LOVE. Floral. Crisp. Turkey day 2019. — 9 days ago
Juicy fresh blackberries. Some organic manure thing especially on the nose, but I dont find it off putting. I only wish the finish was a little longer and more structured, but damn this wine is chuggable. — 4 days ago
I love boussey. The wines have that combination of dense but moderate fruit, minerality and acidity. And all of that is a backdrop to nicely delineated secondary flavors. Really so juicy too. Great with food.
The nose here is mineral. But minerals from petrified flowers. Really beautiful.
Palate is spring mountain stream wet rocks downstream of Macintosh and green apples. Ok maybe not exactly Macintosh but I love Macintosh so that’s what I’m going with. It’s my tasting note so buzz off.
Lovely mineral finish. Really lingers. So fresh.
There’s like a hint of meursaulty denseness and a kiss of unct (the single unit of unctuousness). Otherwise I wouldnt even guess meursault even with a. Hint. It’s so fine.
As this opens its richer and denser. Some spice on the finish.
Man I love this producer. I guess I said that already. — 2 days ago
Oaky and elegant. This is a great choice on the Austrian market — 4 days ago
Frenchette cuvee gamay/pineau d. Peppery and a just a little bit of structure. — 21 days ago
St Laurent? Say no more. This varietal always steals my heart but I’ve only had it sparkling once before. Pleasant like a nice summer day, it’s fresh and lively, clean and bright. — 21 days ago
Thanksgiving class. Refreshing wine to pair with dinner. Not too sweet. Crisp. — 13 days ago