A sort of apricot forward, light frizzy marmalade herb, rosemary, mint bouquet. It’s subtle and almost graceful like a swan’s dance on the surface of water.
Love, love the unapologetic nature of the bubbles and effervescence. It’s the grand entrance to the ballroom. The backless gown that says I’m here because this party would not exist without me, or at least it would not be as great or fun or story-worthy. These are the jeans that are too tight, the pocket square that doesn’t match, the polka dot socks, the nose stud on the guy that’s got the best suit in the house, and just makes the whole damn thing work.
Drink it. Love it. Tell everyone.
Peach soda, light to medium body, umami and the tart sweetness of a ripe mango. Every magnetic sip bursting with pure discovery and, most of all, the thing people forget in high culture, regular old fun. — 3 days ago
Nice nose of white fruit, apples and some honey. The wine shows a nice minerality, freshness and elegance with a good tension, purity of fruit, balance and delicious. Nice value and a good change from Chard. 90-91
Nez de fruits blancs, pomme, un peu de miel. Bouche avec une belle minéralité, fraîcheur et élégance, acidité avec une belle tension appuyée, fruit pur, équilibrée et savoureuse. Bon rapport QP.
— 5 days ago
Beautiful apple cider color.
Straight up mangoes. Pineapples. An effervescence in the nose that cannot be pinpointed. Almost like the spindrift of a cresting wave colored sweet with bee pollen and honey.
Honeyed lavender, citrus peel. This is a Chenin Blanc I’d bring to the beach in the heat, toss a football around, and introduce the bros to a wine that could rival, I hate to say it, a mango white claw. I mean it’s a great picnic wine, too. Or a cheese wine. But convincing bros to drink a Chenin Blanc is a challenge I will accept any day. Now if only I could get to a beach without having to wear a face mask.
It’s a bit on the sweeter side without the bubbles to round it out, but the tropical fruit notes are killer enough to hit the 9s. — a day ago
Trying some “natural”wines and enjoyed this Sauvignon Blanc. Light, with definite honey and citrus notes in the nose. Kept trying to get mineral tones but the honey really comes through strong. Refreshing mid palate and finish to this wine and a lower alcohol content. Worth having again. — 2 days ago
Sun striking the elixir, a rainbow of gold and straw in the glass.
Melon, limestone, and grapefruit rind in the nose.
Subtle, slight carbonation and an ease in drinkability.
Lemon zest, yellow zucchini, grapefruit, and the essence of Mandarin oranges balance for a pleasurable drinking experience. Great with 1000 day aged gouda and cuts the heat of mango habanero cheddar nicely. — 9 days ago
What flat out gorgeous Petnat! A 50/50 blend of Côt (basically Malbec) and Grolleau. It presents itself as a stunning, bright coral color in the glass. On the nose, strawberries; the loveliest of strawberries! On the palate, strawberries and a touch of meringue. Incredible body with a creaminess on the finish that is really compelling. The finish lasts for over a minute. 3300 bottles made. I needed this in my life today. — 19 days ago