Dried orange peel, peach skin, honey, sage, thyme, mushrooms, intense umami. High acid/high tannin. Drinking at peak right now, but this can make it another 10 years easily. — a month ago
Amazing color. Peach, apricot, iced tea. A little nail polish on the nose too. Got some grip. High acidity. — 14 days ago
Yummy wine. Excellent aroma to it. Its medium bodied and surprisingly yummy for such a young wine. Fruity and delicious cherries and blueberries. The right sweetness. Finish is slightly tanniny. KGC during lockdown — 10 days ago
A lot darker than the younger vintages. Bright aromas with green apple, blossom, blood orange and sour cherries. Pure joy, this falls close to my recollection of the fantastic aromas of both the red and white Serragghia. I have’nt had problems with mousiness in Frank’s wines before, but it is there on the second day. Last bottle should be drunk quicker. — 11 days ago
A blend of white flowers, melon, butter caramel aromas; a great balance of acidity and fruit. — 14 days ago
White wine and pasta carbonara? 🥂 We are pairing this amazing Italian dish with some great Italian wine. A bottle from Vie di Romans, Flor di Uis 2017. It is a blend of 57% Malvasia, 35% Riesling, and 8% Tocai.
It is a medium-plus to full bodied dry white wine. The nose delivers aromas of pears, some lyches, honey, minerality, and tons of floral notes. The palate shows some herbaceous and mineral flavors. You can taste lemon tea, honey, and yellow apples and pears. It is a bottle with a rich finish! Really liked it! — 5 days ago