatering palate.
A complex intersection of floral, stone fruit, saline, and savory notes, this is a show-stopping wine and an incredible value at $30 retail. It’s dry and lightly tannic, with tangy acidity and a long and evolving finish.
I had this on its own and it was delightful. I’m certain it would be a fantastic pairing with a whole bunch of different dishes and cuisines, but I kind of feel like it deserves to be savored alone as the star of the show. — 5 months ago
50% cab, 25% roesler, 25% zweigelt from Austria. Extended maceration and whole cluster spontaneous fermentation in amphoras. NV. 12.5%. Screams hipster wine but doesn’t taste like fruit roll ups. Really nice bright cherry and blackberry, rocks, earth. Lovely wine for smoked chicken thighs. — 8 months ago
Really comes alive with food. — 3 years ago
Not your ordinary Gruner. I think it low in sulphites, unfiltered and has a rustic character. A bit oily in texture and with dominant aromas of hay, yellow stone fruits and dried herbs, you can notice some dill in it as well. For this natural style is very nice and interesting. — 7 months ago
Dry but not bone dry. Vanilla notes. Not acidic, but balanced. Drank at Johannes Palm Springs — 2 years ago