Like finding a unicorn in the Italian hills~ lights out tar and roses — 2 months ago
True unicorn wine from a wine-making region under threat from - who else - humans. A bit shy at nine years young, but some funk and a generous amount of spice on the second day, needs cellaring but could be truly special. — a month ago
Always a staple for me. It is one of the most balanced, inexpensive, Grand Cru Champagnes I think you can buy. Mostly all Pinot Noir, and a little Chardonnay, no P.M.
Trick to Champagne: Don't drink it to cold, it's a waste of a unicorn in the wine world. 45-50° is where you get to experience how great it can be.
Cheers to 2017. — 2 months ago