A favorite that usurps the place of primitivos as the dark fruit wine made for mushroom and beef stews. This one is surprisingly easy to sip, rosato style wine with lots of funky side mouth. — 3 years ago
Certified Ripper. An incredible value and one of the more mineral-driven wines I’ve tasted from the charming and delicate 2016 vintage. They achieved a concentration with Sonnenlay that I haven’t found in a lot of 2016 Kabinett wines thus far. Intensely floral and beautiful wine that shimmers with minerality, lime blossoms, apricot and a touch of petrol. Highly invigorating and charming wine with piercing aromatics and intense flavors. — 3 years ago
Very pleasant carbonic. Light and fruity with some structure. Excellent chilled. — 4 years ago
Crazy. Champagne-saison-cider frankenbeer. So damn good. — 4 years ago
18 Year Old Viking Pride. February 2017 Batch - Rotation 17/A37.
Big Sherry presence although I would not call it a Sherry bomb. Nutmeg, cocoa powder, caramel, black tea, and raisin.
Still one of my favourite Island whisky although its quality is not as consistent as it used to. The good thing is, it displays the batch number so you can do your research online before you buy. — 3 years ago
Yum! Lovely zin that is drinking so fresh and vibrant right now. Confiture, dried red and black fruit, sweet/sour, leather, amaro spices, cinnamon, dried flowers, eucalyptus, white pepper, vanilla, kiss of sweet tobacco. Warm, spice driven, sweet and grainy tannin that have integrated offering a textural presence. Love aged Zin! — 4 years ago
This is a rose! And it really shines. Textured but light on the uptake, it has beautiful red berry character with tomato leaf, salinity, and a lip-smacking finish that calls for another sip. Excellent match with Moroccan chicken in a tomato-onion-harissa sauce. Superb qpr — 4 years ago