Pop and pour. Lovely nose with sauvage herbs, a soft touch of earthy funk, bright, sweet, wild strawberry, a touch of watermelon. On the palate, fantastic acidity, with a citrus zing, loads of wet stone, bitter herbs, a touch of charcoal, red fruit, and a soft finish. — 18 days ago
I followed the instructions on the bottle & have this a few hours of slow ox. The nose is full of flowers, almond notes & fresh ripe berries. Darker berries on the palate with some higher tones across the finish. Ethereal weight, with ample structure. This is old school wine which ages beautifully and a producer I should drink more often.
— 2 days ago
Light, lots of layers of flavor. Floral and masculine at once. — 4 days ago
Not sure what’s up with these older reviews, perhaps Loreline’s wines or grape sorcery have gotten remarkably better over time but tasting the 2018, it’s so pretty, crunchy, bright and clean. Not your pale, ploussard juice. Dried cranberries, strawberry fruit leather and saddle, concentrated. Dried rose, cherry compote, sassafras. Barbaresco-esque on the nose. Along with the Borde, best ploussard to date. — 21 days ago
No dosage. Pure Chard. Crisp, clean, creamy / candied lemon, pithy, herbal, celery. Lovely, pure bubbles for price point, not trying to be more than it is. — 23 days ago