Wtf? This is amazing. Almost marsanne like.. super dark yellow gold that actually becomes lighter with air (Wierd but maybe it’s just my perception because the fruit goes from rich to lean with air as well) with aromas of dried almond, quince, apricot and wet hay. It needs time to open up and while it may be a ‘fat’ for my taste, there is a never ending mineral component to keep it fresh in intriguing. A benchmark wine for sure! Drink now through next decade — 13 days ago
Herbal. Fresh. Special. Great with spicy chicken. — a month ago
Nice deep gold color.
Intense and big aromas like ripped mango or yellow peach. Exotic. A bit pungent. The nose let you think it might lack acidity and freshness but it is not the case, just the opposite once in the mouth. A beautiful surprising balance. Even some slight fizz coming from nowhere. The wine is sligh oxydative.
Yummm ... a true pleasure. — 16 days ago
Ruby slight magenta color, cherry tarragon sorrel chalky meaty smell, taste similar, wet and floral taste with cherry grass chalk finish slight acid tannin end — a month ago
Shockingly good. Smooth, long tannins. Lots of dried fruit, particularly tart cherry. Good acid and good with food. I feel this wine is fairly polarizing though; even if you are a red wine drinker, you’ll either dig this wine or not like it at all. — 13 days ago
In addition to the great old-vine and oxidative elements, we still enjoyed a fairly bracing Santorini assyriko acidity and even volcanic minerallity. Bought at the winery. — a month ago
Nice medium body, sweet finish on the tongue. Notes of blackberry and cherry. — a month ago