Tasting Notes for andregs

(27 notes on 26 wines)

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Red
10/3/2019 - andregs Likes this wine:
89 points
Pnp: Up tempo, clean cut crozes. Cool leather on the nose. At he palate still cool and at slim at first, but quickly turning in to a broader, a touch of syrah sweetness, followed through by a none intrusive structure that would last, but drinks nicely now.
Textbook crozes for my inexperienced palate.
2hr. more peppery on the nose, and chewey on the palate. Would enjoyed a thicker body to it.
Red
9/22/2019 - andregs Likes this wine:
87 points
Nicely perfumed, straight red fruit, clean. Less "pottery" than the average Beaujolais cru´s. Bit alcohol that could have been more intergrated. Still the fruit hangs on all the way up to the finish, and gets companied by a bit acidity and minerals
Red
9/21/2019 - andregs wrote:
85 points
Lovely perfumed, typically beaujolais nature wine sting to it. Goes over to on an acidity that I did not enjoy lingering on
Red
9/12/2019 - andregs Likes this wine:
87 points
Really dark, intense colour, more burned than cooked deep purple fruit notes, leaning on concrete (half is raised in concrete, half in old barrels). This is my fourth bottle. First one, in early 2018, got me so exited I bought the last two. David Reynaud have gone over to plastic caps, in that period. The first bottling seemed to be the best, with the most fresh fruit coming through. Maybe inbetween now? has a structure to perhaps overcome this phase. This was my last, so further future opinions comes appreciated :)
White
9/12/2019 - andregs Likes this wine:
91 points
I don´t like it, I love it! Morning piss yellow, directly described, just lovely sharp fruit, broad juice-filling mouthfeel, acidity on the verge to take over. I don´t have the experince to know, but it´s not controverial to guess that patience will reward better balance.
Red
9/12/2019 - andregs Likes this wine:
92 points
Open for action. Lovely nose, cherry and the fresh fruit of beaujolais, lingering right up till the end. Tried the benchmark Foillard Cote de py 2017 the night after, and found it way of in comparrison. Perhaps unfair comparring as the Foillard is not ready to go, but confirming the quality of the Balagny. Had one bottle last year, and this one was superior, more pronounced. Congrats Julie!
Red
6/27/2019 - andregs wrote:
86 points
Good acidity and structure, but the fruit was not up to it.
White
6/22/2019 - andregs Likes this wine:
90 points
lovely balanced, orange tint, enogh body to give the flor yeast some resistance
Red
12/15/2018 - andregs Likes this wine:
88 points
As previous bottle. Nicely perfumed on the nose and fresh cherry fruit dominating the taste. Noticing the acidity more this time.
Red
8/31/2018 - andregs Likes this wine:
88 points
Great nose, powerful but coherent wine. Receding over to some heavy tannins yet to be sufficient pulverized
Red
8/25/2018 - andregs Likes this wine:
89 points
Hiding away for now: I was initially muffled trying to pierce the shy dark minerally profile. My bottle did not show much fruit and vibrancy before the last glass, the second day, when the last third was double decanted for 2 hours.
Red
7/16/2018 - andregs Likes this wine:
88 points
Flott kraftig duft, rent lagd, naturlig stil. Som som regel vil man jo gjerne ha enda mer dybde / kompleksitet. Drikker fint nå
Red
5/3/2018 - andregs wrote:
83 points
ren og pen, men ingenting minneverdig over den
Red
2015 Planeta Etna Rosso Etna DOC Nerello Mascalese (view label images)
4/1/2018 - andregs wrote:
87 points
Clear, filtered from the looks.
Clean, polished, industrial pinot-ish character to start with. A rather boring start leading up to the characteristic volcanic finish.
Nice to taste the volcanic terroir on more neutral background. This is raised on wooden and steel vats, in contrast to the amfora raised Cornelissen (ive only had Contadino).
Red
12/30/2017 - andregs wrote:
86 points
Nice juice. Amfora-feeling I suspect comming from concrete storage,
Red
12/27/2017 - andregs wrote:
87 points
Great QPR. Fun combination with gamay and pinot noir. Not big but nice peppery and acidity.
Red
12/12/2017 - andregs wrote:
90 points
Makes me want to drink more syrah
Red
12/9/2017 - andregs wrote:
86 points
Starts of with quite sweet berries. Clean and seemingly well made, lacks complexity and length. First bottle i opened seemed ready time-wise, the second one started with hot grippy fruit all over, and needed time to converge into something decent.
Red
2014 Reyneke Cornerstone Stellenbosch Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
12/9/2017 - andregs wrote:
84 points
A bit to much oak character for my taste
Red
11/8/2017 - andregs wrote:
86 points
Wanted to test If i wanted to buy more for storage. Naturally it needed lots of air. Incresingly coherent, Nice tannins and structure, the fruit is blown up / hard to get a grip on, havent bought more yet
Red
9/29/2017 - andregs wrote:
89 points
In the assertive warm climate red wines I tend to enjoy.
Needs some time in the glass, still some sketchy smell to it. Spicy, more black and reclined fruityness, a good grip with a nice tongue tickling length without beeing harsh. Distinct and still enjoyable. Better in a year or so i would guess
Red
7/19/2017 - andregs Does not like this wine:
70 points
sorry to say, this didnt stand up to it´s pinot family. Maybe too young, but now it wasn´t balanced, lacked a fruit-character and wood integration, and didn´t integrate it´s alcohol percentage.
Red
2/18/2017 - andregs wrote:
88 points
Great representative of nature wine
Red
10/7/2016 - andregs wrote:
91 points
So called amfora wine. Distinct, but easy going at first. Nice firm and increasingly dry complexity with this dry soil-type of finish that I look for from Sicily. Contadino from Frank Corneliussen more lighter fruit and rich (94), Nere terre dryyyer, and less fruit drivven.
White
6/13/2016 - andregs Likes this wine:
90 points
Tired of anonymous whites. Lots of taste going on here, great value for money.
Red
4/1/2016 - andregs Likes this wine:
88 points
good amount of fruit-enjoyment for the price
Red
1/15/2016 - andregs wrote:
65 points
spicy start, not as subtle and elegant as expected from a pinot noir
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