Wine Spectator 92"Ripe berry aromas are a touch raisiny and chocolaty. This mostly feels like it smells: full and ripe. Blackberry, prune and chocolate flavors finish chewy and slightly baked, with just enough acidity to make things right".
New York Times "As you could guess, Teutonic Wine Company is dedicated to grapes associated with Germany. That list begins with riesling, and this one is superb. It’s described as off dry. What does that mean? It is not specifically sweet, though the wine has just enough residual sugar to give the
" Deep purple, unoaked red wine, with tons of fresh ripe fruit, rosemary, hint of salt, supported by a tannic structure akin to Cabernet Sauvignon...the fruit on this wine is like Grenache, not surprise as Marcela is the cross of both these grapes... Celler Comunica is located in the town of
Color: Good-covered red-garnet cherry, touches of youth on the rim. Nose: Ripe aromas, small fruits compote, spices, toasted touch of roasted coffee. Mouth: Large, well-built, tasty, well-integrated acidity, good fruit step, aromatic finish with balsamic notes.
" This rare grape, thought to have come from Burgundy in the 18th century, makes a medium ruby colored wine with a hint of cherries in the nose, red berry fruit in the mouth, and a touch of sweet green herbs. Soft and spicy notes on the finish complete the experience. " ~ Winery notes
“Drinking a Saint Nicolas is not about sniffing aromas. It's more about mouthfeel, vitality, finesse and elegance, as well as mineral tension and the Atlantic breeze you can feel in all of Thierry's wines. They are silky and elegant, and never overly concentrated or too rich.” ~ Stephen Reinhardt
Wine Enthusiast 90"Dusty mineral complexities juxtapose luscious melon, peach and Mandarin orange flavors in this dry-style blend of Gewürztraminer and Riesling. Perfumed on the nose and silky on the palate, it's a widely appealing wine with a brisk, composed finish. Drink now through 2020."
The name of this wine is entwined with a legend. According to the story, God cried when he found a corner of Heaven stolen by Lucifer and where his tears fell, there grew the grapes that make Lacryma Christi, which translates as "tears of Christ." Made from 100% Coda di Volpe grown in volcanic
"Aromas of dried mushroom, berry and oyster shell follow through to a full body, with round tannins and a long and intense. Lovely soft texture. An outstanding Morellino di Scansano. Don't miss it. From the same owners as Brunello's Castello Romitorio. Drink or hold."