Stunning translucent violet color...pic here is not doing the visual justice. Nose is gorgeous—ripe strawberry and game aromas with some creme de cassis, rose petals and pink peppercorns. Palate is a bit of a letdown though still very good; the yeasty finish doesn’t let the full complexity shine through. For me, solid but not a rebuy; natural wine loons will love it — 10 days ago
This might be the best shiraz I've had. — 4 days ago
Mmm love me some mead.
Musky like an orange wine. Honey. Beautiful orange, gold, game of thronesy color. The aesthetics are just spot on. Wildflower.
It’s got that charm and fizz that great, well-balanced sour beers have.
Leads with a strong peach, honey, apricot note that flows into tangerine, and finally a little herbaceous kick of sage to finish.
Extraordinary. As in extra ordinary. — a month ago
Tastes more like Syrah than Pinot, but so delicious. — 2 days ago
Same notes as before, and I still love it. Keep going back to it. So unique.
Had with Valla, mixed wild game and seafood grill. — 16 days ago
Light and easy to drink. Could have this wine with any meal and even as an after dinner drink. — a month ago
I only had a taster of this but I wish I had a whole bottle — a month ago
Delicious. Enjoying with pasta. — 11 days ago
Live Fast, Love Hard, Die Young. Name of an old tune and a pretty little Hill Country pet nat of Touriga Nacional with a swinging stopper cap.
The heady beery foam is in no hurry - sticks around for a minute.
Spiced orange coriander Christmas ale. Peaches and soft pink cantaloupe. — 16 days ago
Surprisingly good. — 11 days ago