I really love fresh ripe strawberries with a dash of balsamic and a sprinkling of balsamic vinegar and pepper. Strawberries tend to rip my mouth apart. This wine would be a good substitute should I get a craving for that treat albeit the peppery notes are more white pepper than black but ummm the wine is…pink all over (sorry I had to) — a year ago
Right now this is being identified as the Lenz sparkling rosé but it’s actually their pétillant naturel…the bubbles are gentle, the palate is juicy, the finish minerally…this is utterly as friendly as a warm summer night with a gentle breeze. — 10 months ago
Beach me up vibes all day baby. Smells like white peaches and clear skies and seashells. Zings on the tongue and you need that warming zing if like me you are gonna dip into the Pacific (soon I hope anyway I love the sea). The palate is chilled melon, gushing wet stone, and some sort of flower whose name I’ll never remember.
It’s terrible, I can name 7 synonyms for Tempranillo, but when it come to the rest of all botanica I can’t get it together.
Anyway. This finishes a with a hit of grapefruit flavor so from stone fruits to melon to citrus it runs the fruit gamut.
Gushing wet stone is the through-line. I don’t know if it has a dramatic arc but I don’t think it needs it. — 10 months ago
A damn delight, somewhere between fascinating acidity plus fruit, and just gulp-ability. Smells of strawberries, wet stones and vanilla. On the palate the viniferous energy races, but the plush stewed strawberries slow it down. If you want to pound this, you do you, but also savor it, if you can help yourself. — 10 months ago