E&M Weissburgunder goes feral beyond their trademark restrained wild spirit.
4 days of skins, it's copper tones, grippy, and full of acetone. And it's really good. Wild but grown up, responsible.
Expressively generous aromas loaded up with sour fruit and vinegar - naval orange, apricot, basil, and VA that tickles the back upper parts. Powerful long flavors too - sour apricot, pear, and sweet orange. Wonderful. — 5 days ago
The 2021 Weissburgunder Pinot Bianco wafts up with herbs and lime zest before settling on crushed green apples and ginger. Soft-textured with a reverberation of citrus tension that nicely contrasts its inner sweetness. It leaves a subtle staining of minerals through the long and juicy finale. $15.00 (Eric Guido, Vinous, June 2022) — 7 days ago
Natural wine — a month ago
Apple, goes down easy. Color: light green — 8 days ago
Silver skinned friendly little guy - refreshing and won't offend a soul.
Shows a shimmering glow, faint spritz of lemon, pear, and lilac. Citrus oil and pears in a mouth of mildly viscous texture and good acid.
Slight preference for this year's Weissburgunder... — 5 days ago
Don't let the screw cap sell you short. This looks entry but beats most Gutswein.
Pours a glow of creamy pearls and chartreuse. The aromatics are light. Apples and pears.
Most of the magic happens in the mouth, where a soft spherical texture like simple syrup delivers on sweet orange bitters and celery soda.
Even clocks in with a punchy 13% so as to say hey, let me play with the big kids. — 18 days ago
Fresh, juicy & cool.
Pure nose full of ripe, yellow, juicy & sweet apples. Plus a whiff of fresh pastry dough and just a hint of something cool & pure underneath.
On the palate this is just so juicy. Fresh. Apples & pears at the forefront, ripe and succulent yet there’s a brilliant fresh balance and a cool, slightly salty finish.
Beautiful terrace sipping but this has the weight & depth to take on some fish, too.
Delightful. — a month ago