First dinner with Duszaks and brought as sister wine. ASB but distinctly different profile although still varietal similarity that's more fruit and acids with a lift on finish. A lighter wine on its feet than Reverdy and also a terrific wine. Also did not pair perfectly but did reasonably well. — 11 days ago
Muscular Sancerre. Full with assertive texture and a grab you by the balls finish. The nose is tropical and somewhat floral but the palate ain’t messin around.
You can sit on this for a bit or pair with rich seafood. — 20 hours ago
First dinner with Duszaks. A terrific Sancerre. Floral lemony minerality notes on nose and savory salty profile on palate with almost oily texture and a long biting finish. Needs time. Ok with Asian food from Jasmine but not great pairing. Impressive wine though! Will need to lay down for years. — 11 days ago
Massive aromatics here, tons going on but falling into place with nearly a decade of age, some green/peppery notes with smokey grapefruit and pit fruit, along with a marine mineral finish. Lush texture but tremendous vibrancy, fascinating interplay between intensity and lightness — 16 days ago
WM says a small estate in Sancerre, this is a crisp, bone dry Sauvignon blanc. Serve lightly chilled. Best with goat cheese or seafood. I think this is terrific. Like biting into a crisp apple. Great price too. — 3 days ago