La Vente D'Ange - Brasserie Des Vignes
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Ratings: 5 | Reviews: 4 | Display Reviews Only:
3.5/5 rDev -13.8%
the pour is a hazy light orange color and has a thin white head. The nose offers lots of peach, a bit of acetic acid, sour and nutty. The taste is a bit fruitier, very sour, rather acetic with loads of peaches. The finish is very dry and a touch grainy.
10-09-2012 18:08:10 | More by cpetrone84
3.98/5 rDev -2%
Can't remember who brought this - Jason? Vintage 2010, served in a Bell's tulip.
A - Quick-dissolving white foam settles to nothing. Hazy peach body.
S - Vinegar, oak, stone fruits, lemon, green apple, and a touch of sulfur.
T - The taste has a bit more stone fruit sweetness and tones down some of the vinegar. Not as much oak here either. This is still pretty sour and acidic.
M - Medium-low carbonation, medium-light body, super dry, with negligible alcohol presence. Moderate acidity.
D - A bit too heavy on the acetobacter for a 'gueuze' - as John Laffler said "I've made this vinegar before!". Beyond that it was fairly enjoyable and I'd certainly consider trying other offerings from this brewery.
08-28-2012 22:56:31 | More by MasterSki
4.45/5 rDev +9.6%
Big ass bottle from Simon's shop in Paris that my awesome girlfriend lugged home.
2008 vintage. 1.5 liter bottle.
Pours a nice copper color with about a finger of the slightest pink head.
Smells wonderful... very tart with a lot of cherry to fill out the nose, with a hint of oak... One of the nicest I have smelled.
Taste has a lot of cherry tartness as well.... smoothed out with a bit of oakiness. Nice carbonation that creates some nice lacing around the sides. This is really nice. Not overly tart, but tart enough. I like the sour the better generally, but this seems just right. This goes down very easy... which is good considering the size. Looking at the style, I would not call this a gueuze... this is much more like a lambic or kriek... but the brewery lists it as a French gueuze. This is so easy to drink my girlfriend and I easily put one away, and don't feel like we were trying.
04-14-2011 21:13:10 | More by crusian
4.38/5 rDev +7.9%
Reviewed @ tasting 11/5.
Med full body, crisp and slightly syrupy, spritzy carbonation.
Great notes of fruit upfront; apples, lemon, and a solid grapefruit note, with a lingering floral hop note.
Finishes with a strong sour taste a hint of alcohol and a strong earthy note.
Overall; a highly drinkable, great tasting "sour".
11-10-2010 11:58:55 | More by pixieskid
La Vente D'Ange from Brasserie Des Vignes
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