Great wine - remind me of Austrian reds from blaufrankish by gut oggau - same tension and density. — 2 months ago
Nice but of funk, med body, v sl effervescence; bit too much RS for my preference — 7 months ago
I let it blow off In the decanter for an hour or so, to get rid of the phosphorus aromas. Great big perfectly ripe blackberries. Some overripe blueberries. Mulberry. Cocoa brownness, orange peel. It gets rich: Tomato, Oil-cured olives, balsamic notes. Nice little bit of funk on the end, not in any way out of balance. One of the most enjoyable, most balanced wines I’ve spent $24 on. — 3 hours ago
Ripe fruit, earthy undertones, tart finish — a month ago
Funky and fun! Really opened up after the first hour next round I would decant — 2 months ago
Dax för anno 2016 och det finns ju verkligen ingenting att klaga på. Bara att stoppa i truten. Upprepa ad infinitum. Winetrade. — a year ago
Vej is not subtle about its affiliation with Orange. This sees a full 90 days of skin contact and reminds me of an equally polarizing wine - Ageno from La Stoppa. I believe they are both made from the same unique grape (unique from Malvasia at that).
If you like orange, if you like juicy hazy IPAs, if you like huge tannin, you’ll love Vej. Beautiful copper gold. Aromas of yeasty peach skin and spiced apricot. Bitter grapefruit and biscuit. — 17 days ago