Likes this wine:

Friday, February 15, 2013 - I've never understood why people complain about brett in wines that are traditionally known for having brett. I personally enjoy it which is why I love Pegau. Especially Pegau at $30 a bottle because its considered an "off vintage". Its drinking beautifully now and its the perfect distraction from my other vintages of Pegau while they rest. Lighter bodied that other wintages. Almost like the pinot of Pegau. Still has loads of Kirchs, cherry, garrigue, and yes....brett.

Delicious now and will continue to drink well for a least a few more years.

Post a Comment / View michal's profile
4 people found this helpful, do you? Yes - No / Report Issue (3,935 views)

1 comment has been posted

  • Comment posted by Champagneinhand:

    2/15/2013 11:38:00 PM - Brett seems to be meaty tasting to me. Its not that big of a thing in moderate amounts and it seems to blow off with some air. I think that some people confuse a bad bottle or corking for Brett. Brett is not tca and if it gets worse with more air then it usually isn't brett, but tca. I do understand your frustration, as a meat, bacon flavor is part of many Southern Rhone red blends.

Post a Comment / View michal's profile
4 people found this helpful, do you? Yes - No / Report Issue (3,935 views)
×
×