Every once in a while, even a blind pig finds an acorn... Or in this case a taste of Casanova. The difference between Brunello and BRUNELLO is intensity and concentration. Drinking both is a study in terroir. The herbaceous liquoriceyness of the region (you like that word?) is amplified in the best producers. Nice! — 5 years ago
Really amazing for a tough year. Feels like carbonic (though actually not?) Zesty, fruity, but seems to oxidize quickly. — a year ago
My favorite producer of Crozes Hermitage. Deep dark color with black cherry, creosote, iron, game bird, garrique very complex, spicy, black pepper on the finish. Need to buy more of this vintage. — 5 years ago
Subtle aromas of tropical fruits. Wonderful hints of green apple and butter. My wife’s favorite Chardonnay. — 7 months ago
Very clean and super nice!! 2012 . Nice to have a great vin naturel..;);) — 4 years ago
Dark, moist, rich earthiness, dry stones, black berries, dark cherries, black raspberries, black plum, vanilla, dark red florals & violets.
The body is full. Tannins firm but dusty, Dark currants. Black berries, dark cherries, black raspberries, black plum, some strawberries, vanilla, dark spice, dark, firm leather, dry brush, tobacco, graphite, red florals & fields of violets. — a year ago