Third times a charm! App keeps crashing on me.
thanks @Les Doss for the gift!
Tarragon and pomegranate seed permeate the nose, and give a the impression of a huge punch getting ready to smack you up side the pallete.
Yet, the wine comes on light and full juice blackberry, then starts its filtration through gravel, and root. Valencia orange like acidity and young sapling tannins bring this wine to a very interesting finish. Yum. — 20 days ago
Acid, tannins, spicy, secondary strawberry — 5 months ago
Light, fresh, can gulp this down!! — a month ago
This is dope, great to taste a stylistic departure from the Commando G and other Landi wines. This is structured, more extracted and incorporating some new oak it seems (very well I might add). This 2011 is drinking great. Nose is fragrant with rich tones of raspberry confiture, roasted red plums, powdered sugar, sweet wood, mushroom, asian spices. Palate is beguiling, roasted/cooked fruit character matching followed by cinnamon, pastilles, sweet licorice, amaro spice, coffee, and garrigue. Structured with present yet fine tannin, definitely highlighted by the oak upbringing. — a month ago
Looks ethereal from the glass with its pale hue and its infusion like extraction. Whole cluster character adds significant amplitude to this wine’s aroma, its woodsy, spiced, and reminiscent of crisp red berries and dried flowers. The palate is focused, taut and finely grained. There’s cranberry, black tea, Ceylon, sage, and Brett. Tasted over several hours and after a few it took a plunge, the brett dominating the rest of the wine. LBT had very little brett character. — 23 days ago
Bright red wine with a nice mineraly acidity — 17 days ago
Pop and Pour in Zalto Burgundy, color light, nose berries, underwood, taste almost like Pinot Noir, but this is old Grenache from Spain, aftertaste creamy overwhelming delicious, I love this kind of winemaking🙏 — a month ago
Dry, a little punchy at the end — a month ago