A light-bodied co-ferment of four grapes, hence the name; the perfect “bistro red”, as Ian himself calls it. Grapes: 2018 is 45% Blaufrankisch, 15% Chardonnay, 35% Cabernet Franc and 5% Cabernet Sauvignon Vineyards:... Read More
Intense aromatics are a high-powered mix of sweet and savory: ripe blackberry, black plum, and black raspberry mingle with hints of tobacco, wild flowers, lavender, anise, dried herbs, and crushed black rocks.
About an hour northwest of Stuttgart, in the exact opposite direction of the “famous” Swabian wine regions (you know where those are, right?), a river called the Enz does that meandering thing rivers do, creating two... Read More
The village of Rosswag is an incredible place, a viticultural treasure. The tiny village (population just over 1,200 inhabitants) is surrounded by an ancient amphitheater, a fortress of vines not unlike the “Terrassen-Mosel”... Read More
This bottling looks as though it was concocted by a group of Wicca! The natural biodynamic methods hearken to such secret and mysterious practices. An example most recently was his use of whey (the liquid part of milk produced... Read More
The result of a collaboration with the Terres dAvignon cave cooprative, a large cellar in the heart of the Southern Rhones sprawling vineyard land. By purchasing fruit from a number of small grape growers in the area, the co-op... Read More