By the process of elimination, I got the country of origin and producer right. Varietal was a little difficult with these natty reds for me, but I had a inkling with my initial guess on origin being the south of France (it’s Carignan). Wine itself was red-fruited and juicy with bright acidity and a touch of savoury twang. Didn’t find it particularly layered but I could drink a lot of this easily. — 2 months ago
Sparkling Cidre like Chenin Blanc from the Natural wine project Testalonga... Pear, floral and mineral. Exciting, surprising and very pure and direct Chenin Blanc!
Dazu: Mangold/Spinat - grüne Oliven - Zitrone / Bissara / Kichererbsen - Salzzitrone - Fenchel — 2 years ago
Had with Katie at La Majestique.
Carignan grapes (red). Light, fruity, balanced. Highly enjoyed. — 2 months ago
Stinky, tasty, long finish, good acidity that continues to defy a pretty toasty appellation. — 5 months ago
Perfect with fish chowder — a year ago
Delicious! Easy drinking with a smooth finish. — 2 years ago
Maybe I am getting older and more serious, so to compensate, I enjoy this light and juicy style more and more. Beautiful bouquet: red berries stew, mulberry, and hibiscus tea, with subtle earthy notes. Not simple, yet approachable and delicious. With this wine, I can become a junior magician and make a bottle disappear in a blink of an eye. — 5 months ago
Possibly the perfect sparkling for me. Quite sweet but not so much that it's gross — 6 months ago
100 % mourvedre grape, whole grapes are fermented for 10 days in open tanks, then pressed and directly matured in oak barrels. No yeast added, pure ambient fermentation. 100% malolactic fermentation.
Wild and untamed one, spicy (cinnamon, Pepper), earthy.
Dazu: Lammkeule - Mandel - Salzzitrone - Wachtelei / geröstete Karotten - Minze - Zitrone — 2 years ago