A baby. Going to age the rest of the cage. Smokey. Prunes. Leather. Cassis. Absolutely lovely. — 12 days ago
Only the 6th vintage of this exciting wine made of Trousseau grapes (aka Bastardo) which is for example used in port. Cloudy, viscous, rather dark color; pinot noir-like nose with added selleri, te leaves, and vanillin; red-fruity and sumptuous on the palate, great midpalate and finish, and with a kick from the respectable acid levels. Yes, it is light bodied and juicy; but Yes it is delicious. Best I can put it: a mix between a Julienas gamay, a NZ pinot noir, and a dash of cool aid. Had with Danish Vesterhavs-cheese, lomo iberico and green tomato marmelade. — 21 days ago
This six-year-old Pinot Gris from Oregon is drinking very nicely now. Showing nice complexity with a nice mouthfeel.
Big and bold with lots of interesting notes both on the nose and palate.
Showing citrus, bruised apples, light grapefruits, vegetables, peaches, minerals, white pepper and spices.
A great wine to have by itself, share with friends and talk about.
I love these white wines that with some age become something completely different.
Better when not very cold.
I had this vintage a year ago, and it is much better this time around.
12.8% alcohol by volume.
$25. — 2 days ago
An amazing white, quite dry with beautiful tastes of the skin — 10 days ago
Drank with pizza first night and sour patch gummy bears the second night. 9/10 experience both nights. — 12 days ago
Fantastic Trousseau. Juicy and fresh with interesting complexity. Maybe my favorite Methode Sauvage wine. — 15 days ago