- ADVENT 2018 -
18 December - -
Evelyn and Pascal Clairet farm around seven hectares of vines biodynamically in and around Arbois in the Jura. This Ploussard is from a vineyard planted over Jurassic marls that undergoes a month of carbonic maceration. Bottled young and full of life, it is almost impossibly light, bright and vibrant, the nose and palate bursting with little red fruits. A vital, joyful wine.
Ovde je sve počelo, ovaj viski označava ponovno rođenje destilerije Jura i zajednice ostrva. Sa manje od 200 ljudi koji žive na ostrvu, destilerija je u srcu svoje zajednice i nalazi u centru Craighouse, najvećeg grada na ostrvu. Takođe svaka flaša nosi drevni keltski simbol koji označava početak.
Boja: toplo zlato
Miris: nježne nijanse američkog bijelog hrasta sa nježnim mirisom meda
Ukus: rafinisana, glatka i čista tečnost sa delikatnim hrastovim ukusima, praćen vrhuncem karamela i likerice i ukusa pečenih zrna kafe u ustima.
I'm usually not in agreement with stuff on these lists but I am RIGHT there with some of these people from @wine_spectator ’s trend list for 2019.
1. I totally think #Spain and #Portugal will continue their rise and magnify it (although I disagree that Spain is using international varietals to do it). 2. I think #rosé is about to bust.
3. I also wish orange wines and natural wines would go away and we could focus on wines that are tasty, rather than those that are marketed by the winemaking technique they use (within reason -- meaning I am all for sustainable/organic farming, no additives etc). I love the idea that we would all drink #Puglia or #Jura wines, have nutritional labelling or see a big onset of wines from the Palomino grape to save #Jerez (sherry region) but I'm not sure that's gonna happen. What trend do you see happening?
I'm saying another big year for Grenache. And Portugal. .