Well, well a very enjoyable Romanian Pinot Noir. I was pleasantly surprised at how nice this was.
Bright in colour and an aroma of strawberries and plums. Gentle flavours with very mild tannins and a slight hint of sweetness giving a raspberry and red fruit taste.
This was a ridiculously cheap £4.99 from Aldi. Noroc! as they say in Romania. — a month ago
Belle acidité, barrique heureusement discrète:) — 8 months ago
So tart! Blueberries on the nose, and berry city — cranberry, raspberry, tart strawberry, blueberry — but with a nice minerality to even it out. A favorite. Had for Jason’s birthday weekend. — 4 months ago
Really concentrated lychee, grape, and peach flavor. Sweetness excellently balanced by acid. — 7 months ago
Delicious desert wine, intense flavor of fruits and honey. Definitely I will drink it again.
— 8 months ago
After a much anticipated family trip to Transylvania this August was canceled, the fact this Romanian wine (from Transylvania!) is so (and I really mean, sooo) good, makes the reality of that not-going-to-happen-anytime-soon-family-reunion even tougher. That said, I’d like to take a moment and say HOLY COW... NO WONDER DRACULA LIVES WHERE HE LIVES. These thirsty orange-wine producing vampires are not horsing around. Unfiltered field blend, fermented on the skins, humming with tangerine, lemon, lilies, effervescence and blah blah blah, buy it, serve it chilled. — 2 years ago
Don’t like white wine but I could drink this. Doesn’t take like alcohol and not overly sweet. — 5 months ago
First of all, how cool is it to be able to try a wine from Transylvania? Beautiful ruby color that gets a bit lighter toward the edge. On the nose, aromas of fruit, clove, and chocolate. On the palate, medium body with fine tannins that are noticeable, but just enough to give the wine structure and balance. Flavors of blue and red fruit, and jam. Overall, a very well-made wine that was very tasty, too! 100% Fetească Neagră. 12/5/21. — 8 months ago