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Crisp and well framed white apple fruit greets the nose followed by hints of sweet almond croissants and a touch of peach. Tart and yet gently sweet at the same time, this has a lovely mouthfeel with a light streak of astringency that runs through it. ...
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History of the grape: Muscat existed as far back as the Ancient Greeks. It spread throughout the world as empires gre...
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It’s time to talk about bubbles. For better or worse we associate New ... and attractive. 86pts Gustave Lorentz Cremant d’Alsace $24 Fruity and bright with pear and apple fruit topped with a hint of clay and quinine and a touch of sweet gum. Moderately sweet on entry though with great acids keeping things fresh in the mouth. Simple and easy go... Read More
Fruity and bright with pear and apple fruit topped with a hint of clay and quinine and a touch of sweet gum. Moderately sweet on entry though with great acids keeping things fresh in the mouth. Simple and easy going with sweet yellow apple fruit. The RS here really adds some weight on the palate. Mousse dissipate fairly quickly. easy, fresh swee... Read More
Tasted 10/13: Golden topaz hue, with aromas of dried pith, dried yellow stone fruit and summer flowers; big notes upfront of yellow stone fruits round in the mouth with an under current of minerals, racing to a short finish. Read More
Crisp and well framed white apple fruit greets the nose followed by hints of sweet almond croissants and a touch of peach. Tart and yet gently sweet at the same time, this has a lovely mouthfeel with a light streak of astringency that runs through it. The fruit recalls the nose with tart apples dominating sweeter peachy notes and adding in a tou... Read More
strawberry biscuits, crisp, simplistic with nice acidity Read More
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Summer’s finally here. This week marks the official start of summer and ... and easy to like. 86pts2011 Gustave Lorentz Le Rosé of Pinot Noir 12%Lightly aromatic and mostly woodsy on the nose with light suggestions of raspberries. This shows more fruit in the mouth, with bright acids lending nice cut. It’s an elegant style of wine that feature... Read More
Lightly aromatic and mostly woodsy on the nose with light suggestions of raspberries. This shows more fruit in the mouth, with bright acids lending nice cut. Its an elegant style of wine that features nice interplay between silky and bright textural elements. A bit of watermelon and raspberry on the palate get some nice lift on the moderately lo... Read More
I had hoped for better, but this was still very, very well done. Read More
Great wine. One of the best Pinot Gris I've had. Mild but pleasing bouquet. Golden colour. Wonderful body and smooth, almost viscous mouthfeel. Honeyed but not cloying. Good long finish. Less grassy than the usual Pinot Gris. Read More
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