Cran tang, mellow, dry, fruit leather ❤️ (PS) $23 — 7 months ago
Tuscan style red blend. Winemaker Noah’s take on a super Tuscan (Tuscan varietals blended w Bordeaux varietals). This is a blend of Sangiovese, cab franc, cab sauv and touch of merlot. Like a great red table wine from Tuscany. Perfect for a dinner party - great gifting wine and a crowd pleaser. Nice well rounded wine. Pairs well with food. Yes yes yes — 2 years ago
These wines are from the Colchagua Valley in Chile, made by a Kiwi who cooked up an operation somehow involved with a Malaysian princess. I couldn't confirm, but these were made in a cement egg, with no oak. I had more of the El Libertine which was very floral with dark berries. Easy drinking full bodied wine. Very small production, so couldn't get my hands in a full bottle.
I googled "beso negro" and it has an interesting slang in Spanish. You were warned! — 2 years ago
From the nose (definitely rhum barrels) and the name, expecting some sweetness. But pucker up, this is sour as they come. Got past expectations and really enjoyed the flavor with big salty mouthwash finish. — 4 years ago
Holy botrysized Riesling. Lots of lychee on the nose, a little nutty. Delicious! — 2 years ago
A light sour with delightful yeasts and Saison goodness. Highly recommended. — 2 years ago
Robust chocolate flavor. — 4 years ago