Went really well with balsamic chicken. Smooth, on drier side. — 5 days ago
So, what about a Dutch wine?? Yes, you read it correctly, wine…not beer. They are starting to make wines in the south of the country, Limburg. We visited the St. Martinus winery last September. This was a white blend of Pinot gris and Souvignier gris (I had never heard ofF). It was okay. Had green undernotes and a bit of that agave flavor that I don’t care for much, but I did like the grapefruit/star fruit tangy-ness. It was refreshing, good acidity. A good wine to have when a Dutchy wins the first Tour de France for women!!! — 11 days ago
The nose here is apple skin, lime, and some light matchstick even a half hour after opening. On the palate, it's green apple, lime, and minerality again, but such body here... And the balance is on point. — 4 days ago
Still enjoying this 2017 German Pinot Noir in August 2022 with pecan crusted chicken breast with Dijon mustard sauce.
Slight oak, smoke and herbal notes. Rhubarb, dried fruit, rose petals, mushrooms. — 8 days ago
Smooth, medium bodied, opens up as a rose and rounds out like a Pinot once allowed to breathe, making it a very flexible bottle to pair with fish, vegetables, and meats - while also offering a full enough savory mouthfeel to drink on its own. — 4 days ago
Strawberry, plum, lime and limestone. Subtle leather. This is a delicious light red with slight effervescence. — 6 days ago