Top notch rosé, off dry with subtle acid and great texture. — 2 months ago
Little bit of bike tire reduction outta the gate, but it cleans up in a hurry. This is pure Chambolle-Musigny. The best NZ pinot I've had. Focused, perfumed, and just the right kinda musky. Red currant, blood orange, potting soil, and kelp. Wonderfully melted tannin, finesse for days. Has a long life ahead of it. — 5 months ago
Amazing, jammy with spice. — 5 months ago
Okay now this is what I want quality for price also just all over. Well in a Chenin pyramid I’d put it way over the last Savennières I reviewed but think I’ve had better but DAMN I’d Choose it. With a capital C so that’s commitment from a writer. Not the most complex but just pleasant acid, fruit and pebbles without being Fruity Pebbles I think? Haven’t had that in a minute. But even if simple it is balanced. It’s like dating someone someone who isn’t deep but is...sane? Versus the one that tries your wits but fascinates. This wine is not yet my boyfriend but I don’t regret a single date with it. — 8 months ago
Light and easy — 4 months ago
earthy, tasty wine — 7 months ago
The nose shows nice spring & yellow fragrant floral fruits of; lemon, green melon, lime, white peach, grapefruit & pineapple. Honey notes, beeswax, vanillin with beautiful, delicate soft minerality and chalkiness.
The body is full, lush and rich. Fruits are; lemon, green melon, lime, white peach, passion fruit, grapefruit & pineapple. Honey notes, beeswax, vanillin with beautiful, more pronounced delicate soft minerality and chalkiness, a touch of white spice with spring & yellow fragrant florals. The acidity is round and really good. The rich, balanced, well polished finish is delicious. Nice Egyptian white.
Photos of; the night view of Cairo & the Nile River from our balcony (@RyanVento since you asked about the hotel), our visit to Giza; Giza Pyramid, the famous Sphinx and a pano of all three Pyramids in Giza.
@Bella, Four Seasons Cairo. — 4 months ago
Light and relaxing wine to sip! — 5 months ago