Now here is a unicorn: a Chilean Carignan, with enough earthiness & terroir to make me think, with a smile… Moulin a Vent? Dark cherries, cocoa nibs, some underbrush, wrapped in a medium plus acidity. Importer Rare Wine Co. well done. About 20$,too. — 6 months ago
Popped for our 30th and taken to Sons & Daughters in SF. Great young, dark purple color. Exotic nose. Notes of plum, black cherry, some eucalyptus, mocha, old leather, dark moist earth, some dark chocolate and some anise. It’s a kaleidescape of smells. Still rich and silky in the mouth. So much fruit, with structure to match. Such a great unicorn wine. — 9 months ago
Incredible night with incredible friends - more incredible wines in the picture but posting this one so I don’t come off as jerk and guys I know I am blessed including everyone friendship delectable has provided me - thank you - and the wine is an unicorn and tasted like one for sure — 3 months ago
What a unicorn. So did you know this was made by the great chef de caves ‘maudiere’ of @dom perignon and harveates from Monterey county grapes In 1983. It was only discourged and bottled recently. Only en magnum. Our buddy fred dame bought them all and presented one tonight. Alright, not ethereal, definitely a treat with a cool story.
Monterey baby!!!!! Thanks Fred and go GWC — 9 months ago
What can I say? Needs about 30 min of air odd at first and than absolutely brillant. Raspberry driven, thyme, touch oregano, lime, quite tannic at first which mellows out in the glass over time. Drink now or keep for 1-2 years more. A benchmark wine. A unicorn, A singleton, no one makes wine like Enderle & Moll. A perfect match with Salmon. Needs food. — 5 months ago