- From Diane as gift for closing. Amazing prosecco, not too sweet or dry.
- It's alright. Not too meaty... But close.
- Dark, opaque ruby, with light red rim. Aromas of pencil lead, barnyard, menthol, tea, currants, ripe plum. Quite tannic, yet quite well integrated. Taste of smoked cherry, damp earth, minerals, truffle, Close to full bodied mouth feel, juicy, not too ripe. Kept evolving, with blueberry, strong, alluring minerals. Sexy nose, unstoppable. Strong cigar, dark chocolate After taste of minerals, tea leaf, burnt wood, like chewing a cigar bud.
- First farmhouse ale ever. It was ok. Got way too close to the pilsner side of the brew world.
- Nose of iron, licorice, vanilla, black currant, blueberry, fresh florals, hint of mint and tomato, closed but seductive aromas. Dark dark ruby color, medium to full bodied. Aerated for over an hour, poured into glass and sat for another 30 mins, doesn't seem wanting to reveal too much. Earth, licorice, cherry, rather firm tannin showing near the mid palate, nicely balanced with tobacco, black fruit finishing. More showing after a long evening, smell of violet, plum, licorice, chewy, velvety palate, still young it seems. Won't be a spectacular wine, but a nice drinking experience nevertheless.