Superb pinot noir with smooth tannins.Improved after 1 hours breathing.
Had it with roast pheasant. — 23 days ago
Lovely as an aperitif. Fresh Green apples. Bubbles dissipate pretty fast but probably due to the style. — 6 days ago
So good, especially for its price point. It is a warm herby/spicy profile. Not sweet. Perfect for most hearty, robust dishes. — 4 hours ago
Very structured for a sauv blanc, still nice and bright — a month ago
Needs to rest, day 2 was better. — a month ago
Green pepper, black olive, rubber, and blackberries. Oh, and more sediment than I’ll find in the next 25 bottles I drink combined. All in a very good way, though, you understand. — 2 days ago
Um wow hi I want to CHOMP this wine—native yeasts insanely long maceration and no fining/filtering. This is what minimal interference should be. It’s ultra ripe but somehow refreshing. It looks light yet cloudy and the tannins are minimal—almost cerasuolo level and it is animal-ly sensuous to boot. So it’s...I dunno sex with a Viking? Perhaps. I’ve yet to have that but a girl can dream. Oh flavor: jammy but light with this wild kick of citrus peel and someone tossed a handful of four-leaf clovers in. Because if you’re drinking this you are lucky. — a month ago