Clownoisseur (489) - Buchanan, Michigan, USA - JUN 17, 2017 whaleman (2178) - North Wales, Pennsylvania, USA - JUN 11, 2010
4.4 AROMA 9/10 APPEARANCE 5/5 TASTE 9/10 PALATE 4/5 OVERALL 17/20
UPDATED: JUN 21, 2010 Sampled at the "world premiere" in Philly as stated by a guy in a Flyers shirt who went by the name of Jean Van Roy. Rosy-peach color with lightly persistent carbonation and foamy white edges. Vinous, stone fruit aromas with light leather notes. Subtle spice and pepper characters emerge in the flavor. Youthful lactic qualities as well. Nicely dry, refreshing and bright. This is a very elegant lambic overall.
Bottle at Moeder, split 3 ways with the wife and Mike (bytemesis), cheers! Pour is a rose-red, small carb gives an thin pink-ish head. Aroma is of barnyard, horse blanket, pinot grape, wet oak, light hay, light berry skin. Taste is a gorgeous medley of grape skins, funky vinous notes, medium hay, medium horse blanket. Great balance of the tart and the funk...all tied together with a sticky wine note. FInishes with signature Cantillon funk, semi-tart, semidry. Fantastic! ClarkVV (6962) - Boston, Massachusetts, USA - OCT 26, 2016
2014 Pineau d’Aunis.jtclockwork (17654) - , New Jersey, USA - OCT 9, 2016
Golden-cranberry with a pink-tinged head that is large and well-retained for the style.
Aw yes, that stinks very nicely. This is like the fresh Cantillons from 10 or so years ago that I used to drink so regularly (as opposed to it being impossible to find now). Just a lovely, sulfur-rich nose with tart, bright, brett and grape acids mixing very nicely together. No real acetic character and light lactic notes, with tons and tons of rich, leathery, horseblanket-like barnyard. Not as much fruit as many of the other grape lambics I’ve had, but still enough to add complexity. No alcohol or flaw.
Similar flavor, with a highly effervescent, well-attenuated, malt/wheat-soft palate, vivacious grape notes (piquant currant, cranberry, gooseberry) with tons of brett and lactic character and a moderately-strong sourness with tons of tartness lingering behind the teeth. Superb and elegant.
Bottle -2014 Pineau d’aunis. Grana Padano share - pours rose red pink head - nose/taste of pinot grape frunk, oak, vinous notes, hay - medium body ruigo (3080) - PORTUGAL - OCT 3, 2016
On tap @ Zwanze 2016 [as Pineau d’Aunis]. Hazy dark orange with a small off-white head. Funk, tart, apricot, citrus and vinous aroma. Average carbonation and medium body. Taste is tart with fruity and bitter notes. Overall, a very good beer. dogfish120love (1364) - Westfield, Massachusetts, USA - SEP 30, 2016
Pours a murky dark grapefruit with a white lacing. The aroma is grapefruit,vinegar and citrus. Flavor is moderately tart and palate is dry
Gaultier (1905) - SWEDEN - DEC 23, 2015
Bottle @ Cantillon 15/5-15. [ As Pinot D’Aunis ]. Fruity with red grapes/cherries and brett. Dry, fruity and acidic finish. Mortlach (2532) - Rome, ITALY - DEC 20, 2015
On tap @Birre sotto l’albero, Ma che siete venuti a fà (Rome). Pours a cloudy reddish color with a decent white head. Aroma is vinous, grapes, strawberry, hay, vinegar. Flavour is medium sour with a light vinegar note, fruity, quite dry. Medium body, medium to light carbonation. Very good one! ippopotamo36 (2628) - Rome, ITALY - DEC 20, 2015
On tap at Birre Sotto l'Albero Macche pub in Rome-Italy. Pours cloudy ruby color, a bit dark. Punk irregular foamy head. Nose: strawberries, a bit acetic, vinegar hint, vinous a bit. Mouth: medium-low carbo, a bit of vinegar, peppery-mineral dry finish. Some mild feel of wild yeast.
---Rated via Beer Buddy for iPhone Minderbinder (3469) - Québec, Quebec, CANADA - DEC 13, 2015
Bottle 750ml. [As Lambic Pinaut d’Aunis, Thx Tommy]
Pours reddish/pink with low pink head. Some lacing. Aroma is of cheese, meat, fruits, tannins, grapes. Taste is of sourness, fruits, acidity, grapes. Palate: Light-medium body. Medium carbonation. Very nice balance. Overall: Very nice, crafty grapes. Outstanding. GrumpyOldTroll (61) - New Jersey, USA - DEC 11, 2015
This one is hard to review because the three versions are so completely different from one another. Almost like they’re not the same beer. In any event, the old one is musty and hose blankety. Z11 has this complexity and grapiness that’s just brilliant. And the new one is some WOW JUICE.