The 2014 is excellent. Very true to Forey’s elegant and linear style. Red fruit aromas are very pure and high-toned with a bit of orange peel character on top. Lovely spice and smoky mineral character. Good cut on the entry, slightly thin mid palate but a lingering energy and subtle concentration on the finish. This is not going to grab your senses with weight or power, but delivers impact nonetheless. — 16 days ago
Base 2008 vintage with reserve wines from 2006 and 2007. 50% PN, 45% Chardonnay and 5% PB. Dégorgemet July 2015, 3120 Bottles.
Green apple, lemon, apricot, toast, on the palate, fine bubble, very fruity, apricots, fine acidity, toast, creamy, almonds touch. 93DSP — 5 days ago
A hundy pinot meunier. Yeasty on the palate. Mineral. Long and persistent in a geeky way. Hold and try in 3 years. — 4 days ago
January Wednesday Wine Committees are always a great as the red wines are required to be 11yrs old, making all of the reds 2008 vintage. 1 sparkler, 2 whites, 4 reds and 1 dessert wine were served today, all blind.
This was a very solid gewürztraminer that came across fairly light. Acidity didn’t show until the very end. Light and crisp. Not much lychee notes, but it had that orange blossom, baked apple pie and sweet tropical stone fruit notes that I expect. — 14 days ago