85% Mondeuse, 15% Persan. 11% ABV. 24mg/l sulfur. Matchstick / toasted nut, slight spritz and funk at opening. Lovely at 2hrs decant. Tons of violet, rose and very floral / potpourri, white pepper, purple fruited (pomegranate, cassis and plum), currant, red apple skin, black cherry skins, raspberry. Love the way this evolves with air, fresh plum skin tannins and florals. Intriguing and sexy and utterly drinkable — 15 days ago
Fun wine! The nose really puts you in the fresh alpine snows and spring waters with its lemon/lime zest, liveliness, and freshness. Slivered almonds add some additional depth, this one will over deliver if you’re looking for spring or early summer refreshment. — 10 days ago
This was a Wow wine for me and our staff. Rich tropical fruit, acid, minerality. Along with the Rayas, one of the more memorable wines this year. This is the second wine that I have had from Dominique Lucas. Both exceptional. — 4 days ago
Superb. Good acidity, medium body, low tannins. — a month ago
The story of brown mealy apples. From your childhood.
Jacquere Sansoufrir...free to roam. Smells like that sippy cup of Motts. Tastes like an apple slice at the bottom of your lunch box - browned and oxidized, squirt of lemon, sprinkle of salt.
It should remind you of feather weight Fino Sherry. Dry, lean, saline. Made for all the before-dinner salty snacks I love. — 15 days ago