|Hip, modern and jazzy|
We got the Viognier, a Cabernet Sauvignon flight and a dessert flight to end the day with.
This was less floral than a typical viognier. It was light, clean and crisp, with notes of tropical fruits. Not too bad. OO
|Cabernet Sauvignon Flight|
First we had a row about how they smell which was very interesting since they clearly stood out from anything we have tasted. One of them in particular was a stark contrast with the rest and everyone on the table could tell.
This was one of the more normal smelling one with a floral note. It was tannic with fruity notes of raspberry. OOo
A cabernet sauvignon with a funny smell! Someone threw in iodine which I could smell why. It had a kind of chemical lab smell that really was not appetizing. Otherwise, this young wine was spicy and a little creamy with some residual sugar. Oo
This smells normal with notes of berries. It was definitely more tannic and therefore more astringent which showed in the finish. Otherwise, I enjoy the note of blueberry. OO
On to the dessert flight!
This dry Riesling had wonderful notes of longan and melon. Easy and not loaded with residual sugar. OOO
This muscat was unlike any other. With a tropical fruit nose, this was light with plenty of residual sugar and delicious notes of lemon Creme brûlée, papaya and mango! Not much acidity. OOOo
Late harvest muscat canelli
Nose of tropical fruits again although I might be mixing them up a little. This light almost syrupy wine had delectable notes of mango and honeysuckle. OOO
If you noticed, there was not any vintages on each of their wines. Even on their wine list, no vintages. Perhaps they feel it is not a big deal? Or they are too new to notice? Anyhow, they definitely have a while to go.