For a Victorian wine, pretty good — 3 months ago
Wow! Notes of star anise, forest berries, high toned blueberries, black tea, oak, mint, crushed flowers, alpine vibes. Medium bodied, long finish, 12.5 abv. Smooth tannins.
Such a beautiful and pure expression of mountain Cabernet. This is the gold standard! — 2 years ago
Wanted to compare and contrast this with Jaimee Motley's amazing mondeuse from Cali.
Nose: autumn leaves, earth, red cherries, raspberries, fennel, herbs, licorice, chocolate
Palate: dry, lean, austere, pink peppercorn, not a lot of fruit, cacao, forest floor, good tannins and acidity, some bitterness.
I prefer Jaimee's slightly riper fruit characteristics. But this is still a classic! — 2 years ago
One of the best roses I’ve had in a while (and in the perfect setting). Vibrant, textural and expressive with watermelon, cherry, hibiscus and a touch of garrigue. It’s a shame I didn’t get a photo with the actual juice because the deep almost magenta color was 💣 but the bottle didn’t last long enough... — 2 years ago