Donkey & Goat The Gallivanter California Red Blend 2017

Ratings on Delectable

Tom Casagrande Delectable Pro

Closest New World wine to Beaujolais I’ve ever had. Crunchy, tangy berries and granite like minerals in the nose. Dry, fruity, and light in the mouth. Nice freshness, actually some youthful and very fine/grained tannin. Pretty long finish for a quaffer. Nice!

Closest New World wine to Beaujolais I’ve ever had. Crunchy, tangy berries and granite like minerals in the nose. Dry, fruity, and light in the mouth. Nice freshness, actually some youthful and very fine/grained tannin. Pretty long finish for a quaffer. Nice!

9.0

Ryan GJ

Bright! Candied watermelon, lime pith, grapefruit acidity. Marjoram and dill. Light body, chalk and mineral finish. Drinks like a crisp dry white or a Beaujolais with a little yeastiness in the aftertaste. Really cool natural wine fun to try out.

Bright! Candied watermelon, lime pith, grapefruit acidity. Marjoram and dill. Light body, chalk and mineral finish. Drinks like a crisp dry white or a Beaujolais with a little yeastiness in the aftertaste. Really cool natural wine fun to try out.

8.8

Doug Powers

Lovely medium-bodied California red blend, fresh, low alcohol, lively and lively.

Lovely medium-bodied California red blend, fresh, low alcohol, lively and lively.

8.9

A. R.

Ok. Look. I get it. This is not a wine for everyone. But for a real wine that reflects a winemakers vision of non-interventionist winemaking, this is it. On the nose, very aromatic floral notes, bright red fruit. In the mouth, light high-toned red fruit, some strong acidity... backend of some dill pickles (in a good way). Medium-long finish. My kinda wine. Wouldn’t bring it to someone that likes oaky Cabs. Day 2 - much richer and darker, more like a 91. Really a well made wine.

Ok. Look. I get it. This is not a wine for everyone. But for a real wine that reflects a winemakers vision of non-interventionist winemaking, this is it. On the nose, very aromatic floral notes, bright red fruit. In the mouth, light high-toned red fruit, some strong acidity... backend of some dill pickles (in a good way). Medium-long finish. My kinda wine. Wouldn’t bring it to someone that likes oaky Cabs. Day 2 - much richer and darker, more like a 91. Really a well made wine.

9.0

Patrick Hu

With Friday

With Friday

9.1

N B

Natural pettiance, bright and acidic, pucker berry jam.

Natural pettiance, bright and acidic, pucker berry jam.

9.2

Micah Chiles

Fantastic and funky

Fantastic and funky

9.2

Micki Beucke

Light and smooth. Easy drinking for summer.

Light and smooth. Easy drinking for summer.

9.0

Ely Cohn

Boujey as a geographic adjective. Whole cluster and sour and rested in fresh concrete. A mystery box of grapes. I’ll guess there is Grenache and maybe some Pinot and Syrah. Unfiltered and a bed of thick sediment. Tingly high pitched perfume and then spiced cherry cola, cinnamon, and blackberry.

Boujey as a geographic adjective. Whole cluster and sour and rested in fresh concrete. A mystery box of grapes. I’ll guess there is Grenache and maybe some Pinot and Syrah. Unfiltered and a bed of thick sediment. Tingly high pitched perfume and then spiced cherry cola, cinnamon, and blackberry.

9.0

Patrick Hu

Lettin’ the hair down...

Lettin’ the hair down...

9.1

Location

  • 271 Amsterdam Ave
    New York, NY 10023

  • Hours:
    Monday-Saturday: 10AM-8PM
    Sunday: 12PM-8PM

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