Classic Provence rosé. Pale salmon color. Subtle nose with aromas of white peach, red fruit and some lime. Some herbal and mineral notes. Light, easy to drink. Citrus (lime) and mineral notes. — 3 months ago
Domaine Jean-Marc Bernhard Alsace Grand Cru Riesling ‘Wineck-Schlossberg’ 2019: Light-bodied. Vibrant acidity. Refreshing taste. Classic Riesling nose with palate flavors of apple, apricot, lemon & minerals. Lovely off-dry finish. All in all, a clean & bright Alsace Riesling; very pleasant, very versatile, good value. Happy Saturday to all! Cheers🍷 — 4 months ago
Nice purity of fruit with sweet dark cherry, baking spice, a smoky note.
On the palate this is cool? Juicy, fresh, so polished. Brilliant drinkability with fresh acidity, juicy dusty fine tannins, a herby, smoky, cool finish.
This is a safe bet, day in day out. I love it. — 3 days ago
Per Bianca of PBB: everything you want out of a dry white wine: it's crisp, peppery, zippy, tart yet full, and dangerously easy to drink. — 4 months ago
Shimmering, onion skin color. Intense red berry, citrus fruit and floral aromas, along with building suggestions of succulent herbs and dusty minerals. Sappy and penetrating on the palate, offering concentrated strawberry, orange pith and honeysuckle flavors that slowly deepen and take on a peachy nuance with aeration. Finishes impressively long and focused, with a repeating mineral note and a late hint of tarragon. (Josh Raynolds, Vinous, July 2022)
— 4 months ago
Great choice with grilled fish in Ventimiglia. Maegunaira — 2 months ago
Prototypical Provence Rose. Unripe red fruit, watermelon rind, herbal. Decent minerality and acidity. — 5 months ago