I am a fan of this NV champagne. Because it is still family owned, this is highly recommended instead of NV Moet or Cliquot. It also out performs those wines while remaining in the same price point. Buttery & hazelnut on the nose with complex notes of brioche & pear on the palette with enjoyable acidity. Drink now or hold for a couple years. Great QPR! — 2 years ago
Solid value. Perfect for sipping, or my personal favorite, as a quarter part in a diamond back. Extra points when used in a Oaxacan diamond back (Mezcal instead of rye, orange peel twist/garnish) — 5 years ago
Poured light lemon color with a persistent bead. Opened with aromas of toast, yellow apple, stonefruit, chalk, and hazelnut. On the palate it's shows a delicate mousse, nice focus and apple, a flash of peach, citrus, chalk and a hint of ginger flavors. Lingering finish. Very good QPR for $35! #OTBN — 6 years ago
Monthly WTF wine group. Special event this month as Ben provided all ‘80s Napa cabs. A few of us chipped in and provided some whites/bubbly.
Granny Smith Apple x1000. Didn’t pick up much yeast here, but I did get some chalky limestone. Really nice and much more enjoyable when ice cold. — 3 years ago
Like distilling a Dutch apple pie. — 5 years ago
Ripe cucumber with hint of fresh black pepper. Smooth creamy mouthfeel and mild. Wonderful sipping Gin. — 6 years ago
Very port like in the nose. Dark brown with a little ruby. Some burnt toffee and vanilla with a little spice. Almost rum like. Let some alcohol bleed off and it softens nicely and rounds. — 3 years ago