Beautiful acidity with green apple and almond skin. — 6 days ago
Dinner with friends tonight, light notes if any.
This bottle is so over the top, and we love it, not even a 1er Cru! Prior notes apply:
Nose is the epitome of pineapple core with buttered popcorn and white flowers sneaking around.
Palate exudes tropical fruits, pineapple, papaya, lychee, light mango...All with low acidity making this so ridiculously enjoyable. — 15 days ago
It is almost unfair to rate this. A welcoming nose of￼ citrus and apples leads to an austere mineral driven palate.
The finish is suffocated by an unyielding youthful structure . It did not feel like this vintage had the robust levels of acidity that the 2008 demonstrated..￼ — 11 days ago
Off vintage but delicious. Cassis and baking spices. Tannins fully resolved. Hint of spice on the finish. Definitely drink now. — 4 days ago
Best Pinot for us also dry! — 25 days ago
Starting off the Thanksgiving week with my in-laws.
Similar to the 2017, but much more expressive on all fronts. Nose has blood orange and fresh cut herbs. Palate is lively; Pinot saignée with red berries, light citrus and good acidity balance.
A pop & pour star, can satisfy a crowd while easily keeping your expenses in check. — 13 days ago
Still developing, all business at this point, nothing flashy but has it together. All of the classical northern Rhône things are there (violets, pepper, smoked meat, herbs et al). A nice way to experience the maestro without shelling out big(ger) bucks for the Hermitage — 9 days ago