A very fruit forward, smokey, smooth pinot. This will be on my rotating list of reds. Very good! — a month ago
Surprised at how well this was drinking and holding up. First experience with this producer's whites — 4 months ago
Nose reminiscent of La Morra; muscular palate more like a Gevrey-Chambertin. A bit hot on the finish. Nice but a bit disjointed and suffers coming up to room temp over time. — a month ago
Christian - "man, I don't know"
Jess - "edible kerosene"
Kyle - "medium, closer to a cab"
Jules - "gasoline lamp"
Frank - "top shelf at Trader Joes"
Allison - "mediocre penis" — 3 months ago
Had to capture the contrast between the cobalt blue sky and the lava lamp neon orange skin fermented wine. Reminiscent of a Jules Verne novel.
Oranges and apricots in the bouquet blend with honey bee pollen aromas.
Sips of this are sun kisses showering down from the skies as rays of refreshing , thirst quenching flavor.
Clementine surf on a spindrift of apricots cresting into a thyme undercurrent.
Despite having a considerable amount of sediment, which I allowed to diffuse into the elixir, I couldn’t detect much of the funky notes they warn you of. Just rounded out sips of pleasure and satisfaction.
Simply, simply love this. — 4 months ago
Ya...Ya..Ya... With a bowl of picholines!
Consistently one of the finest Finos.
— 2 months ago
Allison - "better penis"
Kyle - "smooth and rich"
Christian - "earthy"
Frank - "boldly delicate"
Jules - "strawberries"
Jess - "beer-bong-able" — 3 months ago
Straw-hued. Aromas and flavors of cream, grapefruit, honeysuckle, lemon zest, lychee, melon, passion fruit, peach, pear, and rose petal. Medium body and medium-high acidity. Wonderfully aromatic nose, with a smooth mouthfeel and a balanced finish. Well-made and perfect for all occasions. Made by powerhouse winemaker Jules Taylor to celebrate her friend and colleague Erica Crawford (Kim Crawford and Loveblock). — 4 months ago