Picked up this 2021 in Boston never knew Gamay was grown in Valle d’Aoste. Bright cherry and rhubarb. Nice structure . Like a good Beaujolais Village — 13 days ago
In a really lovely place, drinking really smooth right now, tannins settled yet with some meat. A nice surprise. — 2 months ago
My first experience with Laherte’s Extra Brut rosé. I’ve had the Les Beaudiers a few times (loved the 2014 over the 2015), and while that unique champagne has its place (more like a big red burg), this champagne hits the fresh and more typical experience.
Deep rose colored. As expected, the meunier here is evident right off the bat with the classical “gummy” flair. Lots of strawberries, Bing cherries, and red candied gummies. Bright and fresh profile, with lively mousse and a mineral streak down the middle. Chalky limestone too. There’s a black cherry vibe at the finish. Not yeasty, but not uber lean either. I’m not sure what extended aging does here, as it seems made to be enjoyed young/fresh. Quite nice. — 2 months ago
Inky nose with plum and cocoa dust.
Fairly high acid, structured. Black Forest cake, blackberry, minerality. — a month ago
Definitely would get this again. Peach, green apple. Delicious! — a month ago
Delightful, crisp, worthy of a celebration. “Apple. Lot of Apple. How do you like THEM apples?” At Canlis. — 2 days ago
This is a very powerful and layered all grenache CdP. 100+ year vines from the domaines best plots. The palate is packed with dark ripe berries, violets, dried flowers, char, pastille and more. Expressive. Could use more time in the bottle but already impressive. — 21 days ago
17+. Better second day. — 25 days ago