- Feb 21, 2013
What's the wood for Sedimental - Antarctic Vortex?
Interested in your tasting notes. Don't say it's got too much wood!
No, judicious French Oak and malo! Bright straw colour. White peach, grapefruit, lemon, tropical pear on the nose. Really crisp palate. Focused acidity. Lemon citrus tang (not spritz), cashew and honey complimenting the acidity. Young, pure and great length. A little more developed and complex than the 2013 I recently drank. Easily will go another 10 years. Bloody good drop!
I'd strongly recommend to sell it on eBay rather than drink it!
Depending on what they are, most likely not a good experience awaits so probably sell them on eBay and put proceeds towards renewal.Maybe the best idea yet to help make room in my cellar. I have many that are untouched since we moved in June 1991. The champagne and best reds turn over but what about the lesser stuff?
Daver6 is back in action!
Interesting lineup. What's the significance of the 'Seventy Six'? Not familiar with it.
Interested in your appraisal of the Italian wine - to save me Googling, tell us more about it please.
First vintage of Koonunga Hill from Penfolds was 1976 and this was a 30 year tribute release. Looking through my cellar notes it was a nice wine but nothing outstanding. What did you think of it Daver6. Still have a 6 pack of this laying around somewhere.