Que du bon
What a wine! It’s been a long and slow delight we sipped slowly over our quiet evening.
It paired especially well with the cuisine from Dawa, the beef momos and even the pork chili (that was slightly less hot as usual 😮💨). The mild tones of the Himalayan spice were perfect companion to this wine, holding everything high in the mouth and soul.
The wine is rich, complex, round, ripe, with a lactic touch. Buttermilk? And then the usual flavors and aromas of
chenin, honey, pear, peach, bit of exotic lush all conducted with maestria with a backbone that holds things all along never making it heavy or annoying — a year ago