quote:Originally posted by Wine doc:
Thanks for the notes. Pegau definitely a favorite. Your description is right on - a classic iodine / band-aid nose that gives way to ripe fruit. Welcome to the Pegau bandwagon.
If you get a chance to try some older vintages or the Laurence bottling, you won't be sorry.
Iodine - love it; band-aid = brett. For the most part the brett level is acceptable, but I would love it if the winery could clean up their act. I've had some awesome Pegau's but once in a while the brett level is just unacceptable.
And I can get the awesome iodine from a good Cali rhone without having to deal with the dirty wine-making.