Nice nose of mild grapefruit. Light to medium body, definite grapefruit & maybe green apple in the mouth. Fairly smooth, only slightly buttery, with a small alcohol bite. Also some minerality/clay.
How to Drink Wine school hosted by Chris Stang & Grant Reynolds with support from Parcelle- on Zoom during the Coronavirus. — 9 days ago
Loved this! Non oaky chard. Super refreshing — 9 hours ago
The third bottle, still as delicious, of this Beaujolais with southern accents. If he was blind he could easily call Saint-Joseph, for example. The crunchiness of the typical gamay fruit is associated here with a rather dense general structure with a material of black fruit and roasted or toasted notes. 2015 is awesome 👍 — 9 days ago
Beautiful earthy aromas and flint, notes of dark fruit, soil, earth and moss. — 23 days ago
Bright ruby with a ripe nose of spiced plum, cherries, anise and sandalwood. The round supple tannins and bright acidity show off the black cherry, cola, bacon and cedar in a feminine fashion. The finish is light and soft with sappy undertones. — 5 days ago
Delightful drop at Draper’s Arms — 17 days ago
And for my 300th delectable post, this delicious 1999 savennieres with homemade butternut squash spaetzle.
So rich and textured, very little oxidation, it’s almost perplexing how it could be so old. Mouthcoating... plenty of honeycomb and some green apple and seashell. Continuing to evolve. Perfect pairing so far. Cheers! — 6 days ago