Opens on the nose with the smell of lees, underneath are early summer red 🍒 and a touch of balsamic and a touch of wood- maybe slovanian oak?
Tart, nice balance, refreshing and very drinkable. I was nervous to order it because it was listed under the 'Natural' wine selection but turns out that it's only organic and not bottle of kombucha. Excited to see that I might be able to find this for under $25.
Paid $54 at Commune in Columbus. — 9 days ago
Best wine I’ve had in a while. Liquid raisin! Smells like oak, campfire, and raisin. Tannic and astringent but full bodied with some sweetness-almost port-like. Definitely not cheap but also not the most expensive wine on the shelf. 100% worth it. Enjoyed with bolognese. Would love to have again — 2 days ago
Deep burgundy color. No brick. Enjoyed over three nights Surprisingly bright fruit and quaffable for an Amarone. Delicious wine that’s still youthful. Enjoy now or hold a couple years — 8 hours ago
Classic Amarone, with the bitter cherry flavor that is expected. This wine is aged just the right amount. It still needs to be decanted, as I have found with Amarones, at least 2 hours. One it has breathed, it offers flavors of bitter dark chocolate, followed by bitter cherry. The nose is perfect. And there is still fruit in the long finish. It went well with my goat cheese and mushroom salad smothered in balsamic di Modena, matching the vinegar and mushroom flavors perfectly. — 8 days ago