Delightful wine with a Reuben crescent bake. — 11 days ago
Apricot baking spices — 3 months ago
Black tea, orange peel, bright berries. Tart and dry. — a year ago
Tasty wine. Very nice location. Buy again! — a year ago
Very savory with a hit of acid that went great with the sweet potato/lamb/mushroom/yogurt/quick pickle bowl I made for dinner. Would probably be a little too extra for me without food. Very unique. — a month ago
Active balanced white wine! — 2 months ago
2018 Iapetus Figure 2 Pet-Nat. 100% La Crescent. Ripe nose of apricots, peaches, and strawberries. Fairly textured flavors of the same. Fun wine with dinner — a year ago
Just had to try this delicious wine again. From Liguria on a long crescent-shaped sliver of mountainous coastline ranging from the French border in the west to that of Tuscany in the east. Pale lemon with pronounced aromas of stone and tropical fruits, spending 4 months on its lees. On the palate flavors of apple, melon and citrus zest, crisp with lively vibrant acidity and mineral notes. Medium+ finish ending with a spicy flinty character. Nice! — a month ago
Another super interesting wine by Deirdre Heikin. This blend is 90% Marquette and 10% La Crescent. Two northern american grape variety and the wine shows that non vitis vinifera varieties can make very good wine. The nose is a bit foxy at first, and the taste is then very interesting, good acidity level, slightly sour, notes of herbs and berries but still very round. This profiles definitely reminds me of alpine wines such as Mondeuse or even l’Etraire de la Dui, although these are vitis vinifera.
Sign of a real good wine: this bottle only got better on day 2 and 3...
Great job by pionneer La Garagista! — 5 months ago
Fantastic. — a year ago