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It is customary for wineries to write complex and flowery descriptions of their wines. Often times you may find yourself asking if you can taste the same characteristics that are described by the winemaker. People however are highly susceptible to the power of suggestion and for this reason we refrain from adding any sort of flavor profiling in the descriptions of our wines. It is popular belief that a complex deconstruction of the possible flavors to be tasted will impart a touch of elegance and class. We however find these to be pretentious and leave the taster to be pressed to taste all of the flavors listed in a description.
One statement is unarguably accurate, and that is everyone's palate is unique. We rather urge our guests to describe wines according to their own pallet. Occasionally when a flavor or taste is so obvious as to be universally sensed by all tasters, then we of course acknowledge this and point this out during the tasting experience.
Our intention is to demystify wine tasting, so that everyone feels their opinions matter, because they unequivocally do. When you conclude your tasting with is, the most important thing to us is that you find a wine you personally enjoyed.