Nose is lively, with equal parts fruit and cracked stone. The fruits are bright and ripe and tangy. Also a bit of spice. In the mouth, the zingy and assertive fruit is still there, but it’s in a surprisingly structured package. Bone dry, good acids, even some chalky tannins in the back half of the palate. Atypically for a Saint Amour, it seems like it could improve for another couple of years.
— 13 days ago
Great rose for a garden bbq — a month ago
Deep purple, dark berries, and bone dry — 16 days ago
Pale salmon color with aromas of fruit and floral notes. Fermented bone dry in stainless steel, on the palate flavors of strawberry and cherry, some citrus notes wrapped in vivid acidity. Smooth character, not overpowering, medium finish ending with a floral mineral character. — 3 days ago
Citrus explosion on the nose. Such clarity and depth. The vividness of the citrus is stunning. Blood orange, grapefruit, tangelo, pink grapefruit and more. Awesome mineral depth and so much slate. Palate is bone dry and skeletal with forceful minerality and stunning purity. Delicate and playful. So pure and wispy. Lovely hit of opulence in the mid palate and perfect acid balance. Luscious on the finish and really the acid is not high, nor low, just perfect. Very complex and elegant. The minerality is at once forceful but also playful. There is citrus on the palate and such filigree. Steffensberg is always one of the most mineral wines ever. — a day ago
Bone dry pet nat Prosecco. Super cool, authentic, inviting Prosecco. All natural delights — 18 days ago