Brett

Brett

302 posts

  • one year ago
    Mid gold. Aromatic, savoury, zesty; dry with lemony acidity and good white. Full-bodied with a note of herbs.
  • Marabino Noto Nero D'Avola 2010 one year ago Marabino Noto Nero D'Avola 2010
    Mid ruby. Black cherries, backed up with spicy and peppery coconut! Bright, fresh, juicy, fruity with a robust finish.
  • Avide Cerasuolo Di Vittoria 2009 one year ago Avide Cerasuolo Di Vittoria 2009
    Mid ruby. Bitter cherry, touch of soft oak, dry, good fruit, long and not too heavy.
  • Roxanich Rose Wine 2009 one year ago Roxanich Rose Wine 2009
    Orangey pink. Deep dark lovely red fruits. Dry, good acidity with notes of cooked strawberries, herby and vanilla.
  • Waitrose Champagne Brut 2002 one year ago Waitrose Champagne Brut 2002
    Light gold, fine bubbles. Warm digestive biscuits and ripe apricots - dry, smooth acidity full, creamy, well structured
  • The Armagh Shiraz 1992 one year ago The Armagh Shiraz 1992
    Deep dark ruby. Rich concentrated dark red fruits, dry, integrated tannins, deliciously sublime. A joy of a mature Aussi
  • Wine Of Chile one year ago Wine Of Chile
    Mid ruby. Juicy rich ripe red fruits. Dry gentle tannins, chunky four-square, balanced tannins, minty meaty notes.
  • Chancet Rocks Sauvignon Blanc 2009 one year ago Chancet Rocks Sauvignon Blanc 2009
    Light gold. Notes of gooseberry and asparagus, for this is a decent wine subsiding into old age. Dry, good.
  • Julienas Grande Reserve 2009 one year ago Julienas Grande Reserve 2009
    Mid ruby. Cherries and a hint of peony. Dry, good acidity, fruity tannins. Juicy summer pudding flavours, with cream.
  • Chateau Louis Perdrix 2010 one year ago Chateau Louis Perdrix 2010
    Light gold. Nutty dry ripe stone fruit. Dry good acidity and length with a long finish.
  • Chardonnay Domaine Des Bodines 2011 one year ago Chardonnay Domaine Des Bodines 2011
    Orange gold! Bright lemon with roses! Dry, crisp, turkish delight (the proper sort), over-ripe apricots, clean, long
  • 2010 Trousseau one year ago 2010 Trousseau
    Light ruby. Stinky, slightly reductive nose but then was delightfully surprised (and pleased!) by red fruity spice.
  • De Savoie Frangy 2 years ago De Savoie Frangy
    Greeny gold. Plump ripe apricots presage this lovely dry wine full of rich ripe flavours backed up by bright acidity.
  • Vouvray 1982 Gilles Champion 2 years ago Vouvray 1982 Gilles Champion
    Greeny gold. Apple strudel, cinnamon, off-dry, still v much alive with glorious, balanced acidity. Creamy, long, great!
  • Bugey Mondeuse 2008 Maison Angelot 2 years ago Bugey Mondeuse 2008 Maison Angelot
    Mid ruby. Red brambly fruit, mature tannins and a refreshing acidity. 12% alc means you can concentrate on its flavour!
  • Sol De La Serre Saint Chinian 2011 2 years ago Sol De La Serre Saint Chinian 2011
    Mid gold with notes of apricot and citrus. Attractive minerality, this dry white is well rounded with a touch of exotic.
  • Champagne Brut Drappier 2004 Millesime Exception 2 years ago Champagne Brut Drappier 2004 Millesime Exception
    Pale gold, delicate creamy sparkle. Flowery, brioche and peach hints; dry, elegant, well balanced. Complex, long finish.
  • Saint Cosme Cotes Du Rhone 2010 2 years ago Saint Cosme Cotes Du Rhone 2010
    Greeny gold. Dry, lemony, melony, herby with good acidity. Lovely, plump, ripe lip smacking wine!
  • Noir Divin Domaine Du Paradis 2006 2 years ago Noir Divin Domaine Du Paradis 2006
    Deep ruby belying its origins & grapes. Mature warm red fruits, soft, with a raspberry briskness. Devilishly divine!
  • Vin De Bourgogne Mercurey Les Veleys Premier Cru 1999 2 years ago Vin De Bourgogne Mercurey Les Veleys Premier Cru 1999
    Ruby, smoky blackberry on nose. Dry, subdued fruit, drying out gently. Fading but with glimpses of elegance, brightening
  • Mcguigan The Shortlist Eden Valley Riesling 2005 2 years ago Mcguigan The Shortlist Eden Valley Riesling 2005
    Mid gold. Deeply fruity with chunky minerality; dry, balanced acidity with a mouthful of ripe scrumped apples.