Tasting Notes for perisolb

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Red
Cranberries on the nose. Quite acid nose, if that makes any sense. Good acidity (also) on the palate, some tannins. Fresh and fruity, tart cherries. Very good, I bet it will improve in a few years.
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White
Tropical fruits on the nose. High acidity, bone dry. Quie mineral, wet stone, limestone, a bit of saltiness. Unripe apples. Quite long. The high acidity tipped this bottle out of balance, and I didn't enjoy it very much.
White
Citrus nose, perhaps some Cointreau. Dry, relatively low concentration, good acidity. Citrus, quite mineral, Cointreau also on the palate. Apple core. I like it
White - Off-dry
The cork had lots of mold on it, but luckily not on the wine side of it. Fresh nose of honey. Medium acidity, quite a bit of sweetness. Oily mouthfeel. Dried apricots, honey, Mirabelle plums. Some noble rot? Long honey aftertaste. Truly delicious!
Red
Cherries, forest and a bit floral on the nose. Good acidity, quite lightweight for a syrah. Silky mouthfeel. Lots of tart fruit, tart cherries, redcurrants, green olives. Long fruity aftertaste. A very good!
Red
The bottle has been in the fridge, half-full, when the note is written. Herbal on the nose, and something else, resin? Quite concentrated, fruit sweetness. Very fruity, blackberries, cherry liqueur, cinnamon. Quite interesting and very good!
Red
Floral nose, violets, bitter herbs, a bit reductive. Silky mouthfeel, medium+ acidity. Redcurrants, strawberries, long strawberry aftertaste. Great balance. Reminds me of Burgundy PNs. Very good, completely different experience from the previous bottle two years back.
Red
Blackcurrant, blackberries and pine trees on the nose, and with time, pepper. Still quite grainy tannins, high concentration. Blackberry fruit, but quite a bit of black olives and possibly pepper. Good balance. Better than in 2016. I will leave the last bottle for a few more years
Red
3/5/2020 - perisolb wrote:
A somewhat more positive attitude towards this wine this time than last time, but it is not my style. Quite interesting on the nose with something herbal, sunny forest. Medium acidity. Ripe cherries, olives. Linear: fruit, then a bit watery, then olives an something a bit bitter, cherry stones? There is quite a bit of alcohol warmth, and that, together with the watery mouthfeel, makes it unbalanced in my opinion.

After 24 hours, the wine had more balance. It feels less watery and more concentrated, for some reason. The fruitiness appears more intense. It has an interesting cherry tarness to it that I didn't get yesterday.
Red
Floral nose. Good acidity. Good concentration. Lots of fruit. Redcurrants, raspberries, something slightly bitter in the aftertaste. Taste like a Norwegian summer, ripe berries, but not too ripe. Delicious!
Red
Wodden stave church, blackcurrant and some kind of baking space on the nose. Concentrated, quite fruity, blackberries, cherries, licorice, old cupboard on the palate. Moderate tannins. Very good! Easy pleaser.
White
Very mineral nose + some citrus and something chemical. Good acidity, dry, but a bit of fruit sweetness. Yellow apples, apple cake, apple core, lots of minerality too. Very good!
Red
2016 Château Lalaudey Moulis en Médoc Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
Mediterranean pine trees on the nose. Good acidity, balanced tannins. Good concentration. Vegetables, bell peppers, black pepper, perhaps olives, blackberries. Good!
Red
Flowers and some grass on the nose and oriental spices. Good acidity, moderate tannins. Medium concentration. Fruit-forward, tart cherries dominate. Long fruity aftertaste. Very good!
Red
Something medicinal on the nose. Medium acidity. Grainy tannins, but not too much. Good concentration. First something milky, then blackberries, cherries, old cupboard. A decent wine, and in a good place right now, I think.
White
Very fresh and pleasant on the nose, newly baked bread dominates, baking spice. Relatively thin and watery, some of the baking stuff on the palate too, quite mineral, wet stone. Aftertaste of unripe apples and grass. Good wine in this price range, a bit thin, though.
Red
Intensely scented, green, lowers. Concentrated, grainy tannins. Vegetables, bell pepper, blackberries, something bitter, hops, makes me think of IPA (not the phonetic alphabet). Fun with so much to describe in one wine, but if every wine was like this, it would be exhausting.
White
Dark yellow color. Fresh and interesting nose, citrus, dry sherry and something else, custard? Medium + acidity, not bone dry, high concentration. Lots of fruit, baked apples, ripe, unbaked apples in the finish. Long. Great balance. A very interesting wine, and in a good place right now, I think. However, given the dark color and the slight sherry nose, I don't plan to keep my second bottle for much longer.
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Red
Blackberries and something that reminds me of mountains on the nose. Juniper? Crowberry? Somewhat grainy tannins. Medium minus acidity. Quite fruity, concentrated, ripe berries, blueberries. Watery finish. Interesting, but I got enough of the blueberries half way through.
Red
Newly cut grass and juniper on the nose. Some alcohol heat, medium minus acidity, on the sweeter side, high concentration. Very jammy, cherry jam, juniper also on the palate, ripe blackberries. Easy pleaser, but a bit too jammy for me. I prefer my bojos tarter and more serious.
White
Faint wood on the nose. Medium acidity, lots of ripe fruit, peaches. Nuts, wood, runny brie. Aftertaste of brie and wood. An interesting and relatively complex wine at a low price.
Red
Herbal nose. Medium + acidity, relatively low concentration. Fruity, cherries, some herbs on the palate too, but relatively one-dimensional. Decent everyday wine.
Red
Decent everyday wine, but but a bit unbalanced due to high acidity. Fruity, tart cherries.
Red
Baking spice on the nose and some barnyard. Medium + acidity, high concentration, moderate tannins. Sweet cherries on the palate. Very good!
White - Off-dry
Citrus nose and some other fruit. Peach? Dry, medium acidic. Citrus taste, lemon, oranges. Good minerality. Long, fruity aftertaste. Very good!
Red
5/3/2019 - perisolb wrote:
Nose of matches and forest in the fall. Medium acidity. High concentration. Warmth from the alcohol. Ripe red fruit, licorice. Rather neutral and too much alcohol warmth. Not what I expected at all. A bad bottle?
Red
Plum and marzipan (!) nose. Good acidity, good concentration, soft tannins. Very fruity, redcurrant, cherries. Long, fruity aftertaste. Very balanced, very good.
Red
Clove and sweet cherries on the nose (and probably more, but I have a cold). Medium acidity, high concentration, fruit sweetness, but not too much, moderate tannins. Lots of fruit, sweet cherries, Christmas spices. Delicious!
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White - Off-dry
Good as always. Oetrol and flowers on the nose. Good acidity, a perfect sweet touch. Yellow apples, apple pie with spices, perhaps a touch of something tropical
Red
Raw meat, spices. Good acidity, rounded tannins, high concentration. Fruit-forward, blackberries, sweet cherries, pepper, raw meat. In a good place now.
Red
1999 Château Lanessan Haut-Médoc Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
Nose of Norwegian stave church, raw meat, cured meat, leather. Medium acidity, still tannic, high concentration. Still some fruit left, leather, licorice. Perhaps past its prime, but perfectly enjoyable.
Red
Funky nose, sourdough. Tart, medium concentration, underripe berries: tart cherries, perhaps some redcurrant. Balanced and agreeable, but a bit less complex and interesting than what I expected.
White
Citrus nose and apple jam. Dry, good acidity. Fruity. Nuts. Good!
Red
Discrete nose of wild strawberries and flowers. Lightweight, a bit of fruit sweetness, medium acidity. Fruity. Clearly strawberries, but also perhaps a bit of redcurrant. Really fresh and delicious.
White
5/20/2018 - perisolb wrote:
Fruity, floral nose. Medium+ acidity. Dry. Fruit-forward. Lime, lemon, apple core. Kiwi aftertaste. Refreshing!
White
Taste of rotting fruits. Nasty stuff
White
Floral nose, also some stone. High acidity, bone dry. Unripe apples, but also quite mineral, stone, chalk. A mineral bitterness in the aftertaste. Not super complex, but refreshing and different.
White
Nose: Red apples, newly cut wood and butter gone bad (but in a good way, paradoxically). Palate: Medium + acidity. Green apples, newly cut wood, wet stone, dried apricots, vanilla. Good balance. Interesting!
Red
Fantastic nose, pencil cuttings, farm, meat. Good acidity, rather tannic, medium concentration. Red berries, especially redcurrant and strawberries, but also blackcurrant and meat. Really good!
White
Nose of green apples and vanilla cream. High acidity, dry, concentrated. First ripe apples, then apple cores, lemon, steel. Good and elegant, but you have to enjoy high acidity (I do).
Red
Classic bojo nose of cherries and newly cut grass and perhaps some flowers. High concentration, not very tannic. Very fruity. Ripe sweet cherries, a bit of grass and some licorice. Good!
Red
3/26/2018 - perisolb wrote:
Cherry beer and grass on the nose. Medium acidity, quite a bit of sweetness. Cherry pop, sweet cherries, some grass. Very different, but quite one-dimensional in my opinion. The cherry pop taste is too dominant.
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White
3/26/2018 - perisolb wrote:
Faint flower nose. Good acidity. Dry, but a hint of sweetness. Green apples, lemons, perhaps, apple aftertaste. Concentrated. Another really good Polish wine!
Red
Cherries and some spice on the nose. Tart. Low concentration, but not thin. Redcurrants, strawberries, at the level of ripeness that they reach here in Norway in the summer, i.e. not too much. Simple, but good.
Red
Good acidity, unripe character, tart cherries. Good.
White
3/16/2018 - perisolb wrote:
Butter on the nose. Low acidity (for a Riesling), off-dry. Heavy, alcoholic. Ripe, tropical, peach. Very atypical for a Riesling, would have guessed a cheap Viognier or something like that. Out of balance because of the alcohol, not very good. I have had decent Polish whites lately, but this is not one of them.
White
Ripe or baked apples and a green herb on the nose. Good acidity, dry, concentrated. Grapefruit is dominant on the palate, bitterness, yellow apples, butter. Apple core in the aftertaste. Balanced, very good.
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Red
3/7/2018 - perisolb wrote:
Mon Chéri and Norwegian stave church (or pencil cuttings) on the nose. Some sweetness, moderate tannins, medium acidity, high concentration. Jammy and ripe, strawberries, licorice, cinnamon. Ok, but too jammy and concentrated for my taste.
White
Nose of oranges, lemon, Brussels sprouts. Medium + acidity, dry, noticable tannin. Concentrated. Oranges, basil, almonds. Bitterness in the aftertaste, rosemary. Different, interesting, not bad at all
Red
Decanted 5 hours before tasting. Nose of blackcurrant and mint. Medium + acidity, good tannins, not obvious that it has 14.5% alcohol. Fruity and fresh. More Cabernet character than Syrah. Blackcurrant, anise, licorice in the aftertaste. High concentration, but not heavy. Good balance. Love it, but I will wait a few years before opening a new bottle.
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