High end Sauv Blanc. Different to Greywacke Wild or Dog Point Sec 94 - less oaky and less breadth, more linear. Lemon, almost tangerine character. The oak and lees comes through in the mouthfeel, which is soft and supple. Very good wine but not in my mind as good@as its oaked nz companions. — 18 days ago
This is a much better NZ SB than the Nautilus from last night. I would get this one again. One from Palisades Wine. — 2 years ago
Jeff and I had this wine at Nautilus seafood restaurant in Swords, an upscale community outside of Dublin. We enjoyed a beautiful view of the ships in the harbor while dining on some incredible food. This wine has so much going on in it. From overwhelming aromas of cherry, mint, coffee, raspberries and currant. On the palate this wine is full of tart fruit with very balanced tannins. This wine is a full bodied wine with a long lingering finish and it warms the belly, but it is so well rounded that it goes down very easily. Please try this one!!!!!
#cheersfromswords,Ireland — 4 years ago
im Nautilus in Port Soller mit Mary Briggi Uschi und Dirk — 2 months ago
Nuanced nose with damson plums, stewed raspberries, plum crumble. A pinch of baking spice, a whiff of wilted flowers. Very fine actually.
On the palate this has a surprisingly light yet precise structure. There’s finesse and an airy lightness supported by a frame of very fine yet firm tannins and bright juicy acidity. Ripe red fruit and a hint spice towards the long finish.
This is very nice!
100% Mavrodaphne from Kefallonia. — 3 months ago
Musket room NYC. Grassy, acidic, mineral finish. Green Apple — 4 years ago
Citrus nose, buttery and crisp — 4 years ago
Fruity and floral. Mildly carbonated. Middle is melon the turn sour. Finishes like Rubus — 3 months ago
Nautilus Cafe, Freeport NY — 2 years ago
Great Marlborough wine with ripe fruit with a some spice at the end. Around $50 — 4 years ago