Perfume of black cherry, leathery, dried out plums, fig marmalade, and the deep essence of a fistful of ruby saffron. A menacingly intoxicating bouquet.
So much flavor. Smacks of chewy raspberries, and the tartness of a cherry pie. Balanced with the brightness and liveliness of fruits of the tropics. I’m thinking a tart, unripe mango, the type that grows in India, but that my grandmother planted a decade ago in our backyard in Florida, which now bares hundreds of wonderfully tart green mangoes every year.
A little sweet spice right at the end, and you get a complex dance of flavors. One that makes you think that wine is the manifestation of a miracle growing from the ground. — 16 hours ago
Citrusy, dry, light. Perfect. Had in Montana with the scotts. — 21 days ago
Pictured above. A hand written note left with a book of short stories by relatively unknown writer, Krzhizhanovsky. The book, I left for when I’m on shift at the coffee shop. A handcrafted wood pen from Muji. And a bottle of cluster processed red wine.
Oh, and books. Many books. I’ve missed them.
Unique pepper jam, peach and jalapeño bouquet. If gunpowder and raspberry compote had sex.
Rich, unctuous, a cornucopia of jammy fruit. This channels the energy of a very robust, energetic universe of soil, water, and sunshine.
Beautiful layer of creamy kick right at the end gives it a little sensual oomph. This one woke me up and made love to my taste buds. Lots of pheromonal references for a juicy, voluptuous wine.
— 12 days ago
Tart and balanced. Nice. — 9 days ago
Lovely, good acidity. Covid. — 18 days ago
Best chard I’ve had. Not too buttery, crisp but with some funk. — 21 hours ago
Awesome. On the Porch with Kelly. Great skin contact. Wine merchant covid. — 13 days ago
Tart and funky, but not overpowering. Well balanced — 23 days ago