"this Pinot Noir has a deep black cherry color and intense, floral black fruity aromas. The complex palate possesses classic cherry and blackberry fruits, interlaced with supple tannins in a complex weave of flavors. Richly flavored, yet gracefully structured" — 2 days ago
Great early fall Bordeaux — a month ago
Awesome nose. Finally opening up. Dark cherry and berry fruit and wonderful granite. A sense of deepness and richness as well. Hulking aromas. Super impressive palate with huge juicy black fruits but also top notch finesse and elegance. So complex and mineral with palate staining fruit. So pure. Wow. Big ripe tannins melded with black fruits and so much granite. Finishes with minerals but also a kiss of black cherry and blackberry. Superb balance and refinement while also being a typical big MAV — 2 months ago
Out there. Like, really far. But also so incredibly interesting, in a difficult-to-describe way. Smells like sour cherry kirsch moonshine, thyme and bay leaf, some kind of polish, and intensely floral. Initial VA chills out to intense perfumey florals, forest and wet rock. — a month ago
Ripping good right from the initial pour and held up like a seasoned champ for hours in the decanter — a month ago
Spicy, full bodied Swiss red. Delightful! 2016 vintage — 2 months ago
Just concluded our annual Fall seclusion at our cabin in the Rangeley lakes region of Maine, mobile service up there is mostly non-existent, after several days I am posting again. Notes are somewhat brief, as my focus is relaxing and watching the Common Loons swimming and diving in the cove in front of our camp.
Nose has stuck match, fresh cut yellow apple, cold pineapple, crushed granite, cold mango and dried oak plank.
Palate has semi-dried lemon, baked yellow apple, limestone infused mineral water, lemon pith with a medium-short finish.
Lacking some concentration, but still enjoyable, likely this might have been in peak form 4-5 years ago. — 24 days ago
Treating ourselves to one of the mini moon wines with a nice chicken dish — 2 months ago