Joe Jefferies says that the only things that interest him are bicycles and making wine. The latter shows in every bottle of his I’ve had. (The bicycles, that’s another story.)... read more →
I’m on a non-spoof rosé mission and this is a good one to show. It’s one of the no-brainers, drink down, don’t think, just gulp. Easy. Summer. Go.
Creamy in a roasted sweet root, light and frothy caramelized parsnip. Mystery and an element of flint. Accessible with a slight reductive edge that says, “Look at me!”
Olivier is indeed the little brother to the Anjou’s Jo Pithon. He moved to the southwest where he gives us this swell mix of grenache and syrah. Expect a wine... read more →