Really good. Tried this in a class about Lambrusco and it changed my mind about the wine. I thought it would be sweet, if not Too Sweet. Nope. It was delicious. Even my husband liked it and he’s a bit of a snob about these things. — 6 days ago
Chestnut, pear, citrus. Acidity. Dry. Perfect carbonation. Divine. — 9 days ago
Kind of like a rosé pet nat, bubbly balsamic strawberries — 9 days ago
Lemon, grapefruit, and stone. Light and refreshing. — 12 days ago
Bianco Antico sees a ridiculous 180 days on the skins of Malvasia di Candia Aromatica (different from plain Malvasia). It’s a grippy fully hopped juicy East Coast IPA. Copper tone. Bitter citrus and green tea and grapefruit.
Must love orange wine. Must love bitter dry. — 7 days ago
Like this a lot. Great tannic balance, good weight. Drinking nicely. It has a hint of new asphalt on the nose in a good way. — 15 days ago
Nose Raspberry & fired barrel. It’s body, non-dense & its colour has a hue cinnamon in centre of pour redness. Flavour presentation: Front delivers a tight Bing Cherry with larger impression of plum followed by lacing of rose petal & mint. It closes with leathery tannins which introducing a smooth lengthy graphite finish.
Well balanced & good value🍷 — a month ago
Interesting and funky natural wine adorned with the coolest label (stitched fabric) I have seen/touched. The attention to detail carries through from the winemaking process to packaging (quite literally—as a small paper note, describing the process, was hidden under the foil). — 16 days ago
Crushable dry violet to ink cooked must richness lasting — a month ago
Very bubbly! Red fruit, natural — a month ago