Dusty white flowers and nuances of vanilla bean contrasted by crushed green apple, curry leaf and ashen stone waft up from the 2020 Chardonnay Sol to create a beguiling bouquet. This is a contrasting expression, with ripe fruits and silky textures offset by mineral-tinged acids and hints of sour citrus. It leaves the palate vibrating with tension and refreshed while closing with persistence, as a hint of almond paste lingers. I’m dreaming of white Burgundy while sipping this; yet there’s no need, because the Chardonnay Sol overdelivers. (Eric Guido, Vinous, April 2022)
— a month ago
Tera di Seta’s Chianti remains my favorite Kosher wine. Their wine is real Chianti and compares well with any Chianti out there. — a month ago
First vintage by Chris Dearden — 2 months ago
We’re excited to be tasting this delicious, biodynamic Tempranillo from the Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico.
It has a deep crimson hue with a bouquet of juicy plum, black cherry, also spicy black licorice, clove, anise, dill, coconut, cedar, and pipe tobacco. A bold, characterful, and concentrated wine with structure and balance. Tannins are smooth and supple. Finish is medium (+).
Vinas del Sol, Santos Brujos, Tempranillo, 2015, ABV 13.5%. — 24 days ago
Mi, 04.05.2022: E-Sant Sadurni Rest Sol i Vi — 15 days ago
Super floral on the nose with hints of lemon, honey and beeswax. Pallet is full with flavors of lychee, unripe peach and lime. Massive acidity that leaves you wanting another sip. Totally floral on the finish. Bold and viscous with a silky texture. There is a bit of CO2 in the glass. Very refreshing and interesting. Reminiscent of a Rhône White. Summer in a glass. — 2 months ago
Love this rose. Goes with everything and tonight a dinner salad with protein, romaine, tomatoes, casa Fresca, corn and black beans. Tomorrow with fish. — 8 days ago
Love this Sangiovese from Paradisios del Sol. — 16 days ago